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t*<yittjl^ VmACatf Couacil ajntwed a contract tortbe 
Z^iuiriiMtm dvtinb Arts «Bd Coofereoce Center which will 
Iflkh tit tolii;eo6t o( n* project $2 millioo twyand the $16 
;«aUoa ortgtlibUy estinatnt by City Manager George K 
Banbory. 

The «otft was not unaitlinous, 7-3, but the item had 
been plwed on the "consent ageMta" reserved for matters 
couidcnd; to be routliift by the City Covpcil. These i- 
. t«iBs ut vjliutlly voted with a single tnotioo. 
. CfiMMiUtMUB Heyera Oberndorf protested, saying, "My 
tndtKltaadijig was tbat the consent agenda would Include 
^■^tontiDversial Items." She asked that the contract 
aflRl hi removed trom the count afeadt along with 
alMllwr tee (tf the tliree items. ipdaded—Oie seeond read- 
fiOf o< as onUniAoi api>ropnatlog tends to operate aid to 
pay the debt service of the Pembroke, Princeis Aone and 
Aj^UtUitles. 

>;:iC«imeil approved the low bid of Basic ConaJtriKtioa Com- 
iixf for 116,063 which reflects a ^,104,900 redttrtloi 
H^ the origii^U Ud vt $1S,16S of R104,600. fh»i^ - 
^Mtoi was maid* possible with the ellmlaatlon of the 
north campy, tree wells, the snbstitiitioo of casal pm - 
. eUnC for prestressed concrete, srisstitiftlon of a suspend- 
ed acottstical cailing for sprayed celllog and Ow dittin- 
fttlM q| deeoraUv* Uchtlag. , 

Areliteets fe9$,0iiX latiUon), roads, corbs sad gutters 
{mo J0Q) and edttngendes (1500,000) will lu-lng the en- 
tire prtjeet over 1k» ^0 milUon. n^fc. 

uijBt week, F. Aeld Ervta, (orner city eowcilman and 

'i siibeoBtract hMtor, said that GoimeU ahonU rsMd.)he 

.pt4aKl to get a Mter price. 9e said the altenatMl "tm- 

JMted from the plans iMre not alternates hot vital to 

A first class hiiJt)dli«. ,H« said that the only gnarat^ne that 

tile city has of pmn 9. t^v bargain U to reUd the tpb. 

Cooadtepi J. Ciifl^ PtyM said Mmday that tbe meal 

.and room tu imposed two years ago, ^Mwifically to fi - 

;iance the oeoter, has already geomrated |2 million. He 

'Mid -i*filihf farid not be soecassfol for various reasons 

wiMk Tii<11bKiiiVi|IiIhi il tO'him. 

. . Mayor Clat^nce A. Soitand said that the boildlng will 

ij^enente a taii hast benefiting -all citizens. 

Coiaeilaull GefORge R. Ferrell said that be wasn't a >- 
ftiwit tke awterWfiMI iMt think the Ume was right. He 
vtitcd against a|i|>fiMSlg tihe Wd. 

QoMMilauui J. Rwi^ licCoy, who aim voted no) aald 
alpont tiM tew tbing. 

. ' Qpaoeltnu 1. L. Riggs said the center is notgob« to 
HM bnllt wttk tax wmj ftMl «ith tourist doUak's. McCoy 
<Ud tt would stlU cone Mt of General ObligtUoo Bonds 
ilM FeireU said, "We are paying that tax, too. The tovr- 
m$ an«pt paying it all." 

b nilKtai to tte mayor, Pnym and Riggs, others vot- 
:i^ to award the bid were CooacUm<n Floyd E. Waterfield, 
^t., JoW A. Baua and Rotx*-' ° '^-^mwell and Vice May- 
M|K Patrick L.Staadinc 



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Serving the world's largest resort city 




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51st Year, No. 43 
Virginia Beacli, Va^ 



Pubished Thursday for week ending December 8, 1977 






Two sections 
15 cents 







cntts inr Hmnliippliv 
of -rasvaaf vaeatttvUed gnwtk* la iit el^ of Hrftal* 
Beach la diMr resotntloa reeaiAy adtpied. ConstruetiOB 
woriwrs are shown here worU^ on a part of the Green 
Rn develflpmnnt, 



BySboadalQller 
SUN Staff Writer 

Tq i^ /hrunpant, uncqMrolled growth" James F. Wil- 
leabrtRfc ind thn CoancU e( CMe Organisation of Virgina 
Beadti taiinal]^ nAmitted a list of soggestions to council- 
■Mo aaditennffs. 

SI|Bte ttnr rsfidres a coraprehoisive land nsn i^an for 
SM^jst^ ty IMO, and the CCO intends to (to ite best "to 
Ihalm nire ^t the plan is more than just a htdlow dom-^. 
mltlB reiljinnw to state ripiirem^." 
,1IQM^ describes thi Tirglnto Beach Planning De- 
laiBtwit and Ptoming Commission as "dedicated, sincere 
wd teidie people," but st^ that "ttiey are probably too 
smw ttknunber to take m tte nngnitude of the task in 
Vt^i^BiKh/ 

COS froposals ask far stringent requirements on ant- 
ing npflMions and on coasts cone develqunrat. 

A MgpMkn that wrald htve a great impact on city de- 
veUifiett is to "Hmit soniaf tiuunges ttat tereasedensity. 
thcirii^ reveraiag the curroM trend of raspooding gener- 
al!^ tevfHrably to zoning ch^iges that increase density. 

"Wn don't i»nt to stop growth," says Ifillembrink, "we 
Ul^4 develop a new concept^toward growtt." 



Faecd wtth the stat«nent that if» Virgmu Beach dty 
cowicil has been called a "deyeloper's eooKil," Willen- 
brink said, "I won't argue with fliat.^ 

peach plantf^ director Robert JkcM toM the SUN that 
his department has not analystd ^ reemnmenditiMis of 
the CCO yet, but called tBedOQpaiat a "po^ve i^ tbai 
shows they are concerned anTUiat we can coant on tbdr 
parti^tkn." 

"We will ha^ra to address the ^nestton o( soning dnnges, 
said Scott, but {Mresently, "it is t^ early to ten" wheUier 
the CCO's re<»mmradatians are feasible. 

WillfnbrUk stresMd ttat the re«mnm«idatioa have bem 
chedced ttomnghly sod fliey are '^idieable, practleal, and 
economically and legl% feasflde."i The plans are currart- 
ly being emplafyed in ottnr manicMUties, he saM. 

-We believe ttat w« have a f|«er on the pulse (tftte 
people of Virginia Bench," he said.? 

U growth is not careMly contitUed there is a "^vmt- 
o* eiaace <rf dimiidshii« the qi^ty of life" in VUl^dte 
Bei^. 

Cwmtly, SoiM said ttat ttecity is working hard on 
the conirttensive plan and expocts to have a first draft 
available im> public review and co^moit by spring, 
eontttned on A-3 



pleated with 
SUN (Kit 



The gr e en b o ws ehei^rhwl 
to go. Bub VlUenave of 
Ches^wnke got a now §» 
ba^Hr t» AM) ti»m nd 
nvatod to «Mt the ktm n an e 



TItt first tUig he thM«M 
of «u the SUN cl 
•ads. 



^ first eaU ntent thi 
btater'was the rt0i me. 
The man caaM to pick it 
ifr the ftanw day. The 
greenhou n e plants are happy 
Witt their new gas heater. 

Far qnick el^sfftod re- 
sults, call S47-4m. 



reasure hunt Uimo¥ers 




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usive we 



TrMmre hMttf is Martha Hwry's 
hobby. Her lev^lsr mpiM iiMtee&tg 
last vmK tvned «irt tn ton ^ of 
h^^fMla «r a Wr^i»BaB«ireoi^. 

On a mmf Sunday afternoon, with tte 
loivns tnndiff into their &U glory 
and the bt«M» brisk and IMgorating, 
Mrs. Henrf'c pbon* rang. 

"I've lent my wedding ring in tte 
sand," mme an excited voice. **! know 
it's SoMlay. bnt I'm afraid that if I let 
it go over af|bt I won't be able to find 
it. I've only been married lor a montt." 

a tfw toy. ^ 

Fortunately, Mrs. Henry had relatives 
vl^ting fkvaa Minsoori and woted to 
show ttem tround, A ltt n n i b btr son's 
shop, HAS Metal Detector Center 
doeaa't vsnally i*w>t equipment on Sun- 
day, Mrs. Henry immedtatriyrespaaded 
to t treanara bnat. 

Sbe arrlvnd at the young couple's 
House, unlotdad three metal dntectM-s, 
and got her visitors right ii^ tte 
search (or th* tiMsure. 




ring 



Beeping nweWnes bam m m> ^ 
after pop i|p. and ev«y Aft ft m^al 
(^DcelVMUe in a an^ ipot in ^a- 
shore State !^k where t« ,Mi« bM 
bemlost. 

"If tt's aronad b|rt, we'U flnd tt," 
predicted Urs. H^ co^leHtly, and 
^teetetf nmv^ skill of t^ro and flie 
^ of « dOd ^ a nt« t^ 

About JO ain^ li^^toM», 
smUM. Md te«hter fkPMd at tte «- 
covwtng oC the treasure. 

True to her natwe as A tr«a«u« 
hunter, Mm. Haary reMMd tOips of 
money, and simidy smiled at JH Atrt 
that, "we found out trMn^ ttis ^m." 

Mer treasure huitf^^MiriMdw 
b^p^ dbbbUng wit^ ^ae of mr ww's 
e<mpBcat. Over tte |^ tew ^ItTs, 
•uks odtected cpite an taterMHw 
«.>»ui-tmen( of artlfri^ and pstlkm 
on dispUy.il ber step. Iferto-MMtf^ 
inclade ea|ni, aooilplhir and WnM 

^dbf vtlunble, butMM.lMaybncttade 
then pieces of art. m^^k^t^tn 
open to the public MiriMiMi^bav- 
iog visltim share Mr ttib wttt her. 

Mrs. HMry*s wumm of tresMi^ 
finds are i« tte Av at UN Thn- 
onghtooilWiM, VlnMrBeadw )uM m 
Pii^sure HoitM Roa^. 




Council odds ^Cf 



The Vin^inta Beach City 
a)ancU has added its voice 
to that of tte Hampton 
agitation Di^rtet Commis- 
sion to "enemirage" Con- 
gress to aiiprove the Atlan- 
tic Tr^tment Plant. 

, A resoWien approved by 
dounctl en c o u r a ges Viiftaia 
Coi^essmen to opedttethe 
ad(^ion of the amodment 
which has ben oiter ccm- 
sidemtton lor two years. 
Once tte project te tp- 



proved it still ims to be 
funded. 

Ctty Manager George L. 
HaMMry said that the St^ 
Wrtn' Coi^rol Board wMA 
onee listed the project H 
on 9m priority list, ku a- 
bandjoned listing by prtei- 
ties. 

Counefbann J. RMry Me- 
Coy Jr. said last wedc ttrt 
thne yMrs ago the pro- 
ject ms listed as 77. **NMi 
we doat knew wlieTO m 
stand." 



B^och %%mk% weter loon 



The Ct^ (tf Vtrgtata Beach 
is iffoceeMig wWi an ^»- 
ali(»tion lor a ^ miUion 
loan under tte Federal I- 
mergea^ I^wi^ ftsiiti 
Aet of im to reimburse the 
etfy Iw mtor tsain uid 
water paaplag ^Mms con- 
rirucied <^«« tte droai^ 



ijcf^rt to tpfiA 



Arttaff C. Mavtti, rrttr- 
ed protassor of otanao • 
grai^ at OM OnaMMa V- 
Btvert^, wlU gtoe a re- 



Tin ctty has also reeeiv- 
e« mH^m of the H mll- 
Msa ^y* fren tba Seon- 
onito BeuriopOMit AMMs- 

hoate wttArve 



Ctty OiiKil Afpfwed tt» 




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WILLIAM nCKMAN, Gmm Cfldtr LiM: 
"Tlw rotds ir* cflflUit op (btttor). I doa't sm tajrWoK 
wre^ (vitb Um pluBlai.) Tte peoftle contpUialai (iHM 
GriMn Rm gfinrwrnrnt wbiidiMd hooalif) an Just gfiMt 



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lUBTTFECK. , 

-Ho, tteyTt Mt 4ata( ■ is«l J*. W«^ |r«*i| !»• iMt, 

Mn's wliiiiit irlwiili aa^ ■• vitMr. I jMt Mdc Itayre 



VAHDA SILER, Ttjo Aveni*: 

niey're tttckii« sbopyiiv CMrttrs vhtrt ^re coaM ba 
^lools or tomes. Ttoy coold do a totter Job as Iw^ as 
flkat's coocarwd," 



Beach 





at planning 




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*Corid da a tot l^attor Job oa «Nila|. nera'a all W 
.o| «lz|Bg||. rf, iraa^dtol»;.l^Tiii| and Stopping centejjs. 




:-Mf#«e:fcls ctcic^ ar^sria- ■ • . iiwams^ TKv-f 



BjrIOANCOATES 
gun Ne»s Editor 

VlifiBU Beadi resbMiits vera miMd oa tMr opin^BS 
of tte job tte WUttBi^ Caamii^Bm i» detat iaplaaiitaR 
"^ tb^etty. 



drtBloM 00 tte oTciill Job of tta Plaai^ (^imiS' 
■too ts«ed tnm "terrible" or 'eovU do a briter Job". 

A kifc ujoritr of te reaidaito mnr i^ by tte &b 
felt tte b^fest prabda witb ^ty jAaariaf la latbeana 
of sebools. Om voiaao eemiMKed, *tt«re «nld to 
sehools or bMies' vboe ttere is now a Atfftaf em^r. 
Aao^r «»ui felt Oftt Viq^ Beadi & 'growtng too 
last, wt (KN^ si^ools, and DO water." 

StoppiK c«atorsiQtMieliia^fftofc^ci«a> Sm9 
felt there «Rt teo naif saiall ateiittg eialus ^Doe 
Bum fell tM Itett to too oradi ttter wili nHwi tf n^Sm- 
tial areas aad dtoi^V ttias. 

NUto traa^ertatiM aad toeic of aciMvy rare also 
aroM to BMd of daiie, ce«irdtaK to MaA r^dnto. 

Ow aMa. vte vlated to rMUto aaawMwa, said, "TWe 
n^Ktm CoQBtostioB «edd do a and totto' tobi if 
tte p^Ue ti larfe imdd toave toea atoe and M toen 
4b ttMbr Job. €»fie l«M«e trwm a^rtog fro« oreniii^ 
M ^paae soaMftoiai vttmrt tefidaf aqr teowtodi^ of city 





WnwmUflLT.LaarrtCefa: TB^M LAW^IAHTW, Boyal fatoi Arebi 

^^TtMrsMrXMA^^^ter* Too aMff Uttte oaes "We aeed sope iaq»rMfneat to toe toat ratf* jOaaafin. 



ilH 



Ouorfe##is boothing risky business 



fditwial 



Ifs wter« yw -pay-as-you-go." Its wbere the fto# ^ 
afi^fi stops. .. It's vtere you dig dowa for garter qwrtor. 
ftJert^-a-iQt.af action goiag on arouad ^totlboott 
« ^KeMa aoMA'HOrlidfc Eqiressvay. 
ni«iM. stow dd«a wbea tliey come to pay tt^" 
heir aaarter to at square aim, tte gad 
m w«i green and off Itey go. Ttet's ^ K«wal iay 
'3 pay tte^BB^ 
But tte average Tidewater driver is aot too mnul 
day#. So it's a lessea to cmtivity to wa^ tte way 
rt gk «d. rf "p»^ag-»»-^y-p> " 




IM«. Anotter option is to stop, wait, and ttea take off . 

A less d^iveroes opttoa of not paying to to appeal to tte 
toU keeper. By using degrees of crying, aobMag or Just 
looidi« depresaed, ttose kiad-bearted keepers of tte qvar- 
^ters eaa usaaUy te reaebed. One driver who has atiUxed 
ttto metbod to tte past, said be was given an enveiope ami 
told to pay aa dtfra quarter tte aeit trip ttroogb . Alas, 
anotter qaartar saved. 

Tte award for originality goes to two men on motorcy- 
cles who weot oomirietdy around tte toll gates. Figuring 
^ to ^Hce tte fiNM^at^ms tte tostwl^n, 
tbM« [^ mn inut0WAtiiFWom% by ^^ toeq^rs 
sad Med. Ti^^flve <(UMM i^tt tH qwrtors im Ite 
nmdt of tteir iageaalty. 



A city for all seasons 



^^Ue city e^Kil tedcs away ^ tte mJ^^^Ui«art 
em» trym to fH tte aw^wm ^m a tot tarn awe- 
Vlnteto Baw* to imtttog to tort* into jwtority. 



v^o^t. i 

Witt a ttwtaw tbiA mAB l,(m aMi»a m^^M^wt^ 
ttU ^ato l,M tff a cMiferaue, Vir^a Beadt to ^d- 
tog into M^r tine. | 




tottii <eole/ 



polar mettod of avrtltog 

e t«y abend of you. tVs 

tnr bat wten doae effect - 

:ver maaft to 

lemto 
could te up to $n.M. 
And flasbtog red Uf^. 

If Uto U^ ^aeblBe ito^ not get it's (yiartor, tte entire vi- 

eft^toaoMM. 

v^Mt^m^m- - - -- m^' 

!^ mtr I'l a ^MurM- ^MTf Mm fM tam«i^Bd. Ite 
1^ if Vtr^te iMiHtW #MrfV to aft«mm tf quarts 

' "" I, MTiMMMreln 



Dariag raak boar, co 
qMrter paying to to | 
metbod of stertog a ric 
ively is tte test poss 
saoott and quick as wtil »» 

Ttere are risks in quarts 
tomrd to tte police. If lined 

Aaotter hacard to tte ware. 



ItoMs ad iBMlaijnntB «• Am ^irlst towa tok^cs, 
^$i mu iiiiiliiiiTninlfi atairt fliteriig to Itw wmt*mmi 
l^gUa^^cb wiU b^mc mm 



PnlM CMtt^ tor ito a^^to 
and ti^Ftog to ^ dmrn to Vm mxi 



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MM^WMW^ 




Locals 9\mtyn discover ways te flU wm»^9» Wat 
toi ned of, tat tte "mmmmiimm mm 

to „, „^ y.-r-- ^ u thoae of ^ w ^r^tttttf atibw. 

Wtet Sc^ did for Norfolk, tte Arts aM ^flM«^ee 
^ do to- ViriWa Bwdu iWrt to te «f , ttet 
%aot alW ^twe can b«|to toit^Op «»• 







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ist',icii awi, wuv. 30, Ibii - A-3 



Arts center. 



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coatluMd trom pi(« mm 

At an iBfomial meeting 
tbe areUteetural firm of Odi 
ected becaute of its reputnl 
clou to the bids. He said tl 
three percent of tbe estimates ci. 
tribute tbe ditterence tbis time ooly 
flationary spinl. Hanbury said that 
rebid the bids would be greater. 

MeC^ r^Mrited ttat if in less Mm a jrearttie^}^ 
tevc pm wp |2 iBttUoB, "wblt vUl bq^pen ta two years?" 



II tne project were 



■..oUaad saM that "mayb^ *•" 
should bave." but that .0<l« 

mtited mFyn^tom % vhnie ineeti(irMi« 



agure too elose 
fine tnek re - 



Payne said it's time to decide whether its lata* Best 
Interest of Virginia Beach. "We wUl look back liU say 
it is one of tbe best things that happened to Virginia 
Beach, 




Fkxx Ran, Arts and Conference Center 




Dear Mr. Mayor Hcdland, Members of City Council, 
Menrt>ers of namdng Cmnmission, Mf; Hatdwry, Mr. 
Webbon. and Mr. Scott- 

' WlUdn ttie past year, tl» si^Ject oC ^dd pqwlation 
j^vwQi in Virginia Betdi, and the problems associated 
Owrewtth, bsTS been ^scnssed at manjr of mir pid)lic 
jgMtlap of the CouBcii of Civic OrvualsatioDS (CCO). 
lliesfli^iinmerotts discuniimis hav6 eyid«>ced considerable 
i|ter«i^ and concern among tbe resid^ts of Virginia 
Beadi relative to tbtt fbtnre growth rate and devdop - 
iient pnttem of our City. 

ii Req^oBsive to motions passed bf oar gmeral member- 
ship and subeeqnent to committee deliberations and cnn- 
jind<9tions with all of oar "57" member organisaticHis, 
Jm CCO has developed reeanmendatlons for ftitare man- 
agement of popolation grow^ in tlrginU Beadi! Ttrase 
reeemsneaHMan^ -m'-we vnu w i I'esunniuB; ynPrm - 
dopted by onanimoas vote of our general membership <m 
Novnnbn'J, I»77, 

Said resoloftton is entitled "Recommended Growth Man- 
agement Ptdlcy for Virginia Beach" and is fbrwarded here- 
with. Kadwlng that yon lilcewise are profoundly concern- 
ed abont our City's rqdd growtt, flte C(X) truste that yon 
will give car^Qll consideration to these recommaidations, 
ud we strongly urge Oat yon act to implement such a 
growtti maaagemo^ poli^ in the near ftatnre. 
RECOMMENDED GROWTH MANAGEMliMT POUCT FOR 
^RGDIUBEACH 



Be it resolved that the Council of Civic Organisations 

•ot Virginia Beach, recdgnlsing tte eiistiiig and potential 

prtMoBS resulting firom continued raphl tM largely vo- 

coBtnlled papulation growth in mir Cite erewitfa recom- 

^ mends that Virgbite Beai^ adopt a meaningful and defln- 

>tiilve popnlatioD growth maiiagemert pdicy. Such growth 

>manatemeol pcdiey should inebidc, bat not necessarily be 

:;U8iited to, the followii^ general methods and measures: 

*•- . - ■ 

<(1} EstaUidi A Compr^Mipive Land Use Plan For Order- 

• ly And Managed Growth. 

~ Devdop a CfNnprehenstare Land Use Plan which will «i- 
>sare ut orderly, reasoodde, and manageable rate and pet- 
l^gxr of growfli «ch as to prrteet the gsoml welfare of 
<^ mi^wity of our resldrate and to maintain tiie qual- 
vMea (f life wUch have, in the past, made Virginia Beach 
*tipt lU&actlve place to live. Such land use idan, while 
*X&ctQdteg provisicns tor reasoiiiMe eomi||«%ial, iadustri- 
'Htf, *od residertial grovtt, idw^ th(»«ai^y con^der the 
t'hihnid "piqndcal oon^vMs^ to exc«»ive popidation 
^iljerowth which particularljr i^y in Villain B^ch— specif- 

* Tcally our City's "sborbi^e of f^resh initer resourt^s, in- 
„a^Bqnte storm drainage cimraeteristies, mter poUutioo 

..JoA qpnl^ centred pn^ms,coBtinning Mdimentetion of 
„*10km MHl waterways, liiiited bMC^ awf pari^ recreation- 
al fkdlities and access, pete^i^ flood and storm hasards^ 
sad tee dimlnlrtiing amount (d qm sp^es, ^ricultnral 
and &v«rt loMto." . 

(2) LIMIT ZONDIG CHANGES THAT INCREASE DElfSmr. 
Adcqit a p(diey in the soning Mdsion-maicing process that 
changes in sanieg wUeh would "increase" the poiwlatian 
density use of lands wiU generally "not l>e ^iproved" w- 
1ms, after iMofoaid crt^^l aaal^is, sw^ lo^ changes 
are 'dearly* determtoed to he ta aecni! witt ttM overall 
weUare of tbe City ud the nn^ority of ite resldwite. Ap- 
idicaids who reqMst utfng ^tawm w^h wodd toowse 



Beach sef 



density should generally be required to prove condnsively 
ttiat the existing (lower-density) zoning Is impnqier or 
inappropriate to tee overall land use palan. 
inappropriate to tbe overall land use plan. 



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(3) ENSURE DEVELOPMENT TIME>PHASED TO FACIU- 
TIES. Ensure that the future growth pattern in gmeral 
and development activities in parttcuar be restrained to 
rate and eztoit such that they remain consonant wlte tee 
availabiUty of existing pubUc tecUittes or those fSciliUes 
or those facilities definitely plamied and fUumeed (i.e. 
tie developmoit direcUy to tee aP). P«b^ facilities 
to vdiii^ develoiunent should be ttme-ptmy include: 
water supply sewer^ie diqwsal, roads, smOls, storm 
drainage, fire and police lotrtectian, et al. 

ffl IMP OSE DEVELOPMENT MORATORU AS REQUIRED. 
Bnevre 'moratetii ot oOier Interim oootrols against devel- 
opment, ooostmctioo, or tecilittes hook-qts when condi- 
tions dearly indicate teeir use as temporary measures 
to supplemMt other growte management ni^iods. In 
particuiar, buiidiiDf permit montoHa or ceilings should 
be readily imposed whenever a shortage of fadlitiw or 

(5) ADOPT STRINGENT AND DEFINITIVE COASTAL 
ZONE DEVELOPMENT RESTRICTK»«. Establish astrin- 
gent, forceful, and deflnittve poUcy for coastal manage- 
ment and beach devdoinnent control, to con|uncti<» wlte 
the St«te Coastal Resources Management Program, wldeh 
wUI i^nire maximum preservation of the idiysicalfeatar«B, 
recreational qaaUties, and aesteetic vahie of our City's 
beaches, lakes, and waterways such as to help mato tai n 
the attractiveness and avail^dUty of tlmse nataral assets 
to both tourists and residente alike. I 

96) EMPLOY LIMITED SELECTIVE PURCHASEORTlAl*- 
SFER OF DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS, DEVEIX)PMENTALi 
Ei^MENTS, AND/Gfi PREFERENTIAL TAXES. In order 
to preserve («■ protect select open spaces, agricttlteral 
lands, beach areas, forest lands, and historical locales, 
limited and selective purchase or transfer of development 
ri^te/easemente should be arranged and/or preferoitial 
tax treatment granted. Care should be exercised, however, 
in tee purchase or transfer of <tevelopment righto, acquisi- 
tion of easemente, and the gruttng of tax preferences— 
as well as to all growte muagement methods— to ensure 
that application Ot such measures . remains reasonably 
equitable, consistent, legal and economically feasible. 

The .six methods or measures re<»mmended heretofore 
in this resoli^ott are proposed as misans to siq>piement 
Uws and nittcies which alrea^ exist to Virginia Beach, 
aidi currently existUg cootrote as tee Comj^ehaisive Zon- 
ing Ordinance, subdivision ordinance, buUding codes, site, 
the separate, albeit sometimes related, issues of 
resonrces is determtoed to be critical (such as a crtt- 
Ical shortage of iresh water supply). 



AFTERTHOUGHT: 
Teacher: "Uto can give 
me a definitiaa of the word 
bodgot?" 

"A budget to a 
family qnairel." 




Ofy growth.,. 



^ "We want to make sure it's a food j^," said S^. 
"We wfil bend over backwards to teeorponte dtiton te- 
put. We plan td itefc out various grMps to i^ their o- 
pinioas. ' 

Virginia Beach presently has a g«Mral devekq^nt 
plan wMcb was completed te ivtt, and t^ stete eait m«st 
be reviewed every f^ years. 

•The dty las aboot »,00O more people now," said Scott, 
so the new pi#n must be very dtfTemf. 

Questioned about flie piwrtons contact wlte tee CCO, Scott 
said, 'we have woted wlte the groq> betore and fomal 
titeir teprt helpfd.* 

The XXO Mimiitted tee plan as a resdlt at many months 
of eone«n and ^soiMton ov«> the realixi^on ot growtti 
problems, teclnding w^, sewer, tntOc and pidilic ser- 
vices. ' 1 

""nie eeuneil and the plaanteg department are not suf- 
fldenlly intending to ttw problem," said Will«d)rtnk .. 
'They have too mmqr day-to-day tasks to have sufficient 
time to develop a good master plan." 



City bonds on solo 



Princess Aof^ 
Farmor's S^vlco 

(the old-fashioned country store) 

" Since 1948 " 



Virgtela Beach CttyCoup- 
cU has authorised tee side 
of 115,900,000 te gneral o- 
bligation bonds (Charter 
bond tesae for 1977) on 
Dec. 8. 

Projecte to be financed 
by tbe bonds are: 



Mr. and Mrs. David Pil- 
kington, smi; 

Mr. and Mn. Jade En- 
gene Goodi, dangMer; 

Mr. and Mn. Dana Alan 
Weber, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hen- 
ry MttcheU, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ste- 
ven King, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick WU- 
Uam Brunese, son; . 

Dr. and Mrs. Ignado Eu- 
fredoRipoU, twte sons; 

Mr. and Mte. Jesse Frank- 
Un Smith, son, 

Mr. and Mn. Vtecent R. 
Harrte, son; 

Mr. and Mra. James Mi- 
chael Simmer, scm; 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
Mandolph McDowell, son; 

Mr. and Mra. Willie J. 
Felton, Sr., son; 

Mr. and Mra. Roludo To- 
ledo Nave, dai«hter; 

Mr. and lira. Darid Roy 
Patteraon, son; 

Mr. and Mra. Charles Ed- 
ward Folsom, daughter; 

Mr. and Mra. Jdm Jo - 
sepb Woronedd, son; 

Mr. and Mra. Richard Lar- 
ry Lewis, daui^er. 

Mr. and Mra. Douglas D. 
Mdntyre, aoa; 

Mr. and Mra. James Mi- 
chael Daly n, daughter; 

Mr. and Mra. Lenwood 
Fanlcon, son; 

Mr. and Mra. David 
Phillip Gregory, sm; 

Mr. and Mra. Steven 
Brent Hdm, daughter; 

Mr. and Mra. Vinson 
David Sullivan, son; 

Mr. and Mra. Gary 
Alton Semsch, son; 

Mr. and Mra. Berlyn 
Grant West Jr., son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald 
Frauds Jacks(ni, daugh- 
ter; 

Mr. and Mrs. William 
Albert Bris Bds, s(m; 

Mr. and Mra. OrviUe 
Dean Walker, daughter; 

Mr. ' and Mra. Thomas 
Lee Weikel Jr., son; 

Mr. and Mra. Lawrence 
Kennete Armstrong, son; 

Mr. and Mra. Richard 
Arthur Bnssfield, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. John C. 
Garrison, daughtn-; 

Mr. and Mra. George 
Michad S^tmill, son; 

Mr. and Mra. Leonard 
A. Rixzuto, daughter; 

Mr. and Mra. Helmut 
JoseiA Herder, dat^hter; 

Mr. and Mn. David 
miliam Per Due, daughter; 

Mr. and Mra. K^nete 
A. Bernard, dantfrter. 




Schools, f7,672,000; 
streete and Mghways, 
11,523,156; surfkce drain- 
age system^ |712,888; Ly- 
mduvm Rtv«' dredging, 
1457,000; municipal build- 
ings, |S,2S},566, and parks 
ud recreation, $2,251,390. 



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Cddbf Shavings — 
as lbs. - »6» 





48MSS0 
Ne ar Mmiary Cirde 
MSI Virgiate Beach Blvd. 
Horttdk, Va. 28502 . 



Sun births j 



"WhUe Hw earth remaineth, 
seodttee and harvest, 
nd odd and heat, awl 
smnmer and winter, and 
day and right 
shaU not cease." 

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If Wteter comes, can 
ftrlig be Ihr behind? 

— -Percy Byssbe SheUey 

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FUte sees promise te the whito world of Wteter 

St" ^^2^' *!" wlthslanang rays of light Reveals a world arrayed te gUstening 
Sfz,' J?^^V^ *^ "^ snow-dad peaks beyond Are mirrored te an tee- 
2fr^\2 ^ 5^* *^J*,"^/ *s tee year grown old. The earth devoid of life, so 
t^Ji SLL ^^^ ;??1" ~^ »•«»• to grow Ami tatere hopes Ue 
5£!^. "* '!^\.^u^^^ of fUtt see beauty te ttte scene: Tbrooah Ch^«ev 
?Ufe ttarftaJS Sriiir" ' ** that God WiU always brteg: The new rebirth 



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Haynes Furniture Company Rosewood Memorial Park 



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9824 Va. Beadi Blvd. 
Fundhira-Bedding-Carpetiag 

Bayslde Motors 

4747 Shore Or. 484-4563 

Chartes C. Hale. Sr. t Staff, 



Ksmpsvllls Pharmacy 

5266 Princess Ave Rd. 497-3516 
Robert W. Clyburn-Lynn Leavltt 

Llndsey Bros. Inc. 

HumUng-Heatlng-Fnel OU Dd. 
865 Newtown Rd. 497-4633 



631 Witdi Dnck Rd. 497-8925 

C. C. Klrlqiatridc 

iiFtirnlfuiraa 

1712LaddnRd. 428-5951 
L. H. Barns A Staff 

Price's Incorporated 

4580 Pembroke Mall 622-3706 
Brand Name ^liaaces-TV-Stereo 

Home Federal Savings 
A Loan Assoc. 

16S5LaskteRd. 426-0327 
Clwrch Accounte Welcome 

Smith Sales & Service 



Charlie's Seafood Restaurant 



3139ShoraDr. 491-9863 
Mary E. RekpeU A Employees 

Kellam and Eaton Inc. 
BIdg. Supplies 

Princess Anne Statton 427-3200 
Frank A David Xellam 

Andy's Plumbing & Heating 

1003 Canal Dr. 485-5000 

State-Registered-New A Old Work 

Kellam-Eaton Insurance Co. 

3111 Padflc Ave. 428-9161 

Furniture Showrooms 

811 E. Uttte Crei^ Rd. 
2981 S. Military Highway 
Sanify Bdte A Em^oyees 

Cfiesapeake Savings & Loan 

Fntk N. Wood and Assoetates 

Engineering Media Inc. 

608 R. Uboiy Street 
Charlie Hadnvmrte A Staff 

Brentwood Restaurant 
& Lounge 

UU Geo. Wanhlagton Highway 
Chi^teeke,n. ^-0611 
Tsm A Ltedi ftipier A Co. 

Overton's Market 

1419 Foln«exlH> St. i45-M96 
The OMrtons A En^la^es 



460 Batttefleld Blvd. N. 
Elwood Smite A Employees 
547-2929 



MHI-End Carpet Shop 

4740 Vs. Beadi Blvd. 497-4854 
Tajior B. Can- A Employees 

Preston's Pharmacy 

1401 Pdndexter a. 545-7337 
James L. Ifanhall and Employees 

Todd Electric Company 

Henry A Mosm Todd A Staff 

Higglns Realty, Inc. 

6620 Indiu River Rd. 420-3120 
Cedl M. Harrison A Assoetates 

J. D. Miles & Sons, Inc. 

J. D. Miles, Jr. and Assoetates 

Townsend Fuel, Inc. 

James Van Dyke and Emidoyeee 

Southern States 
Chesapeake Assn., Inc. 

1764 S. MiUtary Highway 

L. Bdmont WiUiams A Personnel 

4H)-1841 ^ 



Plasser American 
Corporation 

Maaagemeirt and Personnel 



TNs feature is made possibie tlvough the 
cooperation of our miristers. It is paid for 
by these area frms wJw bBSeve W chur- 
ches ani% \^ri part of mir ownrrH*^ w. 



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Sec^ oob ft Beef Reatamiaat 

AT LYNNHAVEN INUt VIRGINIA lEACH, ^^WfcA 

»d {rM, jMttff fib itf k«4 Mek Jriey 
stwrits, fMrlM Mam- itf ( imettw eedt- 
talls. SpMttl t^dlir »Htw Mi efclMrM't 



Great eating at these 
fine restaurants 



CLAMS 
KING OUB 
QTSTiSRS 



It is no wonder itatiuM 
love pasta! It's delKiotu, 
hearty, easy t© prepafe» and 
so very vosatile. Two main 
types of pasta are found 
in Italy today. Pasta 
BoI^neK, produced in tte 
north, is generally flat «>d 
ribbon shaped. Prepared and 
cooked fresh at home, it a 
usually made with egf{s. In 
the south of Italy ttie pasta 
resembles closely what we 
have in the United States. 
Pasta Napolitaru is tubular, 
made withiMit eggs and is 
purchased in a dried form. 

One of the most popular 
forns of pasta bolognese is 
fettuciAe. Its classic prepara- 
don with batter, cream and 
Farmesan cheese is called 
Fettacine Alfredo. Creafe a 
sensational budget variation 
of this famous dish by add- 
ing chopped cooked ham, 
black <4ive8 and seasonings. 
Simple, yes, but what a 
flavor! Modernize too, by 
substituting qiread for but- 
ter. Sue Bonnet Lig^t, 
l^ty Spread adds a rich 
buttery taste that will make 
Fettucine di Parma one of 
your family's favorites. 



FETTUCINE DI PARMA 
1 box (Mnncc) awdinm 



1/3 enp iMBvy 



C^IBS 

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ALL YOU CAN iAT ^aALS 
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StMiMd SligtoiplM;ci/or 
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1/2 i^^diMd iM»«d t^ « 
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Cook nooAea aoeiKiSiw 
to paekife dincttons. 

MeaawkSe, bMt tofefttr 
cream and t§g yott. Stbln 
Btoe BomMt Li|^ 7ia^ 
SprMd. Dnbi 
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good crisp AMI it a 
mast wiUi pasta. Add sUeed 
cooked eggs for extra tuA^ 
nutrition and eye aspeaL 
End your meal tte ^ian 
way—with a sel«etf(m o^ 
fresh fruit. 



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With toiMtiful supiriies of an kinds of iM««bl^tf«, .tt 
seems a ifiood time to "cook-up" some nfsMbdt < ^pM« 
dishes. Here's one called CaptmMt ihfA Mi|^iirtad Ib Itai^. 
First coimn to the French raMoitflto, it oms e^^att md 
zucchini m ttie main ingredknte. HM with ^^hcM, m 
cold as an appetizer or saii^, ttie sli^tly swe«t>«Ottr twte 
is terri^. "^e secret in diis particular tcdpe k odig a 
packaged s^^hettt dinner whi^ hM all of Ae b«#e 
ingredients in one box; spa^ctti, a rich spa^tti Mwee 
which ad<ta extra flavor, plus ^Ued cheese. Not <»^ b 
this sauce delicious on spaghetti as a main dirii, it's a 
real honey saver t«». 

LA CAPCW^TA 



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m«dtan medhU, sliced 
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and zncAM, a few piacas at a tin* ia 

are cooked and plaM ia a 

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# Spaghetti 

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4SMskebob umam 
¥ Sandwiches to 
f Salad, Greek nkoom 

^ ihaHimad9 French Fries 

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D/ne /n rimtlc Msuro and cmidMlght 

apnoHOmro that Will put yiki In luat 
the rlf^t mood for a groat atoning 

• STEAKS •PRIME RIBS • 
• SEAFOOD • 

4 Dining Rt^nmS Cocktail Lounge 

EMTEBTAWIIEirr 4 SUPERB SERVICE 
SPECIAL HEIfU FOR Jn.iOR GLfcSTS 

Prime & Wine $595 

SuiHiay 1^ Monday ^ 

4m P.M. to U:00 A.II. SAILT 
Swdaya Hooa VollI 11:00 A.H. 
,^RoHlttiptoi»vd. 

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(la tta.Aw« DrlTaaUrlM) 

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Balo« Om taoiiaaBacd Bow* 

•f i typ«s Of PartcaK«8 •Pa^\m 
a i«v«ra9«8 aSalt of \he Sm Flkrt 
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Sun. - ^agMtl SH/^ibaUs - f »« 

Wad, - $Mk S Potatoes - 4«» 

Football 0/1 S'screan Sat S Sun. 
^Raducail dovorsfire pr/c0S - Foo^ Long 
Hot Dog 7Scaacn-2for*1^^ 



Our Ntw 0wn«r8Np Hasnii CftMinged 
^ Our Traditional Good Tatta 



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Faaturing tha Bast Sta'aksln Town 

Complata Saafood Manu 

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CHUCK and JOHN 
MAMOUDIS iOTltes you 
to rMttseovM- t 
TldowattM* laadaurk in 
gtqiMrb lUning' iH^ mike 
year first visit a 
must, 

FEATURING TKE BEST 
STEAKS or TOWN 

COMPLETE SEAFOOD 

MENU 

LIVE MAINE LOBSTER 

CALL SO(m FOR 
RESERVATIONS 

460-2113 



To»'U flad tbe obt- 
stuMHof eai»ia» and 
sfrvliet good. 

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EVERY TUBSDAt Mtear 
' ALL TOU CAN EAT |S.tS 

f oasfaclp ^ Enchiladas 
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9-Sacond Alarm 
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5-Abardaan Barn 
6-Hay Hay 

7. Shora Drlva bin 

8-Qui lb Qaorga 

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The 
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by Attest RCdbtflil 





)«i Of Wines 

Do ycoUMiiow &ie differ- 
ence bevtmn a varietal and 
9ta0c wine? You should 
1 you buy irine. 
■ietal winM are named 
die grape from which 
are produced. Some of 
! are Cabtmet Sau?ignon, 
— ht Chardonnay and 
i^Qaifay. Federal law requires 
that most of ihe wine in the 
bot|e must be Made from the 
graiie named on the labd. It 
muA also fiaVe die arcmia and 
tasta aaaociated with the 
graie from which it is 
produced. 

G#nari6 wihes are named 
aftet the historic wine pro- 
duclnf districts of Europe, 
l^ii has been a custom for 
liteHilly hundreds of years. 
Seijii-f«heric names like 
RhWe Wine, for instance, 



caoHi into use beause tM 
gnpos were grown in tb* 
Rbliie River valtoy, Boi^ndy, 
Sauterhe and Bordeaux aie 
other examples. Thte cmiom 
ateo applies to food, l.e., SwfiN. 
cheese, French bread. 

Some winea are marketed 
without any type of ttnae- 
For instance, "white iUniMV 
wine." Thete an catted daaa 
names. They are best remem* 
bered by their brand name 
In connection with their cteaa 
name. 

Many wineries have sfenMif 
feelings about the distinctive 
nature of their grapes. Ttwy 
give them proprietary 
names— such as Vino 
Fiailima— which no othtf 
winery can use. Moat oftim 
theae names denote locailtti 
of the winery. You will see 
jnany of tiiese at your retail 
outlet. 

At B. &ibari A SorM, we 
produce bodi generic and 
varietals. We hope youH try 
some soon and while yout« 
at your store, take a few 
minutes to find examples of 
class and proprietary wines. 
This is the best way to learn 
the difference. 

If you'd like more infor- 
mation on wine, please write 
me at B. Cribari & Sons. 
6th Floor, 500 Sansome 
Street, San Francisco, Cali- 
fornia 94111. 



Grapcvincj 

byAIbat&Crfbarii 




^* RiplacingThe "Usual" 

Did you know that a drink- 
ing 'revolution is taking place 
in our country today? Mil- 
lions of Americans are switch- 
ing from th«r "usual" to 
white vrine, chilled or "on the 
rocks". 

Today's cocktail parties, be- 
l^cauae everymie seeBps tp- be 
calorie-conscious, feature 
light and simple fooda like 
cheeses and fresh fruits raUier 
than caviar and shrimp on 
toast. A chilled Vino Bianco 
is more likely to be served 
than a martini. 

Right now, wine is outsell- 
ing liquor in seven states. 
Mal-ket forecasts indicate that 
^ wide will outsell liquor in all 
60| states by 1^80. For the 
host and hostess, this sur- 
prising trend means easy. 



^cious entertaining. An all* 
purpose wine glass is all thiM^ 
is needed and one just opeai 
the botde and pours. Ouesta 
simply carry their glasses 
from cocktail hour to the 
dinner table. 

And, don't be hesitant to 
serve your wine &om the new 
larger size bottles. For in- 
stance, at B. Cribari &< Sona, 
we're producing Uie new 1.5 
liter metric sizes in whites aa 
vrell as other wines. Tliey are 
easy to pour, easy to store 
and are more economical 
when it comes to enter- 
taining. But, we still market 
our traditional fifUia of wfcite 
wines as well. 

Be sure and refrigerate your 
vMiMe wtae betea* eevrtag. 
Some guests may want theirs 
"on the rocka." It is best to 
cfiili your wine for'about two 
boun in advance of serving so 
it's cold enou^ to not 'auAt 
the ice cubes. 

So, next time you enter- 
tain, try serving wine instead 
of Uie "Ibual". We're sure 
you 11 be surprised by the 
number of your guests that 
choose wine. 

If you'd like more infor- 
mation on wine, please write 
me at B. Cribari & Sona, 
Suite 601, 600 Sansome 
Street, San Franciaeo, Cali- 
fornia 94111. 




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^« Jefiirtii*. i^M :U» 
Mwrta of vflM «M#HMi. 

lM«t Mte and AM tttt 
Mwt of flK State oiinr- 

mm Mtt'm b^ c/o 

Tlaei^ O'D0Mi«ii.l0HiiD 



l^^tiA ft U ortnwi tM 
iii do 49«u* «■ «r balprt 
ttc IM «» otJaanry,ll|1 

Maif to protect Hr 1b- 

Aoi9f*1Nrtt:J<4»Y. 

^: Pom A. KotiakpB, Do- 
ll^, Clork 

WUliara L. ptrktei. m 
mm A HtftAuts Kit'J 
iukBld|. 

Conwr lulB urf Buk 
Slnote 
p,0. Boi 3291 
MorMDc ?A aS14 

VBS-11/16, 11/23.11/30 
12/7 - « 



SaOWCi^ ORDER 

Vintate: b tht elroiit 

eowt of tta eity of Vfr- 

liabBoodi 

Jfm. 1, 1W7 

SS: Ettel K. Broom 



ChoaBttTT Coort popers 



ft tppotrlv tM a r«r 
port of tte Mcoois of Vir- 
giaU Nationl Bari^ Eu- 
CH^ of tte ortate of 
EtM K. BnioB, deceased, 
aad of tl» doMa uddemaMl 
apteat te> eatite lias bee* 
ttM in tie derk't Office. 
ai4 tkit ^ noBttabasela- 
pild iriace tke qpttUfieatioa 

"" «^^ ^'^ 

Miten of, aal allotbws 
intenatol ia. tte esttfe 
do abov enae, if aqr ttej 
caa, at >:46 a.A. on Ow 
Ml of Deoeadwr, 1171. be- 
tnt tbte Ceut at ttaeoBl^ 
roon afalarttbe pa^Mirt 
aid MSMTf of ^ e^ate 
to tte Uiateea vMwatre- 
odrlai nfinitai boada. ' 

ED Oat tte lonv*m per- 
tioB oftUa OFdtr bo |il^ 
Udwdoateavoekfevtvo 
socces^Ne vaakslstteYlr- 
ffida Betdi Sob, aaov^ap- 
orpobllstediB tboCityof 
Tirgiaia Beaeh. Tbrfiida. 
A conr teate: Join V. 
Foirtrecs 

miUam E. BorKOSS. Es- 
qibre 

S378iMtbideItoad 
mntate Beach, Virgiiiia 
28«1 ^ 

VBS-ll/lfi. 11/23 - 2t 



ORDBR 

VtifiBia: la tte Clerk's 
(met of tilt Circuit Cowt 
of tbo Ctty ofVirciaUBeacb 
OB tte Ttti dqt of Ifovenbn- 
1W7, 

la re: AdOpUoi of Lewis 
DrevEdmfiB 
Bj: Richard ^mrd Swart- 
ley A MariarBl Svartlejr 
PetltioMn 
To: Newtt Drew Edwards 

m 

4SM Coody Street 

PortaaMMth. VA 

la Chaacenr dC-TI'mt 

This Ay amt Mdard 
Edward Anrtlcy aad Mar- 
garet Elitabeth Bastie 
Swartlejr, ^titloaers, aad 
repreaaated tlHt Um Ob}ect 
of this proceediac is to d- 
fed thoadoptlQBolthe above 
aaned ialaat, Levis Drew 
Edwarte, hf Rlt^rd Ed- 
ward ftwrttof ttd MMVir- 
et EttattaOiButie^nrtley 
baaNid aad w tfe, nd af- 
fMhtM hafiag boM aiide 
Htf Itfad flBt Mwk Drew 
Elnrds, 0. a a^nal 

f^ of tM mm»), 
is a aoa-riilOiira tte 
llito of Vttfliria. tbe tast 
UfrVB po*i onioe aauvss 
beiar dMf Cowty StrnA. 
Portsmova. Viiftoto 

n is tfeenfort (Mwed 
that Iha said ItafwW Drew 
Edwarda, ttjmaai' oa m 
laloft the Jp daf «|De- 




olherwlaa 

ssarTto>ntefet 

MtlBtMs«atte! 

Aeoov taaiai 
r«Maa.^rfc 
%: MM A. - 
C. 






L. I^lx^bMTef ^t. 
MaroHiHia A Farmm 
BAkiHl. 
P.O. Bttkm 
NrtffioM, n. 132% . 

VBS-ll/l«, ll/23,'ll/^ 
12^ -« 



ORDER OF PUBLK:ATI0N 
fei tbe Cteh*s Office of the 
Ctitiitt(^«rfofthoGi]rof 
VirilBla Beaoh, VA oBtte 
m darflf Bevenber. llm. 
Mn^ J. LM»ris, 
nalalfff, ., 

aptoid H 

CoaM«tA.Laseart8, 

D^JMiail. 1 , 

Tke object of ttds»|t is 

fur tte ei»mlaiaaai to'ob- 
tato HoaTtte dafeaiM « 
«ttrarc« a mama et wxn 
to b* Ii^r mxt^ blto a 
dtvore^ a vtecalo jta- 
trioMiiU iQXHi the groa^ 

An! aa afBdavit h^ 
beeattade aad filed th^tee 
detaiuftlsaaaB-nalleat 
of tte State of YirfWa, 
the latf kBOWB post dfice 
address beta«: Apt 131. 
301 NOTtt Ftorida Aittiae, 
Taipoa ^irtags. Ftoridi. 
33SIS it is ordered^ Oat 
he do WMar ob (ht before 
the titt daf of DecedNr. 
1137 aad do what mi^ be 
necesaaiT to imitect hu.|B- 
terestiatUssBit. 
A copf -Teste: John V. 
Fea^ess ^ .. 

By: Patti A. Keeaehen, De- 
paty, aerk 
muard J. Moody 
201 CeatralBldg. P.O^Box 

list 

PortaaiOBtt, VA 237054 

VBS - UA ii/i«.fe/^s 

11/30 -4t , 

ir 



ORDER OF PUBLICAfl^R 
In the Cleric's (M&ce oCtte 
Circoit Court of the Ctty 
of VirfiBU Beach. Vi^oii 
the 9rd day of Moyeatber, 

lorr. 
Liada^Teha Ervtn 




JmUnni William Vlndl.^ 
Defepdeat. 



The Obiect of tMs soltis 
to oMwbi^ a divQr<% a tla- 
oito ai^rimoeli from ttte 
said ijaf nartiat, q»n >e 
ptaaals of <lasertkM. 

Aad aftv^^Udavtt havte 
aad filed thalil 



d>faa i taan sa>aoa-rariiaat 
ofthe8tateofVitfiJ^% 
last kaam post oCfioe M- 
r«M befaw: USS %>^|9l 
Grove ajn>-32), Bettld^ 
SteA Bayard, teltimi^, 
MurjrlaBd. it is ordered tet 
he do ivpear oa or beime 
tte 2ttt day of Decwd^n. 
|W7_ aad do irtMt msfwte 

a^^p^^Bi^^vaaw T e^p -■^p^iN^v^fv aawv 

iatanattttHssnit. ■{ 
A eo^-Teste: Joba ^. 

Foatrcss \>t (^; 

, -.J. 

1 
By: Patti A. Keeaehea, I^. 

Fra|ntokM.Qaarle .^ 
iSB Uaited ViitiBU Ba|ii 



SValanaaaEast ^ 

MOrfloIk, Vs. 23S14 

VBS-11/9, 11/ie. 11/23 i . 
11/30 -4t 



.1 

(XtDEB OF PUBUCATIQB' 
la tte Clerk's Office of tt» 
Circvtt Coot of the City of 
Vbiitfa Beach, VA oa the 
3rd day of Ibneaitter, 1077. 
Saanae C. Baettaer. 

agatet ' 

TMTjr Warr^ Boettaer, , 

DeHndMt. 

The o^ieet of thU suit 
to to obtato a Am-ce fitNB ' 
tte boadi of M^aMefi 
ttm tte a^ deieidaaL 
apea tte fnoate of o*er| 
' iifritioB 



Airi aa tfd^t hafim 
filed ttM 
tte diifawtaiil is a ae»r^ 
rideat Of Ite itaito of Vtr. 
gb^ INhMttaMmportof* 
m» aAtoiM b«ta|: ntl^ 
g» W. 1^ Ave., Ct. M, 
fortoa 
ft to 

%MdM«f, 

iiir^ #;.iM ntf bt 
uo^my te $ntmA Usto- 
teMttotttosrtt. 




A mrr~^9mm 



V. 
Wf. AW A. Kiea a bBH , De- 

fiwIle. wmat, m 



P.O. Ba 4177 
VMbria Beach. VA- 
28WI 

VW - ll/», 11/W. 11/23 
11/80-41 




ORDQt OF PUBLICATlplf 
Mhe aeik'a Office of fta^ 
CX^m Cotert of tba C^, 
oiVteiya Beech. VA..OB 
m M day of MomaibK-. , 

IfW. 

Mae Lodw Barrett Zm- 



ZaBgara. 



The oNBct of ttU salt 
i* to (Main a dvwce a 
vfacoto matrlmoaiifirontte 

aald detettlaat. w» ^ 
irooada of haviag lived ae- 
■mte and i^art wtthoit 
^•npttoe and wtthoidoo- 
hiidtoice tor more ttan 
oae year. 

Anl aa affidavtt havinf 
baea made and fitod thattte 
<Maadiat to m ooa-residaat 
oC the State of Vlnrtids. the 
last kaowa post ofnoe add- 
l«ss Mh- NiBoDeaaRoad, 
Itaadhan, New Jersey. It 
is oordered ttat he do app- 
ear on or befon the t2ad 
4iy of December, 1WI7um1 
do ittat may be aec«Ma]7 
to protect Us iaterest to 
Ms nit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
l^aftrMs 

By: Patti A. Kenyan, De- 
paty.Ctork 
William W. Mnrltt 
1210 Gtutof Street 
Norfoft, VA 23S10 



ORDER OF PUBUCAIVW 

totheCtork'atMBceoftte 

Cireait Coart of the City 

of VtrM^ ^ack, VA, OB 

the 2Mday of October, 

1177. 

Kathlo«itllaBaa Low^r 

Plalfltttf^ 

i^l^ 

Tlieordwfv Abbott Lowery. 

Jr. ' 

Deiea^. 

The miA 'Bt this sirit 
to to tttato a dlvM^ a 
ylMdo hut|iaMNdi&<u»tito 
sato diindart. ipoo m 
groadsafdosdMoa. 

And 4B afttdavtt Ha^ 
been B#te aad filed thattte 
d^iadalK tea B9a-nd<tad 
{rf ttie JtrtO of mfiMaU, 
the tool' ta»«B Boat mH» 
•dAreaa^iMm: w i.Biiiltt 
Stnet 0\Qlim'mfy^- 
tttMl Itart V&^tf 
ISdOl 1 to ordered tttt 
he do 4P«ar oa «> Mli^ 
fiw lOtt d^ of Deeeifeb#, 
1977 aad do wkMHaiy be 
necessi^ to protect Ua 
interest ft this laii 
A cop y-Teste: John V. 

By: PiMi A. KeeBohan, Oe- 



VBS-11/9,11/16.11/23 
11/30 - 4t 



m 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
la the Cterk'a Office, of 
the City (rf Virfinto BeaA. 
VA. on the 1st day of Itovr 
MBber. 1977. 
Hargaret E. StirUag, 
Platotifl. 




The object of fids salt 
to to obtato a divturce « 
vlB^o matrimoail from 
flie said defeadaat. opoa fiie 
gromids of llviag separate 
aad apart witton iaftwrqp- 
tioa and wttbont coha- 
Mtotian, tor more thaa doe 
year. 

And aa affidavtt hayiag 
bees made had filed fiut 
the ddendant to a noa-re- 
aident of ttR State of Vir- 
1^ the last known post 
office addren belag: One 
Georgia Aveme, BroazviUe 
Hew York. It to ordered 
that he do appear on or 
before the 22Bd day of De- 
cember. 1977 aad do what 
may be aecMsary to pro- 
tect hto iBtM^t to fids 
salt. 

A copy-Teste: Joha V. 
Feotress 
By: Pattt A. KesaehaB, De- 



pnty, Cterk 
WIuWb W. If erritt 
1216 Gmby Stre^ 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

VBS-ll/9,ll/ie,U/23 
11/30 -« 



ORDER OF PUBUCATKHf 
bfiieCtoik'sOfltoeafthe 
Circott Coart of ttw City 
of Viifiato Beach, VA., oa 
file 2tth day of October 
1977. 



Richard Nbdiolas Itataccl, 

Plaiatiff, 

asaiast 

Chri^ Rognrs Martocci, 



The ol^eet of fids aatt 
Is to ebtoto B-divwee a 
TiBcoto flutrlflfKMdlfitHafiM 
aald dafoMtaat, ^poa fim 
iromto of oae year nde. 



And aa affidavit hnrtag 
lA aad filed fltolttw 
d^m&at to a aoa-rertdaat 
of the aatt oTVinfi^, flm 
last kaongi post office 
address baiat: lOOOd-DttU 
Greea ^r^ CoekaytVfUe 
MaiirtattttOSO It todrdn*- 
ed (M dw do i|9earor 
b^erette ItttdayofDe- 
ceariw, 1977 aad do Mat 
i^ he aee^aaiy topr«toet 
%tt M«red to fids saft. 
A oi^-T^e: Joha V. 
Pate«ss 

By: Hm A. Tfaawiihan. De- 
pB^, OMk. 



Pi».Beal0tt 
Axfeft, VA IHI4 

»».|l/l, ll/li. M/23 



O^ER OF PVBUCATKW 

to tte Clerk's (Mtoetf file 

Circalt Coart of tte City 

of Viigtala Beaeh, VA, oo 

tte SIM Aiy of OcMMr 

1*77. 

JMn AatMio Clcwne, 



BeoMtt 
P.^Box<22 
yt^pbda Beach. VA 23451 

VBS-11/19, 11/16, 11/23 
11/30 - 4t 




ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
VITGINIA: 

tafiia Ctork's Office of tte 
JovMdte ud DomeMte r«- 
latioBs coart of file qto of 
ViifiBto Beach, OB file list 
Day of October. 1977. 
Commoowealtt of Virginia 
to re Baby Girl Brett 

The ob^ of thto v^- 
cewUog to to Mparato tte 
above named intuC, child of 
Rttidall T. Stiffter, poia- 
ttve tofiier A Mtohael J. 
Fumess. . pBtotive totlier 
permaaodly iftm ito par-. 
eat, paraato, <nf gnudiaB 
aad to eommtt said idEurt 
to file cere ukI citotody of 
the Virgtoto Bea«fa Depart- 
ment of Bodal Services Witt 
the rifbt of said agoM^to 
cOBseat to fiie Inftait'sadop- 
tiea. 

ibal u atfidaidt totviag 
been made aad tUed Oat 
Raad^ .T. Stiffiar, 

■ !* 

a pnpM?'paitytontopro- 
ceedtog; but dae ^^^oce 
haa beoB osod tosMertato 
to what cou^ or coipora- 
Uon he to, witboirt nCtoct, 
it to ORDERED fiiat Ran- 
dall T. Sfifiler, patottve 
father A Mldmti J. Fnness 
patative totter do appdar 
tore wttUi 10 days after 
(toe pdbUcation hereof, and 
do what may be neceasary 
to protect Us interest to 
fidssUt. 
A copy Teste: 

Katby S. Brdfimri, Deputy 
Clerk 

VBS-11/9, 11/lli 11/23, 
11/30-41 



ORDER 
Virgtoto: to The Clerk's 
CMItee of tbe Cinmit Court 
otfiwCttyofViifinto 
Beach, oa fiM 3M day of 
Novembn-, 1977. 
to re: AdMttoo of Michael 
Jdmea Chuse, Brian 
Chrlstcyber Oasse and 
Bettaqr Aaa Chasse 
By: Albert Ro|«- LeBlanc 
Md Bhiti^ Lttdry Le- 
Blanc aad Baitara Landry 
LeMaae 
PetttiaMra 

To: Albert Loato Chasse 
ldteackatt«to«M 
Westbrook. Ifeiae 

fbto dqr oai^Albat Ro- 
ger LeBlsiK ud Barbara 
LMUdry Ltf luc, Peti- 
tioa«s, aad^ ra^ro^ad 
fiiatfiieotaieetottMspro- 
ceediBgtoto«ito«t%ead- 
attam of Urn tben named 
iafhat (a). lOdiaal Jamea 
L^laae, KMitafftoto- 
pher Cha«M aad BMhaay 
Aaa ChasM, by AMrt Ro- 
ger LiBlMC aad tobara 
Landry L^tac» bw ^ t nf 
nd«Ue^aidaffi*ittlMT. 
lag baea uda aad fltodttiat 
Albert Louto fltoaiff', a na- 
(aM pareat ^ aald cUld 
(rea), to a aea-nsiitet oi 
tte^lMe of VM|bfi« toe 
laM tamwB poit aMee add- 
ress b^ It Br^cett 
Street, Veribrooli, lialBe 
R to tteretote <Mw«d thiA 
flw aald ABiMt Lods 
Chuse apipear before fids 
Court oa or betora Decem- 
ber 21^ 1977 aad iadlcato 
htoatfilito toward fiM pro- 
paaed adntioo. or ofiier- 
wtoe do wlat to necMsary 
to protect Us iaterest to 
fide flutter. 

A copy testo: Join V. 
Faatress, Clerk 
Bf. Pattl A. Seeaehan. D. 
C. 

ny«^, Kid|fi». Bic, 
BvtAO'Mia 
MVLatfaMad 
VUgMa Beuir, Vbgl^ 

W8-U/9. 11/14, 11/23 
11^ - « 



farilyui Alice DomlgaB 

GliM^me, 

MNadant. 

i^m object of tUs suit 

to ia obtato a dtvoirce a 

ItMUa et thoro to be mer- 

j^ into a ditorce a vto- 

wm owtrtakbnii from (he 

'^aald defendant, npon tiie 

^timds of desertloa or ae- 

iwrattoo for more than one 

Abd an afttdivtnMl 
be» made aiif filed tbatiite 
4aipidaBt to a noa-resideot 
SW^Sti^ of Vltflato. 
m last known post ofilee 
IMress beiag: 107 B. Ay- 
OQck StreetTRalatoh. North 
^ndina 27(01 lils order- 
ed fiat she do appear on 
or b^re tta 21st dajt o( 
Dec«nber, 1977 and do what 
BUtt Iw oeeeaaary to pro- 
tea her toterest In fids 
aait. 

4 eqw-TeiSe: J(*n V. Fen- 
#ess 

By. Patfi A. Keeaehan, De- 
A^, Cleric 
SoKtos E. BaUard 
1^. Bate Street 
Norfolk, VA 235)0 

VBS - 11/9, 11/16, 11/28 
U/30-41 ; 



to tte Clerk's Office of the 

arwfi C(fflrt a the City 

(rf VirglUa Beach, VA. oo 

the 9tt ^y of Novembw, 

1977. 

Marts Theresa SigtorelU 

Pasek, 

PtotoUfl. 

against 

Edward Lawrence Pasek, 

DaKuKtoid. 

The i^ect d tUs Mit 
Is to obtain a divorce a 
measa sl^mro to be Utter 

gorged bito a ttwroeafto- 
ci^ taMttttoatt ftwi^ w 
nM daiWMk iiw the 
gitMHidSQtdttMrttoB. 

And SB affldatit havtog 
bean m«to and filed tlit 
the defendant to a iKm-re- 
sldent of tbe ^te of Vir- 
ginia, fike tost koowK^t 
office address beii«: 2878 
Rttas Drive We^ AfiaaUe 
Beach, Ftorida ^23 it to 
ONered ttait he do appear 
on or before the'ftrddiv 
nfjiiiaTr 1977 aad do what 
SQWJNcesslry to pro- 
tect Ms toterest toUds suit. 
A capy-twte: Jdhn V. 
Fea^ss 

^:Pitfi A. Keenehan. De- 
puty^ Cleric 
HeoryMrScbwan. 
1600 VirglBto Nat'l Bank 
BMg. 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

VBS-11/16, 11/23, 11/^ 
12/7 -4t 



Beriaatoc at a pipe on the Eastern Hae oftheOato 
^«way known o Bird Hwk Road, formerly Dri^- 
wSer Ave^at ito tetorsecUon between the w^rtv 

of Viwlnto WUtehurst and roimliig jhence ««% «* 
dirJS^JO mimites East 2<»'fwtf ,theBC«! Jl|rttl 
dSree 30 minutes West 75 tort: t^f ncfc ^ " 
Srees 30 mtautes West 205 feet to toe|ist?ra 
U^ of said Stote Highway; t^nce along tte ^^ 
line of said Stoto Highway Soott 1 dep«eJ7 miimtes 
East 75 toet to tte pipe, tte point f b^iig, w- 
cordlng to plat of jiropert^ iMde AOfWt hl9^ 
by W. B. Gallup, county Surveyor, "^ Wj^™w 
in tte Cleric's Office of tte Circuit Cwrt of tte City 
ofVlTfinia Btea<* .^termerl* Pfl 'cefS^Anne C«j^ 

VifilUa. OB file Mto.da^ of Auguft, ^948, to MapBbdk 

wU<A ptot referwje to tereby lafae tor a ffl«tfe parti- 
cular mcr^ew. < ^ . 

Aad aa i&davlt tevtog bfen nttde and 
N^oMtoatof <SaMia Jos^ Miiff w^,' 
are dot now »«iid«ds of tto^ Stoto of Vl 
dae dlltg^^ Itito been used by w on tei 
ptotoUff to ascvMB to wUA county of 
the said respmadrat^ are, without effect;, tj 
poat office address for Ge<Nve ^os^ Mtoef 
Miwr being to <are Ot M. EaH Woodhouse, , 

VlrgiUa National Bank, Virginia Beach Branch' Qfnce, 
Virgtoto Beach. ] 

It to CfflDOED fimt a copy of tola order N W^?d 
eaee ft wMk te tow {^suocwlw week* to tte VlWUa 
Boadh 8i^ aaiw^vper haidng geeeral circutofioBtome 
City of VirglBto Beaeh. VirglUa 

It to fBtthe- <»DERED that toe PMpowtoto hereto 
do maa tere on or before Decemter 28, 1977 and do 
#at may te tieessary to protect their Interests to tUs 

irol^ 

ENtEl^: lOm/Tt 

JANET B.WRt.p.q. 

1319 Latdcto Road 

P.O. B(h62S 

Mltglid«Bi*eh.VA23«l 

VBS-llA ll/W. 11/23, 11/io - 4t 




led that the 
le Miner, 

ttbat 
said 

knows 
LcAdiie 

;ee. 



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(»DER OF PlAUCAtlON 

to tte Cleric's Office of 

Uie Circuit Court of tte 

City of Vir^nto Beaeh. VA 

oa tte 9tt day of Novemter 

1977. 

Date E. Bosl^, 

Patotiff, 

a^tost 

Itoacy C. BMley, 

DeftaiteBt. * 

Tte object oi fids suit 
to to obtato a <ttvorce a 
BBMsa et thoro from tte 
aaid defondant. vpaii fiw 
gromids of actual deser - 

ttOB. 

^ an affidavit teving 
be» made and filed fiHtfiw 
denadant is a aOo-resldeU 
State of Virginia, Uie 





ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

to tte Cteik'a Office cd tte 

CircUt Court of fiw City 

of Virriato Beach. VA- 

on tte 9th day of Noven^ier 

1977. 

Jtalian FraUc. 

PUinfiff, 

agaltet 

Charlotte Maan Frank, 

Defenhnt. 

Tte deject ot fids mrtt 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrim(»iifromite 
said defeaitoat, upon fiie 
grouada Oi oae year (d* cdn- 
tinaous s^rafioe. 

Aad aa affidavit haviiig 
beea made and filed that 
tte defeddant to a .non-re- 
sideat of fiie State of Vir- 
ginia, fiie lai^ bBfj^d 



fint ate' do appear m or 
tefore file 3rd day Of Jan- 
uary,'1977 mid do wtet may 
te necessan to prcdect ter 
interest to ttls suit. 
A copy-teste: Jote V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. KeeMhan.D.C. 
Willtom W. Merrttt 
1216 Granby Street 
NorfOBc, VA 23510 

VBS-11/16, 11/23, 11/30, 
12/7 - 4t V 





11966 tt to ocdfired mm 
do qipear od or before tte 
29tt day of Deeetober, 1977 
and do ittat may be nee- 
ttsaiy to protect ter to- 
terest to tUs suit. 
A coiqr-teste: JohnV. 
Feotrus 

By: Pattt A. Keenehan. De- 
puty, ClMt 
John D. Ho(dcer. Jr. 
2625 Princess Anne Rd. 
P.O. Box 6363 
Virgtoto Beach. VA 23456 

VBS-U/16.11/23, 
11/80,12/7-41 



:»iv 



NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING 
Virgtoto: 

The regutor meeting of Uie Council of tte City of Vir- 
ginto Beach will held to tte ComicU Chan^rs dftoe^^j 
Admlnistratioo Buildli«, City Hafi, Princes, Annie sto- ^i 
UOB, Virginia Beach, Vfrginto on Monday, Decprater 12, ,j.j 
1977, at 1:00 P.M., at wUdi time fiie foUowtog «»plica- ^ 
tions wUl te teard; i adl 

CHANGE OF ZOND^G DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: ,W 

BAYSHJE BOROUGH: ^» sG 

1. Petltton at Diana Gavaltos for a Change of Zoning »(q 
District ClassificatioB toom B-5 Residential District to^ge 
A»3 Apartment mstoict <» certain pn*erty located gj 
20 feet Wa^ (rf Pl«isure House Road beginning ata^viTA 
poiU 300 feet Soutt of Brigadoon Drive, numing a dto- ^ 
timce of 435.6 fe^ along tiie Korthem Rrqperty Itoe,^ 
nmhing a distance .of 132 feet more or less aIoi% the ^^ 
Westwn jnnperty Itoe, running a distance of 355 feet^^ 

acre more (» IMS. BA!SKb'E BOtoUGE!^ '. ; 
KEMPSVILLE BCffldUGH: 



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2. Petition of R. G. Uoora Bulidtog Corporation for a^j^ 
Cottage of_2^ng Dtotrtct Ctoss^^tftUni from R-5 Re-^^ 



NOTICE OF TURSTEE'S SALE 

OF 

653 (SAMT AVENUE 

VHttmiU BEACH, VIRGINIA 

Defudt tevihg occured to tte payment of the note se- 
cured hgr a Doed Of Trust recorded to tte Circuit Court 
of tt» City of tirgiitfa Beach, Virglato to Deed Book 
144r^ paSa 797, and pursuant to tbe reqimstof fiie 
BotelrtdMf/ tto aad a rslgBiM . SttBttMirte Tnttto», «ni seu 
at paUic adcttoB to tte higtest Iddder, oa. W«toesday. 
Nov^Dftar », 1977 jd 12:00 noon at fil6-C VlrgiUa 
Beali Boulevard, Virglnto Beach, Virginto, tte foUow- 
Ing jHwerty, to-wft: 
An ttMO certato tote, piec«i or parcds of land, 
wttk tte bnUtf«s and iraprovemoito ttereon, sitoate, 
lying add betog to flie City (^ ViigiUa Beach. Vir- 
gbda aad b^ kaowa, numbered ^id^dNtoaated as 
Loto U had it to Bto^ 21. as stonmoBtteptot 
e^tlad "PM JBf recM Gardeas." mUcb plat is (toly 
racoftod to fito Ctork's Offtee of ^ Circoit Court 
of fiw Cttvjtf Virginto Beadi, Virginto, to Map Book 
7, U PN^ 70. 

A bldder>a deposit of not more Uias S% of tte pur- 
di||e prioe irtll te req^red when tte propeiy to sold. 
SeBatoeat to to te nade withto ten (10) &ys. Tenps: 
Caih. 

Rai^J.adcs 
SiJA^oTffUtee 

VBS-ll/f . 11/16, Ul/23 ' ' 



QHIEB OF POBUCATIOR 

V^iia: to tte Ctreuit Court (rf fiie City of Vininto 

ftiWbOi^. n, itrr. 

0ffX3KMSL.MH.LEB, 

sMUun 
iSBOBXitioetMMam 

aad 

LODBBMOfER 
RMMIidaats 

OrCEuiCiKY NO. C^77-1314 
jm OBJECT of iitt aifit to to obtain a retoaae of a 
„inii RpasaU K. MUtor to M. Eari 
Uf dadd or trust baing recorded 
tte Circuit Court onii Ctty of 
kriy Priaeess Aane Com^}, Vir- 
«• at pace 1 aad dated Jvae 2, 
tte property betag more ptcficuUrly daserOiad as 




All ttet certato lot, ntace or parcel of laad located 
near Sgatack to Lyaaiavaa Borough of tte City of 
vintato Beach, Virglato. aad more particoUriybouad- 
mS uid desertbed as ftaltowt: 



sidenttol IHstrict to R-6 ResidMtiaL Dtolri«t bn certain ^^ 
latjperty located on tte West side of Sal^ Road begto-jj^ 
Biog at a p(^nt 1700 feet more (»> ^ ^i Nforth of Re-^^ 
ci^tion. Drive, running a.distance of.75ir|l fleet along^, 
tile Wef^ side of l^em Road» niuiii^ %,distoncf(tfl. 
1637.12 feet in a Souttwesterly' direction, runnii^jy; 
distmiee of 79.69 feet to a Soi^erly dinectiw, ruoaii^"; 
a distance of ZHAZ feet In a Souttwesterly directi^^.^ 
nimitog a diirtaace of 1364.98 fe^ to a Ncniheriy direc-^j, 
tim. nuHdag a diirtaiee of 1291.55 fe^t toa SoutSrresterli^ .!!; 
dirMtion, rumdag a distaai» (rf tt9.14 feet to a Sbttfiierl^«<" 
directim, rutoilhg a distance of 462 leet in. aSoiith^tt 
westerly (OreetiOB, runniag a dtotance of 1184'^ fee^^ 
to a Sootterly directtoB and rmmiitt a dtotance al^, 
53^.63 ftet to a Northeasterly direction. Said parcel^' 
is irreiiDur to Aape aod cbntoins 110.967 acres. KEMPS^a, 
VILLE BOROUGH '""^ 

3. PetfiiOB of Mnltt-Teidi Corporation for a Change of^^ 
Zoning Distrtct ClasitiUlcation from R-S Reside^ial 
fflstrict to A-2 Apartmoit District on certain property 
located on tte Nortb side pf Provittence Road beginning ^ 
at a p(dnt 430 If^ more or l^s. Ea^oftt^toterse^-^^ 
UoB of ProvU«B(A Itoad and Indian River R^d.ndmtnf*" 
a distonce of ^3.16 feet al(N« file Nortt side Of Pro-^^t 
vUmce Road, rumiing a distance of IISO fe^ atong tte^>: 
Eastom ^tiperty Um, running a distahcf of 559.58^'^ 
feet ^ong tte NorthcM prt^rty Une, r^ing a dtotanci^'^ 
of 738 feet more or less aloi^ toe West^jproi>er^ ^ 
fine, rwHii^< a distasce of 240 toet to an Btstoriy dired^^' 
tioa s»i rwaiag a distance .$rf 200 feet to a Soutter^l^, 
dii«eti(«. Satoiiartel ixxdains 13.97 acres mo<^ or tossit^ 
(LakevUte Estates Area). ' V ^ ' * "'^^ 

teMWVIUJE BCHioUGH. "■' W 

Vre^NU BEACH BOROUGH: -"^ 



4. Petition irf AUhooy P. Kolantis aiMi S. H. fiivilder > 
f(»> a Change irf ZatfU« District Ctossificattoirlron Hr&o 
Resort Hotel IMstrict to B-4 Resort-Ckmrmendal^tew* 
tri<^ 00 (»rtoto lai^rty located at tte Nor^Kst^McM^"^ 
section (rf Aitontto Ai^e ud IStt Stoe^, ruu^^fb^ 
ittstoBi^ of \m fe^ aloqttteWMtsideQl AtiafflUc AvomeN 
nuaiag a distotee of 100 tort akm tte Itorfli wB prcpw wl. 
ty lite, mning a dist^ of lOtleet ak^tte W«^a^ 
pcapettjf Itoe and rvm^ a dlstoaee (rf<M.8ttoei<tk»gH> 
Uie Noitt side of 13tt Stoeet. Said oarM eoitetos ^.^il 
Wffare toM monm 1ms. VimiINU BEA6B^WR0t«BilH 
I. PrtttiiM (rf ^ Bay D^el^eal CMperattoB Iw #» 
Chaiie of Zoidig Dlrtrict CttsslftaEfioftlmtf K^ iNab 
sidMrtial DMrict to B-2 CoanMUd^puBKi^ «stM^ 
oa CMt^ ^(«perty located oa tte N«rtt sMa erf VorMfiki 
AvHwe betfiaig at a poiM m to« mteror le^ IMV 
of Pacific AWBM. rmmb« a tefiace # Ml fee^wsM^ 
(T taM Btoag file Nortt Ato(tflM«ttA«nM.- 
a (^teaee (rf 67.M fert Amg ttii ^PMnv 
Um, nMtog a dMuce <rf 7(M toM nore or toss i 
tte MMT^n ^^perto itoe, rmMag a dtototee tf m 
feet to a SouQierly (Hrection, ruaaing a distance of l|£ 
leet to an Easterly direction, running a distance of llAs 
feet more or less in a Soutteasterly divecttoB'and rww 
sing a dlstaace of 60 teet to a Soi^rlyvdiradloaas 
Said parcel cootalns 5.63 acres. VIRGINIA BEAOIkJ 

boroUgh. > K 

Ptoto Witt awre datolled iBflirmation are" available foi 
fiie Dapartmen! of Ptoaaiflg. xS 

Ricterd J. Webbon K 

CifrClwk St 

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Vh^ifliia Beacn Public Noticed 



OSDER OF PUBUCATIOM 
lii tW Clwk'i Office ot tlw 
Clr#t Cowt of tte Cltf of 
tinpit Bliteb. VA on tbe 
2Sra day of Norember, 1977 
Catky LmrenlA AIUsod 

fValntitf 
tniMtt 

m^ Charles UaUary, 
DiAMUat. 

. ne objeet o( thU suit is 
ti» ottyo a (Uvoree a t1b> 
MM Miitrimoall from tbe 
laid defendant, upon tlte 
(foimds of one jrear sep- 
ttttioo. 

^'Aad aji aftidsvtt tevtng 
made and filed that 
4eftadant*« last kaoWA 
kt oMee address Is 1714 
Road, Slebmoad, Vir- 
aad tdat diwdlllgence 
wen esed bjr and on- 
bebalf of tke plaintiff to M- 
otrtaia la vbat county, or 
eorfipntiin, tlte defleadaat 
is. iMtbont effect. It is or- 
dered tkat he do aivear on 
or bMbb tbe 11th day of 
Jsananr, 1878 aad do what 
tun be necessary to itro- 
tect.hls interest in this 
snit. 

A eopy-Teste: John V. Fco- 
trMI 

By: f^tti A. Keenehaa, De- 
ll^. Cleric 
Ttdmter Leial Aid 
Soeleb 

147 Qeaaby Street, QtHce 
412 
NeifQlk, VA ZS510 

VB8-11/S0, 12/7, 12/14, 
12/21-41 




ORDER OF PUBI^CATION 
m the Qttk's Office of tbe 
Clr^ CouH of the City 
of "^[^a Beach, VA., oo 
the' Vm d^ of No?enibw, 
1177. 

Dtfld Jay WeltdMraer, 
PUMtt, 

finite Lemer 



, Jm matt of thU salt 
is to mtai a (ttrarce a 
m^ tt flidro, to bektor 
tote, a <tt«(»«e a 
Bfr wiiitriiln'tiHf ffftjB fit 
'(JwKlnfriiHtii ftrr 
sofdesnltoii. 
ii Affldaw tovitt 
Hida aad ffled aS 
is a Ban-r;!*- 
tftel of the Slato of tirr 
^m, the ttst ionvh 
fptoe aiddjress baiif : Ai 
wmi ito. Ml, 1200 

SmoaPike 'Cherry BtU, 
KHi Jenley„«084 ft is <ir- 
dMfei ttia ^to ^ mm^r 
on or belM^ tti M day 
of Inda^, If^ and dp 
frtit laqr be adeesyary ti^ 
pfitoet her iAwni to this 
tott>. 

A r«o|^-T6ite: JioH V. 

Ftiittia: 

^: fttti A. KeeMtiafl, De- 
pi^^aeilE 

140P TIffiBto Kat'I Bank 

INVtoU^VA 21914 

VBS-ll/8b,12/7,l2/14, « 
12/21 - « 



VtolWa; to the Ctoik's Ot- 
ftoe ol the Cireait Court 
ofibeCt^eCVliitoto 
BM^pa tbe 23rd day of 
SJ9fMtor, 1977. 
to l«: AdoptiOB of 
CSuMcpker Antooto 



NOTICE or PUBLIC WABIMG 

The Vli^to B«^ Biiiffd itf ZetfM iMPffNOs irtll t^- 

^ a PiMio BearUg m WeOM^y, l^«etiier 14, 

ld77, at ttm tM. to the ComtA ChaaMers, Admtoto- 

trattoa aiUdi«»«ltal<^ Center, Vir^^BeaA,Vir- 

fiua. ne Mtottnt itf^MtMit wiU ^^ m toe ^m- ' 

M. 

REGULAa^AGHlDA: . 

1. Janes C. IMetta reqiei^ a varlaace of 8 fe^ to a 

17 toi^ wtXbkA ft«to BoHMy RoM tastMd of 1^ toot 

as roMimd and <^ 4 te^ to a tocA site ywd setoack 

insteaC ot 10 feM as reqalred (afir coMtttioi^ utfto- 

Mst M(wbto Itoi) oa Uto lAi. Stock 2, ^^daoateto, 

lilfl flif^i^pil IftmiiBtilto Bnroi^h^ 

I. C» W~ iHilkl^r rwo^to a fartoacfe of i fed to a 2 

toot stoe yard s^ati iwtead trf S feet as refiribrad 

(tfr $|(Mtttt(i^ Jtot - north property Itoi) m heU S, 

BIo^ WMMWHr, S&tf mnti, hyutmitm Boma^. 

8. B<»it^ U Hiss reweato a nurtee* ol 10 feet to a 

tH toot tMmSk fttm Br^ektoBB. ttad tolled ^ a 80 

toot setoadk: «^ vwptred tor a'ttartMib M <mLc(«8, 

Eli^heto River &)ret, M85 S. Crestfiiw IMve. Kemps- 

TiltoBoroiq^. 



Caif S. ^n^ r0<inMto a i^irtonce of 5 feet to a 5 
' i«ar tond mUm^ tosteaU ctf 10 feet as required 
t^tm^i^wmmmi, Btock 1^^ Seettott 8. Aragona 
UM|^, 4m ^HUteBoaUnrard. Bay^e Boroii^. 

5. Kt. Shea^ sin B. W. Hodges tqr GroT«r Wright, 
Attbraey, r«gMM a nrtonce to Wtor^ an olMng aon- 
^dnfontog Ml aad to niand the existing btoUing (ice 
ttaaa toC ti ft ag attd Aof^) on Loto 1 and 8, Block 87» 
Vfifii^ '!Beaeh tm»kfSam Corpor^oo, 19to Street 
and liedit torf ane aa A»store. Virgtato BoMh Borough. 

6, R. II. betobiRH^ Jr^and Doaald L. Barrington re- 
ifiiesto a nrtttce of M «|aare feet of rignareatolSS 
square toet of sifa «rea per toce fen* a carter Identi-' 
llntton dgn instoul of lOOaquare feet per toce u allow- 
ed Mid to allow a teamA to be adverttsed oa toe center 
ideattileitton sign utere prohibtted on^rcdU A and B, 
KunpsvUle SqBure, HI S. Vitcbdoek Road. Kenpsville 
Borowh. 




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'%:BBmiraeyaod 
Dnacai AaeBayaes 
ira« miAand and Wlto 

To: J«lnd Clifford Shaad 
1080 t. Oceanview Ave. 
Morfttt. Virginto 

TttoflaFcaaaeHenxyWU- 
ey aad Dotores Jane Hay- 
aee imey, Mitlaiers, aad 
rapreaeato d that the objeet 
of ttto proeeedtog is to ef- 
faat^ adopttoa o< toe ab- 
I named infant (s),Chrto- 
Antoaio flbaael, by 
Wiley aatt Dolores 
Jana Banas Witofr has - 
bead and wlto. aad affi • 
- totftog been bm* aad 
ilkat Jewel CUftoid 

^ , a aataral pareat 

j^lato cUld( is a resi- 
diat a toe State of Vir- 
gtoto. the tost haown poet 
sOkt address being: 1080 

SOeeaavtow Aveme, 
% VUgtato It to 
Mti Ordered that tbe 
HP 4kMt CUttird ^aael 
agtotor « or before tbe 
1% day of Jaaoaiy, 1878 
aad iadtoato Us Bttttodi to- 
wird the ppoposed adopttoa 
orvf alherwtoe da what to 
^tonsotoethlsto- 



wifris 
DC. 



7. J. Paid Ludt, Inc. by E. Kenneto Day, Attorney, re^ 
<luMto a nrUiee of. 15 toet to a 85 foot frcmt yard set- 
ba<A instead of 90. feet as re<iaired of Lot 3, Rampshiri;'' 
(^y, Tbttokas BidK^ Labe. Lytotoaven Borough. 

8. Hartxwr Entai»is^, toe. Iqr D. L. Garcia, Presl- 
dost, reqiesto a variance of S feet to a "0" setback 
toom the WMl pr^ierty Une (Atlai^c Avenue), toe north 
property line and l^nn the east property liitt (Atlantic 
Ocau) aiad of 1 to(rf to a 4 foc« setoa^ frmn toe sonto 
l^opeity Itoe instead if S feet each as rOtiilred and to 
altow pnitog to Ibe niatfred setoacks and to waive 
toe reqdred laaftoeigtog to toe setoacks (m Loto 7 and 
8, SoBWre 21,^^rgMia BJtoch Praperty, 21st Street and 
ilttoiittoA#nia;VAttotoBeacbr --^ 

"^«r 10 to 

01 80 fed as i^i^irid'ao^oflOtoetto 
a "B" mr yard setback instead of tO iHt as reqi^red 
on a Parcel kaown as Parcel B,tfirto side of Croaton 
Road, CroataiL Crdaton Ro«l. Ljninbavn Boitio^. 
10. Doaglas W. Stake re^sto a yartoace to idtow park- 
ing of it toa]6r raereaUoafit equtomrat to front of a build- 
ing lastead^ql^bddadtob nearest portion of a building 
a<qaeeBt'to a pitoUc street (Unierville Road) on Lot 1, 
Btock H, Huntlngtoo, 153 Upper>4Ur nord. Kemp^vlUe 
Borom^. 

U. F. B. WUhcrit reqoesto a variance to aUow parktog 
to tbe retiidred 10 futit sdbacfc when a cmnmercial 
dirtriol iKttQtos rftsldtenttol or apastolent districto (norto 
pr(v«rty Om) and to arafve toe repaired tondsoaping to 
tbtoKS^atok en I^ d Loto 10, 11. 12,andl3,Ptot 
ojf property of J., R. Flanagm, Laskto Road. Lynn- 
biyen Bproiii^. 

12. C. Ray Scroiggs re^iMto a variance to allow parUag 
li toe reqaired 10 toot Mtfatdc when a commercial dto- 
trtot adiMBS re^dantial mr qiartii^ districto (north 
pniperty Itoe) and to watoe the reiabred laodsoiptog to 
toto setback on I«t 9 ^ SO toat of Lot 10, Property 
of J. R. FlaaNPU^ I'uAb Road. Lyanhaven Bormigh. 
IS. V0nott E. RoBse HfOMto a variance of 14.5 feet 
to a 5.5 foot raw yard aetoack Instead of 20 feet as re- 
qolrwl {detached abed) ca Lot 8, Btock W, Sectioo 1, Hd- 
toad Ifeadows, BeKlantoHarrisoBlMve. KempsvilleBor- 
oagh. 

14. 0. H. Oburg by C. Raadotob Ztbmtr reqoesto a 
VartaBce of 20 feet to a SO foot ftivnt yard Settadk to- . 
stei^ ef m toet as req^red on Lot 28, Tract C, Sec- 
tloB 8, n«el D, Seetton 1, Saodbridge, 3244 Sandfid- 
«B« Read. Pbbro Boroag^ 



IS. EdmM T. Boaeh reqoesto a nxiaa» to aUowtte 
at miM fecrei#onal e qato to ^ to tooitf tf a 
itatou of b^tt(l the imrest p(»iiai ta a birild- 
lag a4iewt to a pgllto stred on Lot W, BIwSl A, 
fodioB L<4i 'Mrt 2, @reai Run. 1451 Potosetto Ar^ 
FrinTrnt t rtniit ftinHii^ 

18. W. h deatiy reqaesto a rarianM to allow the park- 
tog of ii^or r^reUOobat msaipmmA to front of a baild- 
iK instoad fd behind toe nearest portion of aboUdtog 
a^aceat to"a pubUe atnet on Lot W, Site 10, S«^on 3, 
Ld» Edwvtf NorOi. $«S« Dodii«to« Court. Bayatoe Bor- 
oariL 

17. Coastoirttoa J. Evoi^ttns reqmrto a vartonM to al- 
low toe paittg (d na^ recreattonal e^ipmwt to front 
of a baUttagtortead el beUad the nearest portion of a 
buildtav BQacial to a jaWc street on Lot 3, Kto 8, 
nne Oonrw t^w^onses, i$6 Itorytond Av^ue. Virginto 
Beadf Bli^Mi^ 

tt.Wail^s of Virginto, toe. requesto a nria^of 74 
sqaare tort of ^ dtowance to 281.5 aqaare feet ot 
t^gt tainmt waad «( 187.S aqnarv tool of ^p al- 
iMnntoei^ idft»Mid i»Art<tfaP»r^<iatttto«teast 
of Irdrtoflaia Trail) B^to side of VifgtirfaBe«h Boale- 



vard, P.A. Ptou Area, 3S8I VUfitoa umcb &wtonrd. 



Lynnhaven Borough. 
18. i. C. AaptowaU, 




MwM^ 



.11/^,12/7,12/14, 



Jr. reqoesto a variaM» to altov a 
ptrtotcter Mveway to toe i^^red IS toot Mttai^ 
fMm the northwaat property Um aad to te r^ptted 
10 toot setback from the ot^tosBsl mpertyttBewlma 
preUMted aid to waive toe reqatradtoataMtoito^toaae 
setbacks aa Lot 1, ClbMia PropM^, I. MtoHama fttrk- 
way. Princess Anne Borongb. 

20. Jane& Jr. reqwito a n$iam xdm 
(««t to a vitrd ta^tOkMMt^mM^ 
as raqatr- riet D, S^on 1, Ti^ C, 
Section *,, Tuoh. Saw^iddtor Itoad. P«^ 
^BoroQE' 

21. Barbara ana Mry Pope iei|wi8t i a mriaafieofS 
feet to a S toot iMe yaid iito^e to^ead tf 10 toet as 
raqatoad (aoith pNparto Ito^ « IM 12. tMk U, 
Creatan Beach. SoMh AtunUe Awana. LyariKvea Bn-- 



82. Dunes Motor Iqn by WiUtom E. McCIurg, Architect, 
reqnesto a variance to allow stock parUiv {nM) ^ere 
pr^Utod and a variance of 5 fSrt?a™s^S 
oa toe east property Itoe instead of S toet as reaitfad 
and to waive tbe landscaping to m rwoaired s^^ 

? *'*JI*^I*^.**T'*''' ^^^^ ^** Devdopownt 
S'-'^Si./^^LV*^® Virriato Beach ior^ 

23. yiifiato Beadi Bank of Comtoffce by Thomo^ 

?«7''*2iL^**?^'J*»"**s » vjjtoace of 7 feet tea 
T'***"* «or a frarstonding sign torteldof 7 feet as 
S'r'iL*' J^V ^ 12 and oasta* 5 feet of Lot 13, 
Btock 108^ Vlrgtoto Beach, soutoWest comer of 85tb 

24. BIto L< Webb« Trast^A and Amoco (Ml Co Laa^ 
by H. C^vto ^ato^ Attorney, reqnesto a variance bf 4000 

Tare toet of toadjrn to 16,000 square toet iQead 
M.OW square tort of land area as reqaired tor an 
S™2*J" 'f^^ *?iiS?„°° P«rt <rf a Parcel of Webb 
Jatl^J&JSfi'lSSg?*" ^' "• «■ ''^'^- 

S**^ **•. totenarrtauij of tbe Zonii« Admintotra- 

)^,k2"!*v'' ^,^T^, *° o"-"*** <Brertlooal signs 

(Ullboards) on Lot 26, Block 14, Pecan Ganiens. soSh- 

east coraer of Roeemont Road and Ba^roft Road 

Princess Anne Borqagh.. ■ 

ALL APPUCAKTSiroST APPEAR BEFORE TBE BOARD. 

W. L. Towers 

Secretory. 

VBS-11/80, 12/7 - 2t 



UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 
For toe Eastern Ost^ of YIRGDOA 
to re: 



Bankruptcy No: 



GEORGE WASBmOTCSfAlilCK 76-259-N 

WlLLLLttKEMNETBffrOUT 76-714-N 

T/A Portsfflortb Floor Covering Co. 

Aim REDFORD LAWSDN 77-78-N 

CALVQf LEE SNYDER. JR. Individualty 

and TradiW As Snyder's Studio and Gallery 77-292-N 



Bankniipt 



|- 



NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHER PARTIES IN 
INTEREST 

HOTICE 18 HEREBY OVEN THAT: 

It qipearing toon the schedules of toe banknqrt at 
toe time of filing ttoit there were no assets from which 
any divided oould be paid to creditors, toe notice to 
creditn's adyiaqd tint it was unnecessaryfor any creditor 
to m hto daim at that time. 

SdMeqnertly it vpears toere are asseto from which 
a dividend may be paid. 

CREDITOR MAY NOW FILE CLAIMS IN THIS CASE. 
CLAOIS SHALL BE FILED ON OR BEFORE JANUARY 
16,1978. " 

^iQlalma ^cb i^)3ot filed on or befot« toe above 

' --«-- J" ■ ^exc^'aa-iottfeririawjWwvidedtJ 
lied M m^Mw^tn^aBmem"'^ 
an oftfciil form prescribed 
for a proof of T'^ 

Creditors who Mi'e previously filed a claim in tois 
cite should not file again. 

HAL J. BOMfEY, JR. '^ • , i 

Bankrupfaty Judge ]|^^ '^ 

VBS,-iy23, 11/30 - 2t *■ 




I 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

VmCOOA: to The Cleric's Office of toe Circuit Court 
for thb City of Virginia Be^h on toe 21st Day of Novem- 
ber, 1977. 

CITY OF VmOINU BEACH, VIRGINIA 
a llmidpal Corporation, 
Connplainant, 
vs. 

MARGARET JONES 

and the constoto of these def^idanto, whose names are' 
also .wiknown, , and if the drtoidaoto be dead, their surviving 
eoasOFto if any there be, tbe defendanto' 
ddldren, if aiqr there be, tbeir heirs 
at tow, not of kin, devi«i«, legatees, 
personal represMtotives, lien creditors 
and lien creditors of any heirs or 
devtoees, aad any other person or 
corponti(»s baring any totwest in toe 
solqect matter of this suit, all of 
whow post oCttce addresses are 
cMUfletoly unknown; uid that all of said 
paroM are herrtqr made parties 
deteadant to tids proceedtog 1^ toe 
Maena deseriptton of "PARTIES 
UHXIfOWN", 
Detoadaato, 
m CHANCERY DOCKETcHO. C77-1837-A 

Tile object rt this suit to for the said Complainant 
to ^orce ito Uoi for taees ud to sell for toe payment 
of Mrtato delinquent taitoa tbe following-described real 
estato to the City of Vii^nto Beach, Virginto, to-wit: 
A mtato ideee or parim oi land situated to Bayside 
K«Bpsville lAi^erial I||raiet, to Princess Anne Coiudy , 
State of Virginto and desotoed as follows: 

Loto No. 13 and 14 to Block No. 2 fronti&g 40 fe^ on 

•eeoad Sreet and of the dimnsions shown on pUt of 

thearoperty. 

H beiag a pniioo of the Kopoly pnrdiased by C. H. 

Partreaa flroBi E. A. Watklas. 

IT BEING EXACTLY the aane prqierty coov^ed to toe 
Ttofnulirt Jwrrta by Deed tooai CB. Fratress and hto wife, 
oa JwMury I, 1927, whidi aato deed is duty recorded 
to toe, (»&!e of toe Clert ei toe Circuit Court of Vir- 
gil^ B«^ to Deed Bode 142, at Page 571. 

Aad an Affidavtt having berti awte and filed toat tbe 
Drteadanto are artoMwn at tttiA^wabouto, address and 
loeatton, alttougl ^e d^ii^ hu been used Iqr and 
OB b^^ of toe CMqdaUul top A^nto. EB^oye^ 
aiid Ammejw, to aseertoto toa Oornkf rt Corpi(»«M> 
to wMv toe mM DefwdM^iwi rMdtog, brt vMout 
tiMt, toe lart Jaowa pmrt rt^ «MkNSMB d toe aato 
Defandaiiti brtag O/e Cherry, SoaaB. Hlt8 aarehSbreet. 
MrtoULVligato and ^jrane-Avrtlta.Xtotfk.Virgtok; 
tt to aa^m that mhjo mar «% bd^w the 
IStt day d Dawmtwr, im tort taalM toay bwaeees- 
saiT to protod ttdr trteresto to toto mm. 

koorTtssmt 

BrwtoB.liRMa 
AttMBqr rt Jaw 
41«tmUiMadi 4M. 
tUgWAp^ V^pa 23tt2 



ORD$R 

VIR(HNU: to The Clerk's 

Office d toe Cli«ult Court 

d the City d Virginto 

Beach, on toe t6to day d 

Novdnber. 1977. 

to ra: A^ton d Melissa 

Am Weavo', m inGut, and 

cbuge d name to Mdissa 

Mdissa Ami Claisse 

By: Rot R. Clatose and 

GUH*to CldMe 

PetWooefs 

To: Ronald MyiMod 

Weaver 

Siadity Birodc Cdwtominium 

1500 Wtotftold AvStMie 

Sarasoto, Florida 83580 

to Chancery C77-1737 



This day cane Roy R. 
Claisse and Glorto Claisse 
PetitiaBers, and represent- 
ed that the objed d this 
procaediBg to to efled the 
adntion d toe above named 
inffent(s), Mdissa Ann 
Weaver, by JUf R. Claisse 
andGtoria Clalssfl, husband 
anA wife, and afldavit hav- 
ing bean made and filed 
that Ronald Raymond 
Wearar, a Batural pared d 
said ddldrrrtl), to a non- 
resident d toe StotedVir- 
gida, tbe last taiown post 
office address b<^:Shaddy 
Brook Coadomtoium, 1500 
Whitfidd Anabe, Sarasoto, 
Fto. 33580,'it to tberdore 
Ordered that tha said Ron- 
ald Raymond Weaver appear 
on or bdore toe 6th day 
d Jamiary, 1916 and to- 
dicate his/lier attitude to- 
ward tbe proposed a(^tion 
or dherwise do what is 
necessary to jH-dect his 
iderest to ttos matter. 
A copy teste: John V. 
Fentress, Cleric 
By: Patti A. Keenehan D.C. 
Alex H. A(&ins 
P.O. Box 12571 
306 Executive Bldg-Janaf 
Norfolk, Va. 23562 

VBS-11/23,11/30,12/7, 
12/14-41 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office d the 
Circuit Court ot tbe City d 
VirglnU Beach, VA on the 

Plaintiff, ^^K^- 

against : "';'" 

ArtVlksne, -« 
Ddendad. 

The object d this suit 
is to obtato a divorce a 
vincdo matrimonii from 
toe said ddendantrupcmthe 
grounds of one year se- 
paration. 

And an affidavit laving 
been made and filed that 
the defendad to a non-re- 
sident d toe State d Vir- 
gida, the last known post 
office address bbing: 1644 
Avenue B, Schenectady, New 
York, 12306 it is ts^er- 
ed that hedoaH>earand 
do what may be necessary 
to prdect his iderest in 
this sdt. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fortress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Clerk 
Tidewater Legal Aid 
Sodety 

147 Grad>y Street 
Norfott, VA. 

VBS-ll/2iS,ll/30,12/7, 
12/14-4t 



CRDER OF PUBLICA'nON 

to the Clerk's Office d the 

Circuit Cwirt of the City d 

Virgida Beadi, VA on tbe 

16to day d November, 1977 

Rebecca L. Webb, 

Plaldiff, 

a^Unst 

David Webb, 

Ddendad. 

The objed d ttos suit to 
to odato a divorce a vincu- 
lo matrimonii from thesdd 
<tefendad, iqton the grounds 
d one year's codtouousse^ 
paration. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and ffied tiat 
tbe ddodart is a non-re- 
sided d tbe ante d Vir- 
gida, toe last known port 
office address being: Route 
1, M-A, tarton, SootoCar- 
oUna it to ordered that he 
do app^r on or before toe 
6to (toy d Jammry, 199 
and do what may be aec- 
essary to prded hto to- 
tered to tUs sdt. 
A CQ|9-Teste: J<ta V. 
FentTHS 

By: Prttt A. Keenehan, De- 
prty,a«rk 
Jaaca B. MdCmry 
P.O. Bat 1044 
Virgida Beach, VA 

VBS-U/28,ll/S0,12/7, 
12/14 - « 



^r:Mtt4,XMaahaa,D.C. 
VB8-U/80, U/7 - 2t 



vmnOAl to toe Clerk's 
{meadtoeCiroMCeart 
d tia <tty d mn^i^ 

BMM^OBtoalMidayrt 
Mofv^ber, 1911. 



to re: Adaption d WiUtoni 

John Gde, Jr. aad ehuge 

of his aame to saaiud 

JwMBe Leiris, m 

By: Suaari Jerotoe Lewto 

Jr. apd Ettaabetb Lorraine 

Hand* Lewto 

Pdlttoaers 

Tb:S*ChaGate 

1101 Wert Ocean View 

Avenue 

Norfdk.VA 



to ^ilancary iC-77-lS49 

' (; 
» f 

Ttos day. came Samuel 
JeroBM Lewto, Jr. and Eli- 
aabeto Lomtoe flamer 
Uwto, Pettttoa«rs, and re- 
PTMMted toat tbe objed 
d tolit proceeding to to d- 
fed;the adoption d the a- 
bove lamed tofad (s), Wil- 
liam ioha Gale, in &mwl 
JerdAe Lewto, Jr. and 
Elis^rth Ltnraine Huner 
L«wbi^ hnrtiand and wife. 
and affidavit having been 
BMdi^aad filed toat Suk 
Cha Gale, a natural par- 
ed ^ add ehUd, to a 
noB-risldMt d the Stoto d 
Virdnto, the tort known 
post aiaoB address being: 
llOSJMOcean^lew 
Aranda, Norfolk, Virginto. 

It to therefore Ontered 
that til said Suk Cha Gale 
app^ 00 01^ before tbe 5to 
day qf January, 1978 and 
indicBte her atttfade to - 
ward the 'prap(wed adop- 
tioB, or otoerwiM do what 
to necessary to prded her 
idemt to toto matter. 
A copy terte: Jdm V. 
Fetttewss, Cleric 
^: %ttl A. Keenehan D.C. 
diaries E. Jenkins, VL 
804 Plan One Buildii« 
Norf(^, Virgida 23510 

VBS-ll/23,ll/.30,12/7, 
12/14 - 4t 



SHOW CAUSE ORDER 
Virginto: to the Circdt 
Cdvt d the City d Vlrgto- 
to Btoch on the 16to day d 
Nowmber, 1977. 
h re: tbe Estote d Richard 

It appearing tbat'inHi^ 
port ^, accounto d tHi- 
Uam'E. McCardell,Jr., 
Admidstrator d the Es- 
tote d Richard D. Maz- 
SUII9, deceased, and d the 
ddito and demands against 
his estote has bea' filed 
to the Clerk's Office d 
ttos Court, and that mwe 
than six mooths have dap- 
sad 'since the qnalfficatioa, 
ontodion d wllltom E. Mc- 
Catiell, Jr., Admldrtra- 
toi<, it to 

ORDERED that tbe cred- 
tors d, and all others to- 
terasted to, toe estrte do 
sbbW cause, if uiy they 
can, on the 14to day d De- 
ceifber, 1977, rt 9:30 a.m. 
bdore tbe Judge d tois 
Codrt againrt the paymed 
arti delivery d tbe Estote 
d Richard D. Maxzullo, de- 
ceased, to toe dirtrtortees, 
upon coadltiao that re- 
funding bonds be ported. 

tt to ORDERED that this 
nofice be publtobed once a 
week for two successive 
weeks to the Virgida Beach 
Sutk, a newqiape^ d gen- 
eral drculation to the City 
d Virginto Beach, Virginto. 

A Copy-Teste John V. 

Fentress Clerk 

By: J. Curtto Fruit D.C. 

CRENSHAW, WARE A 

JOHNSON 

1640 Virgida National 

BankBuUding 

Norfdk, Virgida 23510 

VBS-ll/S0,12/7 - 2t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATKM 

li tbe Clert's Office d the 

Circdt Court d tbe City 

cTviiiisto Bea^, on toe 

iftodaydlfavMBbM', 1977 

Strte Agbmy aad Traas- 

pJHtottoa Cfloimtostoaer d 

Vltftoto 

Platotiff, 

antort 

(HbaoB Eqalpnert (km - 

pmr, Oarias Grimslead, 

rtato, 

OafMdMl. 

The ob|ed d toto srtt 
to to aopire by eaadMa- 
Mtioa the toe rtaqde m» 
d a stoto d toad oototo* 
tog 0.6N Mi«, a 
toy eoastavrttai 
Mllaeart tonw^ ud apit- 
taaaert eaa«Mrt tor toe 
r^cation d cdrttog dUi- 
ties. 

Aad an affitevlt havtog 
Md ^ tort 




aM(aia'4tf 
gbmA touakaentolhape- 
tmeaer. ud tf he be da- 
eeased, toe aatoaa Ml add- 
reaaaa d Ha sufh^ 

tfuy, heirs at Uw 



daviaeea aadlddpttaaltoe 
Uea (»«dltonidalldttto 
parttoa it to ordarod thrt 
{^arlta (mtoMaMi He 1^ 
pear hera wtmA tai (1(0 
days after due pd^crttap 
bered, aad do what mf 
b« aecMaary to protod ua 
irtowrttottoasdt. 
A eopy-Te^: 
JdM V. Fedress, Ctorfc 
JCEtLAM, PICaCRELL A 
LAl^rat 

1020 F A M NaU Bank 
BIdg. 
Norfdk, VA 23510 

VBS-11/30,12/7 - 2t 



OROER 

virgida: to the Clerk's Of- 
fice d tbe Cinaiit Court 
d tbe City dViifida Beach 
on toe 18to day d NovMi- 
ber, 1977. 

to Re: AD0P1TON OF WIL- 
LIAM CRAK STYLES, Jr. 
By: Ctorles Harvey Morgan 
Jadce Curry Chambers 
Styles Morgan, 
Petitianers 

TO: WILLIAM CRAIG 
STYLES 
6458Ladrec 
Houston, Tocas 77088 
C77-323 



THIS DAY came Charles 
Harvey Morgan and Jadce 
Curry Chambers Styles 
Morgan, Petitianers, and 
r^reseded that tbe objed 
ot this proceeding to to d- 
fed the adoption d toe above 
named infad. WUliam Craig 
Styles, Jr., by CtorlM Har- 
vey Morgan and Jadce 
Curry Oiambers Styles 
Morgan, husband and wife, 
and affidavit having been 
made and ffled that Willtom 
Craig ^les, a aataral par- 
ed d saM child, to a non- 
resi<tart d the State d Vir- 
ginto, the ]Mt known port 
office address being: 6458 
Lautrec, Hourton, Texas 
77088. 

» to, tferdore; OR- 
DERED that the said WU- 
liam Craig Styles appear 
before this Court on or 
bdore the lOto d January 
1978, and indicate his at- 
titude toward the {u-oposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
what to necessary to jnt)- 
ted bis toterest to this mat- 
ter. 

A copy-Terte: John V. 
Fentress, Geit 
By: J. Curtto Fruit, D.C. 
William R. Moore, Jr. 
1106 Maritime Tower " 
Norfoto, Virginto 

VBS-11/30,12/7,12/14, 
12/21 - 4t 



ORDER 

Virgida: to toe Cleric's Of- 
fice d the Circuit Court d 
toe City d Virginto Beach, 
on tbe 22nd day d Novem- 
ber, 1977. 

to re: Ad(qition d AUsoa 
Mdiera Darts 
By: Kathleen M. Davto 
Germane aad Charles 
Frauds Germano 
Petitioners 
To: Walter H. Smito 
1355 Meadow Avenue 
Boulder, Colwado 80302 
to Chancery #77-1764 



This day came Kathleea 
M. Dayto Germano and 
Chariiss FraKis Geramo, 
I^etitiaaen, aadr^rMort- 
ed toat the d>jed dfiUs 
I»t>ceediBg to to ^ed toe 
adoption d tie dxwe nam- 
ed tofant (s). Alison Mrtwra 
Davto, by KatUeM Davto 
(^nano and Cautas 
Fraads Ganrtn, liutffaBd 
aad wtte, and affidavit bav- 
lag ben made uA IBed 
that Wrtta* H. Stalth, a 
aalntl par^ dsaid dUd 

ea), is a BOB-rertded d 
Stato d Vlrgtoia. the 
tort kMWB port office add- 
ress bdag: 135S Meadow 
Ave., Mdder, Orto. 1^ 
tt to thuwtaw Ortared^t 
the saM Wtttar B. 8aMi 
avpear oa or brtore toe 
12tt day d JMaary, 1978 
aai tortcM Ha amaie to- 



or ollMN^ do rt^ to 

BMa^aiy to prded Ms 

tatovart to Mb matter. 

An^ttMK 

J(*a V. ^attiMa, Ctet 

Bf: ^m^A.ltoM*^DLC. 



Vlr^laBaa)*. 



inr^to 



VW-11/30,U/7,12/I4, 
12/21 - 41 






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nM^^M^aHMBaaaaMaidMHSdMtohiiiiMhMntotoiiAffiMaiia 



aiBfl^Mli 



Pet of the Week 



setbooad. 



no ^e. H* Uk«s wetjme. 

caU Om IHriiito Bach S. 
P.C.A. at «i-3<01 wd BM^ 
ZadL Ht's imt^ ftv jraur 
call. 




Uncle Sam's a tutor MinOrS 




Uncle Sam's bstnei tutor. 

That was tbe remin- 
der from the Veterans Ad- 
ministration to veterans Mi- 
roUed in college vaiter tbe 
GI bm. 

TutcH-ing help is available 
to make sore veterans get 
the most from their college 
training. The free servic# 
is not charged against the 
veteran's basic GI Bill edn- 
catiooal a^tlement. 

The pnremmeirt did not 
pay tor titorial assi^ance 
for Worid War n and Kor- 
ean ccmflict veteran, VA 
said, but ODder present law 
VA wUl pay as much as |65 
a month for m<fA help ap to 
a maximom of flW. 

In addttioB to wterau and 



active doty servicemen, tu- 
torial benefits are also avail- 
able to widows, widowers, 
qxwses ' and children study- 
ii« under the VA's Depte- 
de^' Edu<»tioaal Asds- 
taace Program. 

Veteraas aad^^rvicHBeB 
atteading s^ool at the pdrt- 
secottdary level on at I^st 
a half-time basis are eli- 
gible if they have a dM- 
ciM<7 is a fiib]ect required 
in aa approved program, oi 
edMatioo, VA said. 

ApfdicatioB forms andfv- 
ther iniormatira can be eh- 
tained from any VA otRw 
er campus representative. 
The Virgiiria Beaeh claims 
service is at Cdvrthcnise and 
North Landing Road. 




in Rec Center 



By tEE CAHILL 
PtfUie Affairs Writer 

Min»>s Mder U years will be allowed to patnmize taUe 
top commercial recreatioD centers owter an ordiiumee 
49>roved by Virglola Beach City CodbgU I7 a vote of 8-1. 

Meyera CN)ei«dorf voted against the onUnuiee. Vice Ifqror 
Patrick L. Staad^ and <»oneilman George R. Furell 
wereai»eRt 

The OTdtattBce permits mlaors in estaUl^ffleirts except 
between tbe bmrs d 12:01 a.m. and 5 a.m. onless ac- 
companied by their parent or guardian. 

The original onfimnce prhlMts minors aider 15 tnm 
patronizing these asAers. 



Cumtinghcmi elected 



Homer W. Cmminghan of 
Va. Beach Cbainun of the 
Board and Chief EiKirttTe 
(Mfloer of PMG Ccmpuriles, 
bic., was iteeted SeflM m 
Vic« Pntidiat of tlw A - 
mericaa fiealtt Care Asso- 
ciatloB at flie Asirada - 
tioD's aaMal neetiag in &a 
Diep>, Caltfacida. TkB . 

AfflMi^i ReamT OuMt As- 
sod^iaB refifwmts near- 
ly 7,S00 pnprMary lad 
«»-pro|ffMu7 hnltt eare 



facilities with qpproxl - 
mately 7004100 bads. 

Ur. Cnalatftem has loog 
betti active te baalnMa and 
civic afUra in Vta^da 
Bea<A. Ba ta earreatty a 
member of tte Virgtnia 
Beadi StikofA Board, Chair- 
man of tte Vfarfft^ Bsach 
Meals On mwd^puAo^- 
ber (tf tte mgUa Beadk 
Plwwrtng rfflHHataidon bM 
aervM as a ttraetor oi the 
MatioMl Cooaen of Health 
Can SarvlcMi 



Kampiviri 

Maker ^.' Mfs M^ 



Wins 

I 

MttBriiMiawryl 

W. 



In Windsor Woods- - - 
Plaza — Qr^n Run 



TIM Cattwto Pmm 
0fttMHc4y^rtt 




7 pM, 8at4 9*30 4 tl AM. Sun. 

fm^^ 340-7112 



Virginia Beach 
Public Natices 



mms. OF piiBUK^ATioir 

In the Cl«k's (^te« of n« 
Cfertait Cocrt of tte City 
ofVininia«aaA.JAo*«» 

PUitttf, 



CbistiM 



AnB<:hysals 



IMandaal. 

the Ob^ flf W« salt|s 
to oMain a <ttvoree a fla- 
ealo matrimoi^ fran the 
aald defewliat. apon tte 
nroands cd Uvtag sapante 
ttd apart irtOant latar^ 
nQition and wlthoot cobaM- 
tatten, fbr more tlaa 
aasyear. 

And an afDdarit having 
made and fUed that 



8U, RavM Sq^part ^uttvity 
WaaMig hy aid la wlMiy 

ft Is ortenl^rt ha 49 

day of JtaMJT, ini and 

to iHtAacI Ha Uiarait tii 
thUaoIt. 

A cqpf-Tft^e: John V. 

Faatt^n 

By: P^tt A. Keen^Mn. Sa- 

potyidlMk 

Edmrd T. drfon, m 

tSMPaf^lleAvanaa 

P.QBeifi 

Viiflaia Baaeh, VA U4H 

VBS-IW«A12/14, 
l£/tl-4t 



tte defeadut la a nen-ra- 
•Uaat of the State et Tir- 
fii^ tbe Hit tnimi Mat 
af^aaddraaa teinr- nOO- 

CUcago, Blinola, 90aM ttis 

fffderad that aha do qpaar 

on or b^re the 11th day 

of Jaaaary, 1978 and do 

wiat may be neceaaary to 

protect her interest in tUs 

salt. 

A eopy-Teste: John V. Fan- 

traas 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 

pAy, Cln% 

Wmiam W. Marritt 

121c Graaby Street 

Morfolk, Va. 23510 

VBS-n/30,12/1,12/14, 
12/21 - 4t 



OBsm OF pubucahdn 

In tifr dark'a Ofllea oTtha 
Cirentt Coart of the City 
of Viifinte Baaeh, VA on 
tha imtey of Novamber 

itn, 

Boyd Lea Leodiardt, 
PWntif!. 



BialBat 
Oaadia. 



G&tSl OF PmUCATKMI 

of ^nr^aia Maeh. VA. on 

tbe 22na day onforambn', 

1977. 

IXmaa L«neriA Cbriatiaa, 

Plaiattff. 

against 

ChaiUa E.Christian, 

DefenAaat. 

The oMaet at this aait 
is to cMaia a (fiforce from 
tbe boMd of niuriaga from ' 
tbe 4aid dtfandaaft, tqxm tba 
grooMia of eraeHy. 

And n affMarit havli« 
ba«D ouMle and filed ttnt 
the dalandant is a non-re- 
sideiil of the Stafte^af 1^- 
ginla, ttalistknorafoataf- 
fice ajddrna ba&igrltoMn 



Vr-i. 



JaaaK^lay 
Leoidiardt, 

DeNBuAIR* 

Tba obieet of tbla suit 
is to oMaUi a dlvnta a 
viaeolo nuiMnuialtmM&tba 
aaM dataada^ opoB tta 
groanda of deattrtkai gr in 
tba i^omtiva ooa year 
coaHnaoaa aapawdtfoa. 

JM an aflldavtt hav^ 
be«i mda ud Iliad Oat 
tbe dtfaniial la a Mn-ra- 
sldeal of tia State of Vir- 
gfada, tba lail known jpM 
alBoa aiftjtoibirtaf fjtiiita 

dared ttat jAa do Opaar 
OB or befM« the 9^ Hlay 
at Jamary, 1939 aad4D aflat 
Buy he aecaaMfy to pro- 
tect bar latwast In tbis 
sott. 



A copy-Taste: John V. Feo- 
traaa 

By: P^ A. Kaenatau, De- 
pat^, CUok 
AAiat A. G0R7 
fjQthmL 829 
VtrginSa Baaeh, VA 2S4S1 

VBS-ll/M,12/7,12/14 
12/21 -4t 



PUMilC HOnCE 

^^e 21at di# of IHnramber, 1917, tba OmbcU of 
tbthCi^ of Vbj^ite Biarh, ^b^iatak, tOoflbbA aresola- 
IMi aaWlBd 'WMtattoK AaShondag tt» laaaanee and 
Sate of 111,900^100 Mbttc Inpr^ranant BoiMa, Sarlaa 
oC Itn, flf m m/M Vbglaia Baacb, Vb^ila. Merale- 
fwc AnttorisB^ and Aravidlag for ttO Pfmn, Oeli^ 
^^fi FayB i flnt T hwiaof " 

^^a» yeipoaaat^iar wrM^ tba bonda are fo ba iasned 
and Ha aamaat fi^ aa^ parpose ara«B Mkvs: 



, rtte acqoiritloti and imj^roiw- 
, caaatn^an, a^urgeaei^, rebfrnttoe 



of 8^»ol facllittes. I 7.9^,000 

Mprove and eitMd streets and hi^ways, 
tadadhvrt^ofwayacqal^tfon. l,l2t4Se 

Q yu at ii i i aie ii tfnS la ipro y a me nt a ai aarfaee 

dE^«ta aystoa. 712,991 

%c^:tag of l^atfiawHi Btt^r fi7,0W 

PlaBBinf , alta aeqp^ritioa and ImmotaaBwO Bt 
CHHtnetloo, anlaffainaata, raaeliMii ttd a^MpMI «f 
maielBal haUdbai; IncldBac artt mMl0Ktmsmim, 
NmSoiMrftaRr, iimda mMaaaw* 
mi mtt»lHmm, fin statloaa, »mm adadtiatra- 
tioB bafl&t, aotntlfla hofidhf, a^or vaMc^ptrage 
tttttdhm: batltb tlepartmeBt bMUtag and 
ilfbrary. 



2^,999 

nunlH, sita aeqi^tlOB and lawnnmnoto, eamrm^ 

ii^Itlaa. tacMlac boat raa^^ p^tag momtu, fc- 

bftcatlon sbep, ooaamMilty caiMr ud 

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amm of pubucation 
Vlrgtaia: hi ^ Clroitt Coort 



of thaCtty ofViigiaia 



ghda n^ni^ and Traimporatlon 
OaMimimtr of Vlrgtaia, 
PiM^Aiar, 

GIBSON EQUIPMENT COMPANY 
Sprva: Baaiaaln J. Levy, 
RatiiiiratfAiaBt, 
lOl^lral MUiag. 
PtKlmmM, l^fitfa; 
(^ASL^^IKSTEAD, and if ba 
be da«Baaad, Mi aarvt^ 

imttmMA airipa, and ttie 
lin enOSbsm of aU of nid 
partta8,itt«^ tti»« ba, and 
dl olherpenMna hnriai an 
lirtM^wt bi tba pR^^ to be 
eoQdoiiaad bjr JUi proeaodtag, 
te aamaa of idl irtriid sartioa 
are oAaoim ta^ patt^hwer 
|yad an proe«rtad aplaat as 
"Putiea Vtftaova"; 
and 

0.010 Acre of Luid» llore iff Leas, 
a Taanraary Cottrtro^iaa ^sanant 
and a ramaa^ Easanaot f^ ttie 
RaloeatioB of Exlirtlng Vtttltlaa, 
00 Property Fropttag on Mrdnedk 
Road, LyaBhaven Bwoogh, 
Vtrgbda Beach, Vifglnla. 
Defradants. 

b> ttia proceediiv the petitioner sedu to acquire by 
eootennatfoB ttiO tea simple title of a atrip of land con- 
tain d.ceo aere, a temporary eooatrnctlcoaaaemaaiand 
a permumt aasaBtent fOr the relocation <tf ndstfaiKatO^- 
tlea at^acent tterato, for oaes and purposes of tte pett- 
ttooer In coonectloh lAth its pniact known as Project 
^000-134-108, RW-201 (North IKriiMd Boad wMe^}. 
wfticb aaes and poposas are more partiadarfydaamhaQ 
ik thaMttttOB and ekMttts terato on file in the itfEleo 
of tiie Clark of tbla court, to wblidi rd^erence is ber^ 
made tot a ftil and ^curate d^cr^^on thereof ui^ 
for ttie ajpoMtpant of coinmlatiaDen to asearbdn 
Just eoaaimMtfOB to tbe ownara of uy aabita or lalareai 
la ttkaiffoperiy tobatiksnoralteetadasaresidtoftba 
taking and use ttieraof by tta petttloner. 

For ml^ pofpMea, tbe pHittooer will m»f to ttw 
coort, ^ttag at Pri»iM8 Anne Statloo, Virgil Baa^, 
l^rgftla, on Oa 14tb day of Deeember, 1977, at 9:20 
iLM,M m aa aooB ttarMftn* as patttioiiar may be teard. 
lor fltt anauwnain ai eoauMaauaBra^io^^^rearflunjBn 
conqM^araoB as aibreaaftd. 

iUid it'qVMrihf by aflldavi| fllad acontlhig to law 
ttM na poet MSOa address A Charlefr Crim^aad la 
oBtanvn to ttil pf^tttoner; that If be be dacaaaod, tto 
namoa and aiidressaa of hia murrttdag ap9Qs«t f W(> 
bdn at law, davsnes and aaalgna, and tta Uaa er«u- ; 
tore dr all of aafel partlM, if anr fliere be, and ^ ail 
otter parsMu baring an toterest to tt« fHropoir to be 
oooribHwaed by tUa prOcaeedtog. eKept G^son E«n^- 
nent Coeu»qr. are attnown to tba p^tlooen vbo has 
baan mim to aaeartato tbalr ^aa and addraaaw }iif 
tfMdH|#nc«i tt b acomUngly KSBSSHSD tkittte a|Or«t 
aati pnvdiiii do appear wlAn fSirOiKn days alter 4iia 
pobneattoa of tUa order to the dMrTa (Nfica oTIba 
CIrcalt Court t>f toe (^ of Virgtak Beach, VlrtlBto, 
aid do what la aaooMary tonotact tb^ totereste: 
, and itla FimTHER ORDERED that jf any of tba aald 
parsou dMlraa to listtrt any obf}ec^(ai or ^aua t9 
ttw taldag oc <haag1«t lof his propei^y (^ to tbe Juris- 
i^mm of tba ItsHii to baar tha caaa ttd to ^aad vlto 
tba vpotetotaal of coaattsalonera, be ttaU fltehto anawar 
and groods ofdaienae deaigaiflag Ua l^a^ tottio 
nrc^ertir to ^ ffOBdamiiad, toe gromato of aagr oltiecl-- 
ioo or dtfaaa* to Iba taldag or anuq^ oiMa loterafit 
im to toe Jmrtedietton of the eoart to hear to«^tfa and 
to proeaad wMi tfa appobtoianl of <»fflmisstaien for 
tba datertolai^m of JaAc(HBpanaatto(a. 

aarani My HKdiottarlBil to fileUa answer and gromda 
<A Maiau as beretmdwva iffoviito^ tt^ failure aimll 
not jr^ada toe owaer tnm aipearlag ob toe date aat 
lor /tea rapoUtoteal of conuntasfanare omt Arom^re- 
paaiiag en^neo as to to^ vate^oa and damage aw 
ftom itering ia tbe. anird of i«< coaagwsatlonscccgtl- 
tog to Ms lnl«^ toarrin or otoanrise prota^tog Us 
tUf^* M mRft fillve shall preeloia ai^ Omwr ftora 
any other ^l^nse by a«y of plMS to bar, ahyenaitf 
or (^harviao. 

KELLAM. PIOERELL AND LAWLER, p.q. 
jfJUMsllPkiEtm 
I026 Fir^4 lifrchaitfa Bank Building 
Itorlofk, Vbitoto 2SS10 



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NO|^OF PUBUC HEARING 

■ne rwOkr inaetli« of tbe CooacU ol tbe City of Vlr- 
jlateBaneh wlli bebaia to tbe Comtt fihttdiRs of toe 
ISiatratton BUMag, City BWJP^ieaMAaMStattott, 
VIxiMa BcMdi, VlrgliiU on Moodi^ DMaabar 19, 1977, 
at W P.II.I ^ «Mdi tima too totloartag aivtteations 
Mllbabcivd: 

axmnagtkL \m, pbuut: 

TiRINCESS ANNE BOROtKffl: 

1. AppUcatton of J. C. Asptowall, Jr., for a CondltioBal 
Daa Panait for the expansion of a mtol-warebaiue on 
certato praparty located on tba Wast sMa of Sootb 
Lyittavan PaHnray bagtaoing at a poM 1020 fast more 
or lass Itortb of Hollaad Road, raantog a distucft of 70 
fast along tba Weat aida of Sonto LyBOhavan Parkway, 
naataf n dMaace of S93.59 laat to a Noribwastorly 
dlraodoai, rnaotog a diatanca of 293.85 liat to a Sooto- 
vaitoriy dinetkft. raaatog a diataaeo ol 420 feat more 
or laaa to a Soolbeaattfly dlraefloa, nmlag a dMaaea 
of 420 eeet mon or lass ib a Nortbsutiriy dbroettaM 
and nianlac a distaace of 229 feat mart or Ma to a 
Soatbaastany dlraetion. Said parcrt flontatoa 4:09 acrea 
more or less. (The Lakaa Area). PRlKCEflS ANNE BOR- 
OUGH. 

LTimBATQI B080UQB: 

2. AppUeatitt of na Lynnbaveo Dnitod Matoodiat Cbareb 
for a Condlttonal Oae Patmlt tor a chucb «• oartate 
praarty located on the Santo sMa ol Uttlo Neck Road 
ba^iiiiv at a point 290 fatt mora or laaa Weat ofBar- 
rtf Road, nmntog a dialanee of 149.22 fttt atoag tbs 
Easten property Una. nmnlBg a distanca of 99.79 lait 

directton, mnatog a dto«BaGai)f 297.40 
diractton, ruaalag a diaiaaca of 101.50 
racriiiiMittJly dinettoa, raaalai a dlitaaca of 182.90 
feat to a SoatbwaatMly dbvettoa. nanlag a dlataaea of 
928 fast atoag tba Waatarn praparty Una. niMdag adto- 
taaea of 101 J7 fast to aa EaArly diraetioa, rtattv a 
ttrtaaea of 96.29 fast to a Souther^ ^raeS^, 



na noBQ, nnvuv 
Easten property 1 

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40 tMt in u ill eettoa, rttwlne 

riiiiM:u<>E, McUam Of MO fe«t mor* ( 

l e^ jOoL, ■ of Little Nw* Road. Sa 

•^N BORf 



<^ Lesley Bryan StoUNirne, Jr. re<)ttcsU a ttrtewe 
allow the parklDf of major recreational e^^dgywit 




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3. AttlMttlon of Harry E. Ttwrna tor a Contittonal 
Uae Permit for a residential keoael on certain profwrty 
located on the North side of Landstown Road beglaniiv 
at a point 821.04 feet East of Salem Road, niBBii« a 
disUnce of 293.7B feet aloi« the North side of Laads- 
town Road, running a distance of 7S8.2S feet along the 
Eastern property line, running a distance of 299.0S 
feet along the Northern property line and nmaiiv a dis- 
tance of 774.41 feet along tbe Western property Une. 
Said parcel contains 5 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOR- 
OUGH. 

4. Annlication cf Manas Corporation for a Condttioaal 
Use Permit for a mlidatnre golf course on certain pro- 
perty located 15 feet more or less East of LfHrimvea 
Parkway beginning at a point ISSiOfeet more or toss North 
of HoUaod Road, running a distance of 441.94 feet along 
the Western property line, nmoing a distane* of MS.M 
feet along tte Northern property Une, nmning a dls- 
teflce cK 533.96 feet along the Eastern fH-eperty Um 
and mming a distance of 410.51 feet along the Sondiem 
nrtaerty line. Said parcel contains 3.9 acres. PRIN- 
CraS AMME BOROUGH. 

KEU^SVILLE BOROUGH: 

S^ AppUcatiu a The iMapsTille Ctepel for a Coott- 
tkml Use Permit tor « etaun^ <» e^rttia v^mr^ 
located at the Nortkw^ isiersMtiflB of Orerlud Road 
and l^erlapd C^rt. rmta^ a .iMsMe tdJMM feet 
idog the West site at Onn-bad Road, rnniA^ a ^- 
taaoi of 219.77 fe^ al(»g tte Norftern ivniMtr fine, 
nnnliig a distance of 173.44 ^t fei a SoSmly #r- 
e^on, rausdng a distance of US.? fe^ te an &iMeily 
(ttfeeOoo, rHiiag a di^aMe of 150 feet ta aSo^wr^ 
direettoi and ruming a distance (tf 200 feet atMlg tte 
Neitt side ot Ovw^md Covrt &M nwrctf oon^iais 
1.94 Mres. OCempsTille Heights Area), KEMPS - 
VILLE BOroWJH. 

6. ^ lia itt ffln ol Amoco Oil Canpaiiy for a Coadttimml 
Use Pniatt for a Self-serrice gasoline stattdii on^r- 
ttin iit^erty located at the Sotteast iat»seetfoi> <4 
bdto River Road and Sottth Military Hid^nmy, nm- 

a distance oi 103.96 fe^ aloqg tte l^urt^Ueof 
MUitarf l^hvay, mnniag a distant M 149.M 
feel itag tte Soi^hem proper^ line, nouiag a d^ 
tanee of 109.01 fec« along tte Western prcpM^ Itte, 
twaim a dirtance of 120 feet al(mg tte iMttsUeof 
Indiaa River Road Snd nnning a distance 0(^.11 feet 
in a Sottttwesterly direction. SaM pared ccmlatts M,000 
sfflnUe feet m<u-e or leu. KEliPSVn^LI BDROlKiR. 
AMBIDMENTS: 

7. H4tkn of the Planning Commission of the CU$ tf ^- 
ginia Beach to amend and reordain Artide I, Section 
HI, of the Comprdwesive Zoiing OrdtaaiM» perbin- 
ing ^ definition of zero side yara sett;^ Bne. Ilore 
detaited information is available in tte Dqiertmeirt 
(tf TliBDing. 

8. MotioB gi the Plaudng Commission cStbe City of Vir- 
gida^Eeadi to amend and reordatt Sectioa 4-4 of ^ 
Subdifrision Ordinance relating to lots. More itetailed 
info^^iidn is available in the Department (tf Plaa- 
niagi.-, 

9. ICotioa of the Plannii^ Commission of tte City of 
Vir^a Beach to amend and reordain Article 1, See- 
^M lis, of the Comprehensive Zmlng (^tUnanoi lo 
esta0dyi a R-10 R^dential District. Hen delailed 
Irtai^tion is available in the DepartmeDt of Plaa- 
litog.' 

Plats Witt more dialled information are aralUUe 
in tte D^rtm«it of Planning. I 

mdAnlJ.Webbon i 



^i^iiiUMod Of b*^»i ttaMMHIfe 
.iHHp toapnbUeiUHHHp 
imnraH WMdows, 640 White CmP1DHI%. 



NOtiCE or PUBLIC HEARING 

The VirglttU Btech Boafd of Zoning Appeals will eoodoct 
a JWld Hearing <» Wednesdajr, December 1977. at 
1:30 p.m. in tte Council Chambers, Admi^ti«tiOB 
Bttildttg, Municipal Center, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
lie f(fllovtag_|£|0ieations will appear on tte agoida. 
'-DEJff£rat^A€HpDA: . 

LlD^erred Oe4<*er 5, 1977). (^ea Door Chapel by 
'Pmz ^eg^niann, Pastor, requests a variance of .89 
licjrini to 2.11 seres instead of 3 acres as required for 
^a ctarch on Parcel E, Windsor Oaks West, 3908 Bol- 
land Road. Kanpsville Bcnimgta. 
"2. (D^errtd October 5, 19Tr). Westmlidster-CaBterbury 
''Of Rampftori RMdl, be. by Sam Houston requests a 
"virtaue^ (tf 90 fe^ in builttng heif^t to 165 feet in 
^ hei^ instead (Mt 75 feet as allowed and of 343 on site 
, piitiii^ spaces to 343 parking t^ces instead of 686 
' paiiEisg ^ec^ as reqidaed (variance request amaded 
' itm previous »ivertising) <» Tract A, All (tf mtx^ 
A tjut B and closed potions (a Ocran Avenue and 7tt 
Stre^ (U seres); LfiU«vte^aeh, Shore Drive. Lym- 
r haven Biffough.' 
3. (D^erred November 2, 1977). Jamra Beaw^iamp, 
Jr. requests a variance to allow Uk parking of majra* 
recremoittl equiinneid in front of a bidUing instead 
'^of biMsA' the QMrest portion ,tf a bnil#ig accent to 
a i^iUc street m Lot 9, Mode 5, Se^n 4, Wind- 
sor WogkIs Bouleurd. Kem{»ville Borough. 
REGULAR AGEMSA: 

1. 9aN|ik €. and iUiae B. AMttgtwi, Jr. request a 
^irteoee of 5 fe^ to a 10 foot side yuii ad^c»t to 
a stre^ (71^ ftreet) i^e«d of Mf feet as req^red 
i^lM I, Block 7, Se<Ak» E, (^e tlmrj, 1W16 Oceen- 
front. LymhavMi !l^roi^. 

2. Herbert G. Datfal by AsMon H. PuUy, Jr., Attorney 
requests a i^Huce ot 2 feet in teMe hdgldtoaS 
ftM iutead of a 4 ftxrt fen^ as altowed in a mpdred 
s^Mck from a street (Parinmod Court) on Lot 24, 
Blo^ 2« 3940 Old Forge Road, mpdsor Woods. Kem{ffi- 
vUleBiH^i^. 

3. Dr. Beriird D. Packer 1^^ Grover WrtUM, Attor^, 
remiH^ a ^Hsutiance et 5.7 fetf to a 4.3 isot dcfe yam 
settaek insteaul ctf 10 feet as retired (aerttprc^rty 
line) sttl a variance of 21.9 ^ to m 1.1 M rear 
3«ra s^badE instead of M feet as re<piired eta rear 
yard adja^tt to tte Atlantic 0<»an oa Mt 9, C^te 
H^ry Pn^erty ol Codce, Got&mt uA Home, CapeBwry 
88(S Ocn^rwrt. LynetevM Borw^. 

. 4. Adrian L. Dai% requests a mriuMBe to allow %t 
'pari^ of ma^ reereirtlOHd ^s^pMtf in btxi ei a 
'j^te% iBSt^ tt behind the nearest portiw(rfabttBMng 
^adJIc^^ayiUie street oo Lot 22. BipckA, Aohes- 
^tinrne ?\ Wliitrturst Laidine. Section 1,S5SS llew CieiMy 
4wve. Kemiwfille Boroi^. 

■%. Ernesto V. Guarin requests a ntriaace to altow tin 

parting of major reereattNal t^^mmi in ftt^ dl a 

boilding instead of behind the n^rest prntiw <^ a |^d- 

'tng MQaoiHit to a public str^ on UA 19. BtodcR, 

'-"Section 2, $52 Old Post l^oad. Winteor OAs W^t 

k'^Kempsville Borough. 

'6. John W. Bergman req«Ms s wim^ to lOhnrtto 

-parking of a mi^ recn^kMl eqn^^ in ttmA (tf 

a bnikHng instead of ^Uad flw pearMt pollen oi a 

building adlaceot to a pddfe i^etf m Lot 31, ^c^on 

Jl, Princess Anne PlaM. SS3 XMlh BettnM IMve. 

ud Lwdnte t. VeMi r«^M a vaitew^ 
01 £ leet 111 fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 
4 foot fence as allowed in a required setback from a 
'^MnMt (Edtria Drive) on Lot 22, Block G, Fez Run, 
,;478f Post Onk Drive. KempsvlUe Borongh. 
.8, Larry E. Bostle requests a vtriance to allow the 
::parklng of major recreatioml equipment to front of a 
;'baildU)| iwriMd of behind t&e nearest portion of a 

TMiMtiw a(tt«r(>ti( In a raihlir ctrMit 00 I^ 7, BlOCk R, 

801 OM Post Court! 



Hi fron* 
tlon of 

Section ji, jfemi 
Bayside Borough, 

10. Sam F. and Dotothy L. Roberts Tmmj inrinace 
to allow ovemlgM ptxfcing of a coiiDMNliU iwieto grea- 
ter than 3/4 ten eapncity In a renldenUat district where 
prohibited on Lot 4, Block U, Seetloa 2, Part t, Windsor 
Oaks feat, 60Q Saddle Rock Road. KempsviUe Borough. 

11. Nathaaiel Kmmbain requeste a variance of 6.6 fM 
to a 3.4 foot side yird setback instend of 10 feet as re- 
quired (went propdrty liiae - addition to eiiatlai bone) 
on Lot 10, Bkck 7. Ubermeer, 110 9ltt Street Lynn- 
havea Boroagii. 

12. Jut JmaiMOB r«|B^U a variaace of I.Ot feet 
to a 49? Ml aide yud setfaaA instead ol 10 JeHns 
reqfitared (aiMtt pnMrty line) and of 19.54 fsM to « tt.46 
m mar UMI ni^Mit % the Altatte Aeeuun^M of 
10 liat aa MHir«d ^w^nd fUxv aH^oa Md ieek) 
on teMna 40 laet of Lot 2 and MorlheniiOtaftof 
Ut% Btoefc IS, SeetloB D. Cape Heary, U06 OCeaiftMt. 



15. Anea Md UiUs C. Goodfarfa t/a Vlity RM^jeaai- 

rr request a nrianee to altow paitt« to ttii iriiirtd 
toot aettiek irooi bott Tbnrstoa Avenne nd Stter 
AsMl OB Parc^ U, Uepni Industottl Parit> M^wit 
e^iar of ThurstM Av«mw and BOtt Itonrt. A^iMe 

14. ftroU A. aodAaasla^Grain^rl9AaMiCi&Jl, 
AgmA, reqneste a vaituce of 8 lert to a gS IHtllinat 
j*i4 Mttaac Mte^ of SO feet as required oiilMit SO, 
Tract B-C. Secaon 3. Sladbridge. 2849 S. aili^pf^r 
Read. Pnago BntMi^. 

U. AV AswcMes, (^otract Owner, by Ctaria^tedtton 
rei^i»ts a varlanc^e of 2 feet in fines h^i|M«l^a4l foot 
fence iiBtead of a 4 toot fnice as tflowadUiaiiiqiared 
setback from a street ^r^gfat Luie) and «{. 5 feat to a 
20 fdot buUdiag sottaaE Irom Fr«f^ Llae iBifead of 
2S feet u rsqdred ahd to allow a partinal»' driff«way 
tt tfee reqnized settMfc frtua bolli Pfaigiit l«Be aad 
aoot&em ftwienrd ittere proMUted on Pilptt p. mntt- 
aart eoraer of 3entteni Boulevard and ft^ki» Une. 
Keuaville Binvai^. 

16. TtanM S. and Nancy J. Grivea request a vatlmice 
of 20 feet to a SO foot front yard setbndc iaatand of 50 
feet as reqaired ot Lot 14, Trad D, Action 1, Saadbridge 
BeacS, 3316 S. Saaiaiddler Road. Pungo Aoron^ » 

If. JttKd e. Smtth reqoeste a variance of S lett to a 
5 foot skte jnrd settadc testoad of 10 fe^ aa repaired 
(we^ priparfy Itee-storaia addlOoal ea Lote^aodO, 
Blodc m, Virglala Bea^, 2810 BaWe Aveaaa. Virgbda 
Beadi BorMgli. 

18. George Metq;er tty WyUe R. Coote, Jr., A^«t, re- 
queste a rarteaee <rf 15 feet t» a 15 fool rear yard set- 
back instead ot SO fe^ as reqirired of a rear |wrd ad- 
jacNit to the A^antte Oc«m on Lot 5, Mod[ 13, Section 
D, Oyie Heary Syafflcate, Oceaafront and Slat Street. 
Lynnhavm Boro^ 

ALL APPLTCARTOMUST APPEiUl BEFORE THE .4^ 
BOARD. i 

W. L. Towers 
Secretary 



VBS-11/SO, 12/7 - 2t 



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NOTICE OF PVBUC HEARING 

The Vir^te Beadi PtemOng CMamiuioa will hold a 

Public ReaHar4iiTaedda7,Aepentb»i^m^lfn,^«t 12:00 

^"^WgmL ^PAe ImMii mVxsOoDs wttl i9pe«- oa tte 
.'-sgenda:-'-^ ;-?',? -' 

REPAIRED BACK TO PLAIWING COMMISSION BY 

CITY COWieiL OrOCtOBER 17, 1977: 

1. Petite ef Jaa^ E. Baylor for a Ouuve ot Zoiing 
District CUs^catkia trom R-9 R«ride^sl To 
Distrid to A-3 Apartment Distrid on certain 
located on the West side of Pleasure Hooae 
ginidng at a point 100 feet Nortt <d Brigadom : 
nmntng a distance (tf 100 feet along tbe West tUtni 
Pleamire House Road, running a dtataace of 448 Nit 
more or 1ms along tte Northern propnty line, nm^ 
a distance of 410 feet along tte WoAwa pr op erty tee 
and rmming a distance of 435.61 fert aloog tte Soirtberii 
property line. Said pfircel contains .85 acre. BAYaOB 
BOROUGH. 

REFERRED BACK TO PLANNING COMMISSION BY CITY 
COUNCIL ON NOVEMBER 7, IWR: 

2. Motion of the Planning Commission of tte City of 
Vir^nis Beach to amend and reordain Article 1, tec-', 
tion 111. of tbe Comprdiensive Zoning Ordinance per- 
taining to definitiim of zero side yard settaek Uae. 
Moto detailed information is available in tte D^rtmmit 
(tf Plaming. 

3. MotlM tA tte Plaadng Commissi^ of tte City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Section 4.4 of 
tte aAdiririoi Ordinance relaitag to lote. More detailed 
infnrmatioB is avalldfle to the Dqatrtmed of Plannteg. 

4. MOtton of the Plaimb« Cownission of the City of 
Virginia Beadi to amend and reordain Article 1, Sec^ 
tton 102, of the Comprdmidve Zoidng Ordinance to es- 
tabltdi a R-10 Residential Distrid. More detailed infor- 
matiaD is avayidde in tte Department (rf Planning. 
DEFERRED 60 DAYS BY PLANKING COMMISSION K3» 
OCTOBER 11, 197T: 

5. Petttiott by motidi of tbe nanning Commission of tte 
City Of Vlr^ Beach to asMdlSh an Historic and Cd- 
tural IHsb^ on «rtato sttverty located on the Soittta 
side q( Virginia %adi Bodevard begintib« at a potot 900 
fed ra<»re or I«b8 East <a Grovetend Road, numing a 
didaace of 946.54 feel along tbe Seutt side of Virginia 
Beach Bodevard, rm^ng a lUstuice 150.62 feet in a 
Soutteriy direetion, runSng a distant of 162.82 feet 
to an Eaderly i&nettoa, running a distant (rf 26.24 
fed to a N<Hrtberly ttrectiOB, tioming a distance ctf 
50.68 fed to a Nutteastniy diredioD, mntogadistanee 
d 669.3 fed to a Sodhwster^ (ttredioo, running a 
distance of 1063.7 fed to a Souttwesterly direction, 
mmdng a (ttstaowe <^ 691 fed to a NwttwMterly direc- 
tioa itod rw^ng a distance of IVUM fedatong tte Wes- 
tern property Itoe. S^d parctf M^iitti 34.843 acres. 
^ds Witt mi»« (totatted tadOri^Mn are aviilalte in the 
OcnrtaMt^f nmtat, (Prii^ss^A^Platt-Grovelaod 
PariAeHe nMenULre^ LYMMkAVEN BOROUGH. 

6. PettMsn tt inBtom W. Rob^teon. Peart ^es Robert- 
son and Moneer Stor aad Lot fn- a Ctage of Z<Hiiiii 
Ustrld ClassificattoB from »-l (MBes K^ld to B-.2 
CiMuwBl^- B n sto e ss lUMM on ^rtato pnyerty located 
on tte East side of HbOaad Boad begfinring at a poial 
730 |Mt m«^ or ton &Mtt «f i^oaedKMre Road, ruaaint 
&diiiH«e«f m.« fed atong the End side of HoUaal 
^lad, ffaayat a dtoMM^ of W.M fled tea Nortteasterly 
diredton, ruMi^ a 4istaw» ^ 154.77 fed to a Nortt- 
wertwAy <ttrKtlm and rwHring a distance of 696.70 
tet la a S^ntmUuijf ttr^lon. ^d parcel cMlaina 
2.64 acres. PBMCESS AMtE BCNM3U(^. 

7. i^^i^ttoB cf PtoMW^v udLok.a VIrginta Umitetf 
Partnersh^ for a Coaditiooal Use Permit for minl- 
warahonaea^on oartato property located on the Ead side 
Hi HtdJaad Road baflttaing at a poiat7Sefed more or less 
Soott of Stoanslwre Ro^ nanlag a dlstaaea of 177.68 
fed along tbe East side of Bdtaad Road, rondag adU- 
taliM nt7«€.03 fed to a Northeasteriy direction, mnnlng 
a diataaee of 154.77 fed to a Norttvastorly direction aai 
roaaiag a distaace of 696.70 ted to a Soottwestorto 
dlraettOB. Said parcel contains 2.64 acres. PRQICES 
ABBE BORMJGH. 

8. Applieatioa of Hiram L. Overstred for a Condlttoaal 
Use Permit tor s balk storage yard on cerlato property 
located on the Nortt aide of Laadstowa Road beginBii« 
at a potot 618.35 fed But of Prtocaas Aaae Road, nn- 
niag a distaace of 74.40 fed doaf tfea Rdrtt «Me of 
Laodstown Road, running a didanee A 1117.03 fed atong 



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fed along the Itofttdii property Bne and ranning a itts- 
taiwe of 1127.03 feet atong tte Western prt^rty ]im. 
&id nv«M eontatos 1.92 acres. PRINCEI^ ANNE 



REGULAR AGENDA: 

suBwnaoN variance: 

9. Mprision Vartonce: Appeal trom Dectoima d Ad* 
mM^NMve C^ken to r^rd to eertato ^bmMs «t 
tte MJBHstoe ^tmum, MAridon for Hasty Perry 
aadlii^ Bi Mrry, Pfnyerty focatod 00 tte Wed side 
of Oeeana Boulevard, Soott of Oc^n Gardea Stred. 
Plds Witt more dd^iBed idonnation are available to 
tte DnartiMd (^ P^di«. 

10. liMttliM VariMie: Appeal frm Decisions of Ad^ 
n^Mcifliw Onetn to regud to eertato elemoito ot 
tte SUbittvtoton Ordinance. Snbdfvidoo for Willard P. 
Whitafturd. Property loci^d 00 tte Wed side of Prto- 
CMS Anne Road, 1109 fed Soutt of Indian River Road. 
Plate Witt mwe (fetilkNi information are available to 
tteDepartmntef PlamUv. * 

CHANGE OF ZONmO^TRTCT CLASSIFICATION: 

11. Petition €t Bonne's C<Hiier Assoctates, a VIrginta 
General PartMrsi^, tot a Chaage of Zodng Distrid 
ClassiflcattoB from R-8 Residential DtoUld to B-2 ' 
Cnnmudty-BnsiMss Dtotrid on eertato property located 
on Wed side of KempsviUe Road beg&dng at a potot 
2]^ led Ncfftt of Indian River Road, nunl^a distance 
of 16^.05 fed more or less along tte Bedside of 
KempsviUe Road, nmning a dista»:e of 33<^fed more or 
less along tte Wed side d Whiteirarst Landtag Road, 
running a distabce of 338.05 feet to a Souttwesterly dir- 
ection, running a distance oi 114.78 feet to a Northerly 
direction, nondbg a distance of 717.95 fed to a Soutt- 
west«-ly direetioo, running a distance of 1131 fed to a 
Soutteriy directioB, running a distancn of 1560:89 feet 
more or less ntong Ok North ddeof hfiaa River Road, 
naming a distdice of 118.71 fed to a Nortterty direc- 
tion, running a distance of 46 ted la an Easteriy dir- 
ection, ruadag a distance of 100 f^ to a Northeriy 
directton aad tanning a distance (^ 199.56 fed to an 
Easterly diredlon. Said parcel contatos 57 acres. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

12. Petlttoi^ of Lassiter and Assoctates, toe, for a 
Change of Zoning Didrid Classificatioo from B-1 Busi- 
dMS-Residenttal Didrid to A-1 Apartmed JHsMct on 
eertato property begindng at a poid 150 feet Nortt of 
tte idersedion of Level Green Bodevard and Drew 

. Drive, running a distance of 375 fed along tte Wedem 
property lite, running a distance of 86 fed along tte 
Norttem property line, nmning a distance of 531.17 
feet dong ttte Eastern property line, running a distance 
of 138.89 fed along tte Nortt side of Level Green Bou- 
lerard, running a distance of 150 fed more or less in 
a Northwederly direction and running a distance of 180 
fed more or less to a Westerly direction. Said parcel 
cratatos 2.508 acres. (Lewi Great Area). KEMPS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 

13. Petiti(» of W. B. Gallup, D. D. Gallup and Wayne 
Sbeffy for a Change of Zoning Distrtot Classification 
from A-1 ^Murtment Didrict to B-2 Commudty-Busi- 

w ness Didrid on eertato property located at tte Nortt- 

'f west ider-section of Old VIrginta Beach Boulevard 

'" and Birdneck Road, rumiing a distance of 394.53 feet 

( aloog tte West side of Birdneck Road, running a dis- 

^ tance of 175.30 fed dong tte Norttem property line, 

running a distaace of 353.73 feet along tte Western 

property Une, running a distance of 164.84 feet dong tte 

North side ot Old Virgida Beach Bodevard, and run- 

dng around a curve a distance of 18.33 fed. Sdd parcel 

contains 1.9 acres. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

14. Pdition of David G. Barnes and Charles J. Bunn for 
a Change of Zoning Didrid Ctassiftoation from R-6 
Residentid Didrid to R-8 Residential Distrid cm cer- 

: .- Jjlo. ptOBI ^.to ji^ed at tte Nortbwi^ totersection of B 

Strod and Ban^ron IMve, running a distance of 100.94 
te^ dong tte West dde of Bartierton Drive, rundng 
a distaace at 218.39 fed dmg tte Norttem property 
line, nmning a distance (rf 127.93 f^ along tte Wedem 
property line and running a dtatance of 189.88 feet dong 
tte N(»1h s|de^ of B ^red. Sdd parcel Contains .53 
acre more m less. LYIQTHAVEN BOROUGH. 

15. Petition of Hdcteson Redty, be, tar a Change of 
Zodng Distrid Ctassification from R-8 Reddentid Dto- 
trid to 0-1 OtBce Didrid 00 eertato property locded 
on tte Soutt side of New Provtoence Road beginning at 
a poid 270 feet Ead of Beryl Avenue, running a distance 
of 92.80 fed dong tte Soutt side of New Providei»ce 
Road, rundng a distance of 78.83 feet to a Sodherly 
direcUon, rundng a distance of 76.80 feet to a Soutt- 
westerly direction, running a dtatance of 109 fed to a 
Northwederly direction, and rundng a distance of 95 
fed to a Nnlheaderly dreetlon. Sdd parcel omtains 
.33 acre. (Avdoo Hilta Area). KEMPSVILLE BQIH)UGH. 

16. Petition of VIrginta Beach Holdii« Corporation tor a 
Change of Zodng Didrid Classification from H-1 Hotel 
Distrid to 0-1 (Mice District on eertato prq;>erty located 
on tte Nortt side of Laskto Road beginning at a potot 
95.81 teet East of Cardind l&>ad, rundi^ a distance of 
1189.63 fed dong tte Nortt side of Laskto Road, run- 
dng a distance ot 304.43 fed doi« tte Eadera property 
line, running a distance of 958.69 feet along tte Norttem 
pn^rty liiw and running a distance of 223 feet dong tte 
Western pn^erty line. Sdd parcel ccmtains 5.93 acres. 
(Birdneck Poid Area) LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

17. Petition of J. Rdfe Griffin for a Change of Zoning Dto- 
trid Classification from R-6 Residenttal District to B-2 
CtHumudty- Business Distrid on eertato pnqwrty located 
on tte North side of Provi<tence Road beginning at a potot 
500 fed Wed of Lord Dunmore Drive, runnii^ a dtatance 
of 275.93 feet dong tte Nortt side of Pro>ridence Road, 
rmming a distance of 289.11 feet zlaog tte Western 
^vperty line, numing a distance of 284 feet dong tte 
Nmtem property line and running a distance of 
289.11 fed doog tte Eadera property Itoe. Sdd pared 
C(»tains IM acres more or less. KEMPSVILLE BOR- 

. OUGH. 

18. Petition of W. J. Moore for a Change of Zoning Dto- 
trid Classiticatton trom R-5 Residentid Kdrict to B-2 
Cooamudty-Business Didrid on eertato property located 
d tte Northead idersedion of Newtown Road and Larry 
Avenne, running a tttstaace of 140 fed atong tte North 
aide of Larry Avenne, rundng a distance of ISO fed 
^ng ttie Eadera property line, running a dtatance of 140 
fed dong tte Norttem pnnerty line aad running a 
(ttstance of 150 feet dong tte lad dde of Newtown 
Road, ^id parcel eontaias .48 acre. (Fair Mea- 
dows Area). BAYSBJE BOROUGH. 

19. Petition of Harry and Viota Mehm<md for a Cluage 
of Zodng Distrid Clasdficatton from I-lLighttodudrtal 
Mstrid to R-8 RMtoHitid Dtatrid <» eertato pn^rty 
located on tte W^t side d L(»don Bridge RmA te- 
glHiing d a pdd 500 feetSoutt d &wtt Advedure 
Trail, nontog a (BstuM of 241.33 fed alo« tte Wed 
aide of London Bridge Road, nndng a dstaw» oi 750 
fed to a Wed«-ly lUredion, ru^ng a distance d 
N9.83 feet in a So^terly direetioo, numing a distance 
of 1796.06 fed to a Wederty drection, ruitfaga dta- 
toace of 739.17 feet to a Northw<^erlydlreettoa, rumtfng 
a tfdWM of IS^M toe^ to u Eai^rly drectiOB.nB- 
dag a m^tmat ot 230.66 fed to a Nortteriy diredion, 
rnaring a tt^uMe of 233.63 fed to a W^terty mrecttm, 
UMBtog a #ntaiM d Wi.SS fed to a NwrttwMterly dr- 
aeltaa, roHing a dstaace d 163.95 fed to a Northerty 
ArMttea. nnditaAstom:ed312.59fedtoa Iforth- 

yttneten, nmdng a dala^ d 2^ fed to an 
iftlwMoB, raadng a ddaaee of US.Mfedto 
a tba^^ direetton, naatag a dtotaaee d 2M JS fed 
tt^~fiUtety directioe, rundng a dalaace of 219.14 
fed to a Bortterly direetioo, running a dstance of 138 
fed M dl E^^y direction, rm^ag a dta^Ke d 
tUM fed U a Mrtteriydiradfen. ruadngadtotaace 
« III fltet to a Smtherty diredloB, nmdnga distance 
a| Wl.ft Mt to n Eadertyaredtaa.rin^a «slaaee 
« Uff.OI Cwt to an SoMlnty drecttm and nMOJ^ a 
^ ' d Vmn fed to aa EMtorty dreetioB. Said 
Wfi^^M ti Mres a«r» «r teM. (NiMto^m 
krm}. htmmArm i — -^ — 




^. Pdbloli d Wiltard PI and Dniotty S. WUMwd 
for a Ch^ige d Zoning Distrid Classtticattan from AG- 
1 Agricdtmtl Ustrid to B-2 CommH^-Bnriness 
Didrid on eertato mt^Mrty located on tte West sid^ ef 
PrtocMi AnneRcMlliii|Ugatapddll»lMlaw9 
or less ^eidi of Bdtaa River ^ai, rmnring a dstaaca 
d 150fedaloag tteWedddedPrtocessAaneBoMi, 
nmdng a dstoace d 170feddoagtteSodtera iHrtverty 
Itoe, numing a ddanee d IM fed alo^ tte Wm^tb 
PM9*rty line md rnm^ a distaBM d 170 fed atoK 
tte Nivttera pnmety liae. Sato parcel coetains 25,»IO 
sqaare fed. PtniGO BOmms. 
CaHOmONAL USE PEUilT 

21. Andittttoa d Willard P. and Dorothy S. WU^nrat 
for a Coadttoad Use Permit for a gasoline servtoe 
station oin eertato ^ntverty loeated 00 tte Wed dde d 
PrtoMss Anne Roul beginning d a pdd 1109 fed more 
or toss Soutt d todiaa River Road, rundi« a dstaace 
d 150 fed doog tte Wed dde ot Priiu:ess Anne Road, 
rnnnlag a dstaace d 170feddongtteSodtera propoty 
line, m^ng a dstance d 150 fed atoq^ tiieW^en 
lu^perty line and rundng a dstance dl70fed dong tte 
Norttera property line. Sdd parcel cootatos 25,500 
square fed. PUNGO M»OUGH. 

22. Apfdication d J.C. Asdowall, Jr., for a CtHdittond 
Use Permit for tte eqwudon d a mid-wardumse on 
eertato i»operty located 00 tte Wed dde of Soutt Lynn- 
tevea Parkway bedadng at a poid 1030 fed more or 
Imc Nortt of Hdtand Road, nmdi« a distance d 70 
fed doog tte West side d Soutt Lyndiaven Parkway, 
naming a dstance d 593.59 fed in a North-westerly 
drectton, rundng a distance of 393.65 feet to a Soutt- 
westeriy dredion, nmdng a distance of 430 fed more 
or less to a Soutbeaderly drecttcm, running a distance 
at 4S0 toiA more or less to a Nortteasterly direction 
aad naming a dstance d 225 feet more or less to a 
SoiMieaderly drectton. Sdd parcel cimtdns 4.05 acres 
nuve w less. (Tte Lakes Area). PRINCESS ANNE 
BOStOVQU. 

23. Application ot Charles R. Pitts, T/A Atlantis Redty 
^ratiW V.A. KeatUey for a Conditional Use Permit for 
a dofdez on eertato property located oo tte Stratt side 
d Ddaware Avenne begindng at a point 90 fed Wed 
d Bdtic Avemie, rmudng a dstance of 60 feet dong tte 
Soitt side d Detaware Avenue, rumiing>a dstance of 
100 tout along tte Wedera pr(q)erty line, rundng a ds- 
taace d 60 tetit dong tte Souttera property Une and 
roaaiag a dstance d 100 feet dcmg tte Eastern pn^rty 
U». Sdd pared cDdains 6,000 square feet, (aiadow- 
tawn Hdgfata Area). VIRGINU BEACH BOROUGH. 

24. Application d Coamar Corporation for a Condttond 
Use Permit' for a mid-warebouse on eertato property 
located on tte Soutt side of Virginia Beach Bodevard 
begianing d a potot 600 feet West of Highway Lane, run- 
d^ a distance d 210 feet dong tte Soutt side of Vir- 
gida Beach Boulevard, numing a distance of 313.09 
fed dong tte Western property line, rundng a distance 
ot 210 ftet doog tte Sonttem property line and running 
a distance d 313.09^ feet along the Eastern property 
line. Sdd parcel ctmtdns 1.44 acres. (Oeeana Gard^is '! 
Area). LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

25. Application of Open Door Chapel for a Condtiond 
Use Permit for a church on certain property located 
on tbe South side of Virginia Beach Boulevard beginning 
at a potot 700 feet east d EastGroveland Road, running a 
dstance of 200 feet along the Sottti#side of Virginia 
Beach Bodevard, rundng a distance of 1205.34 fed 
akmg tte Eastem property Une, running a dtatance d 
1324.04 feet dong tte Souttem property Une (Norttera , 
boudary d Noriolk Souttera RaUway), rundng a dstance 
of 462.57 fed dong tte Ead side of Groveland Road, 
nmning a dstance d 506.70 feet to a Nortteasterly 
drectton, running a dstance d 300 feet in an Easterly 
drectton, rundng a dstance of 64.50 feet in a Nortteriy ^ 
directtcm, running a ddanee of 200 feet in an Easterty^ . 
dre^on, rundng a iliJWJ'jir 179 ftet in a 8odHi#^^' 
drectton, numing a dstance at 236.85 fed to a North- « 
easterly drectton and running a distance of 208.90 
feet to a Nortteriy drectton. Said parcel contatos 
25.63 acres. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

26. Application of Joseph A. Bement and Assigns for a 
Condttond Use Permit for a duplex on eertato pro- 
perty located at tte Souttead totersectton of 9tt Stred 
and Medterranean Avenue, rundng a distance of 60 fed 
along tte soutt side d 9tt Street, running a dstance d 
100 feet dong tte Eastern pr(q)erty Une, running a dta- 
tance ot 60 feet dong tte Souttem prcqwrty Une and 
rundng a distance of 100 feet dong ttie Ead side d 
MediterraiMan Avenue. Sdd parcel contatos 6000 square 
feet. (Stedowtawn Heights Area). VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

27. An>licatton d The Lyndiaven Udted Mettodtat 
Cterch for a C(»dUonal Use Permit for a church on 
eertato pnnerty located on tte Soutt side of LitUe 
Neck Road beginning at a point 250 feet more of less 
West d Harris Road, rundng a dtatance of 145.22 fed 
doog tte Eastem property Une, running a dstance 
ot 69.79 feet to a Souttwesterly drectton, running a 
dstance d 257.40 feet in a Westerly directton, running 
a dstance d 101.50 fed to a Soutteriy drectira, run- 
ning a dstance d 263.50 feet to a Souttwesterly dir- 
edion, rundng a dstance d 536 feet along tte Western 
property Itae, running a dstance of 101.67 feet in an 
Eaderly drectton, rundng a dstance of 50.39 feet to 
a Soutteriy drectton, rundng a dstance of 40 feet to 
an Easterly drecticm, numing a dstance of 44 fed 
more or less to a Northerly drecttcm, and running a 
dstance of 330 feet more or less dong tte Soutt 
dde d LitUe Neck Road. Said larcel contatos 3.549 
acres. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

STREET CLOSURE: 

28. Applicattcm d tte City of Virgida Beach for tte 
dseootinuance, closure and abandonment of a porttcm 
of Washingtcm Street begindng at tte Norttem bound- 
ary d 19tt Street, rundng a dtatance of 251.11 fed 
d(»g tte Eadem prc^rty Une, running a dstance of 
35.75 feet dong the Northern property Une, numing a 
dstance of 255.21 feet dcmg tte Western pn^rty 
line and rundng a d^ce d 36.81 feet along tte Nortt 
side d 19tt Stred. ^d parcel contains .203 acre. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

29. Applicattoo dGreendU Enterprises, toe, for ttedta- 
conttBuance, closure aad abamfonment of portions d 
McKidey Avraue. 

Parcel 1: B^mdng d tte Norttera teundary of 23nl 
Street, rundng a dstance of 50.02 feet along tte Nortt 
side d 23rd Street, nmdng a dtatance of 89.65 fed 
d(ng tte Eastem property Une, running a dtatuwe d 
50.04 feet doog the Ikaltera property Une and nmning 
a dstance d 90.16 ted do^ tin Westem property Itoe. 
Parcel 2: Begindng at tte Norttem boundary d 26tt 
Stred, randng a dstance of 50.02 feet dong tte 
Votik dde ot 26tt Street, runaiag a dstance of 196.70 
fed dong tiie Eastern |»rop«rty Une, rmming a dta- 
taaM d 50.01 fed aloag tte Bwttera prqwrty Urn aad 
nmning a d^mce d 196.10 feet alimg tte Wedera 
IBtsperty Um. 

Pared 3: Begindng at tte Souttera boimitary of 27tt 
^red, rmodig a dstaace d 50.02 fed tloof tte So^ 
dde d ITtt Stred, rundng a dstance d M.34 fed 
doag tte Eadon property Itoe, ruming a distance 
d 50.02 fed doi« tte Sodtera pnnerty Um aad 
rmmiag a dstaace d 98.34 feet d(mg tte Westera 
piyerty Um. &iU pan^l coiteiu .442 acre. (Peon 
(kntas Area). PRWCES ANNE B(m01X!R. 
iMENHfOfT: 

M. IMlfln d tte Ptoadac Comaitaston d tte City 
d VIrgtoto 9mA to i^ead and rewd^ Arttde 2, 
Sedtoa SQ8, d tte Cnmpuhaadw Zeatog (k«aaaee 
perl^tog to«fi-^«d parite rtnalrnmnnt^. m^tt te- 
taitod Mamattoa is MiMa^ to m Dcpartm^ d 
Plaa^«. 

Plda Witt more dddled lafMwattM m tte d»ve 
ai^eattes are avdUUe to tte Dapartaied d Ptaa- 
dag. 

AU td««ded per^as an tovitod to attMd. 
ftxboA J. Scott 
Urector d Pta^tog 

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sanvvn Eittttv 

Ah, AmerictM. „,,»..,. 

It's t slice of smaU Xowu AiDMri^B llite tetteetrtf 
1900's that the VlrfiBl* Betch LltUe Th^tw briagi to 
Ei««ae OTJeUl's "Ah. Wtttera^" ^ „ 

The Millers are tha !»*«» Aia«icaii Iw^ «»• 
fourth of July, 1906. ToiiliW U «« »«»ot*?rftt flrewrks. 
Mildred U practicii^ ^ffwant ways to wlte her laia^ 
Arthur Is home from Yale ud Richard Is ia tote. News- 
paperwn. Hat MiUw aad fife. Essit, are tts poBcemed 
nsrMts of tlie iroviaf hrood. 

AM thM ttere's Uncle Sid. who Bkes his driak, «d Aoat 
LU^, «to calls her^ a -crarty oW laaJd.- 

rillfe atorj of growtai «> M»d-«i» wiy a fuaUy cope*. 
Rich^; the cyaic Is flwraea hf M» tow »«1 '*«**»*» 

Played by Jeff Klein, a fr«^tti« &oni O.D.U„ Si<ian| te 
at tiBM stttf aad «aeooTi|KlB|. The character is dreamy 
aadaainevnlde pesslmlst*rt the fire and passioB seems 

Vi HaiiB, who plays Eisto Miller is a a^adoA. ae's 
cot clamler and ttmiaf that makes Issie aa aadtoae* 
lavortto. Essie's the tfffestmother.iMtosherjJdMrM 
pudshed, yet BOt too wimnif- a«M's doaWe takes aad 
con^rte ahaadon to thfe <Aarader^e portrays, mkes her 
Essto wrforgrttable. 

The «»ee of a hoUday diaaer of fish aad lobster is a 
scream, itet i*Hft*le ad comes ia tfe^r aadlh^rest ol 
the^te has »toM from Essie to act as ttaothljf is 
wroK. Essie has pccpared Mae fl^ tor diM»r, whk* 
Krti*to8-j«slpotooasm«.- Bf^ 'ff^'^JlS 
bee. s«Tfeg hW Sniftoh while Wtii«lita tMnk he^ 
eatiu lAeatfisl. •! like Waeflsh,- she said la ^daaatiM 
of her ploi. Wwi lift iWb out, it coaWbe aa arfameal 
{omd in American hoaus of 19n. 

^cle Sid's dradcea Aow at the swae dbsMur is tte U0- 
liffM of the irodacUoiL Eating lobster shell aad all, Sid, 
played by 00b Satla«aeld, Warw his eyes, ao^ his hMd 
ud moBlhs oat the 20 year ok! tale Nat tells oace agato. 
Satterft^l has tte role of aa amusing, foolhaarty drart 
down pitf. "I'm ia a delicate cooditiMi,'' hesaid witt,a 
grin, "aad we»re prayiag tor a boy." .^ .^ 

The set is aq)erb. Done in antique ftoraitere wItt reds 
and falBes. tte paloar to hon^ and comfortabte. One feels 
at home emotioaally aad physically with the Milters ss 
their po^waal pnAlwas mrfJdd. 

FU B^aick has done a ftile Job with her cast, F<ar the 
most part tte characters work weU aad lariBg their own 
jattMai^ to toe charaders. Pe«fro Ahad, m toe "wo" 
yalte, aiBd iaito Booker, as B^e, flie wicked womaa, are 
eze^BOt esanqdes of bit characters that are made miiw- 

g^^Ue. 

It's a refreshing productioB...OBe tor to irtwfe family, 
life to "Ah Wilderness" is nrach as it to toiay. People fe« 
the am* "Bd i ^ttte same . U's a s tory oi^ ^ M 

^^ST^^shSTSMd^lS^a dawgbofi 
"Ah, Wihteraess" to <hra good America. 




Hidden talent lurks in 
Beach showers 



By RHONDA MILLER 
SWN Strif Writer 

Hidden talent lurks brttad Virginia Beach doorways. 
Sunday songwriters are due to come out of the clo^ if 
th^ ran tato George and Lee-H<ve Smith, 

They lay their card <ii the toble and it says: Tidewater 
Tatoot Search-Haw taleat, but don't know where to torn 
orwtotoask? We can help. 





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yowgpe^e. 

liw-HopB Thttsher, a former Miss Chesapeake, serves 
as the totoot <ttreetor of the company, workmg mainly 
wlth*«» stogeprwwie, musical and performance part 

(WMtte has experience in photography, storytelling and 
ci^^ wriUng, and plans to handle the contacts to those 

areas. 

l^awater Talent Search has obtained a Chesapeake 
buaiftess license and to ready to go. ' ^ 

•^lliere are some people that i ve got my eye on, 
sam'SjJorge. They've got toleat, but toey're not using 
it tofflelr full potenlUl yet." 

-The Wea is to raise the awareness level of toe creative 

arts to this areS." . « 

Raised in the Hickory section of Chesapeake, Geoite 
got a aew perspective on the creative arts while he attehded 
coUige and lived to iUchmoad. ^ „ , 

"There's a different atmosphere to Richmond. People 
are used to theatre and other cultaral evente, I've got 
my we on," says George. "They've got tolent, bat they're 
are used to theatre and other cultoral evente. It's more 
a part of toeir life." ^ , . 

That awareness is growing to Tidewater now, he feels, 
andmtime to brlBf it into bloom. _: , 

gs pwn creattl*^ Wossomed wlft- the he^p £^a|«; 
trade Chesapeake teach^ who was so entoiBiastic about 
one of his limericks, that he bi|a» to Mriak 0«t writing. 

■Hie Smiths are r^idv to i»sis ttat encouw^nwit ot 



Cindttrella dances 
in l«r Christmas 

The PortsMMlh Departaeat of Parks and Recreation 
PEondly prasaels the Kofitdk BaUet Company's prodoction 
5 -CtodereUa". "The werlds Most B^oved Fairy Tale" 
ST.A.inneitAadItoriamDec. Il,at2:i0p.m. , 

Ticket pi^ are ad^s H, ehiUi^rltraiRrseiaior d^- 
iMs $1.50. Tfckete M-e oa sale at all Pitftsmoirth Hirih^- 
mn-'s stoiM aad discoutt coupons (25C discount ona child's 
ticket and 5C# are (Uaeovnt oa an adult's ticket) avaU- 
aHe fa maigr stores thr^oghoat the Portsmouto area. 

Ad^u»tod \M^ sales vUl be to process over toe Thaaks- 
givtag imAEeid to varimis stores toroughout Portsmouto, 
li^^MilpM^ AMt'^ •* tta 4iMir ott the day df toe 

perforiattMe."^' fi^': 



Beach student creates 
show for Christmas 

The program at the Virgiato Beach Ci^Miool'sPlia»| 
tariam for December to eatitted. "At CtartetmasJ^^ 
ThU to an eatirely new program to be showa for the Ittst 
tiMthisDecentoer. „' ^ „ .^t^ 

The story liae was writtea by Bobby Browa, a sb« 
at OM Dnniaioa Dali^sity aad a reshtoaft of Ti^M 
Beach. He to also respoasible for reCordtag the souB^ 
track, lAteh includes toe voices of f*"^;^^^ BeaA 
residaite aad several drana stmleate from Coa High Scho^ 

The pngram toctodes a ^vtefw of Uttto-kaow^fl^ rtwij 
the evfilatloB <rf Christmas cairtaBs, as vett as \^'^ 
interpr^attoa of what the stor of Bethlehem mlg« have 
,be«i, aoi where it mii^iave be« se«i. _. . .. 

This yewr two extra programs will be given onTbars- 
(by idgbts, ooe(»theSto.aadoaeontoe 15to. 

Plaaeftariwa hours: 

Saaday: 7 pm oa the ^, Uth, and ISto. 

Toeaday: Tpaa. oa tte 6to, 13th, sad ^to. 

Thnraday:1pm.oatoe«aiaBdl5to. 

MO ntOtSAMS will he givea oo SmAiy the atoaad 

T^nioae the mato otfiee at Raia Jntor HighSctoxd... 
486.1wnDr reservattoa. CWhfrea uader ageJB may be 
refused adaisstoa miess ac^no^ai^ed Iqr a mature p«>soa. 




Geor^ Smith 



to Chesapeake and Virginia Beach people looking for an 
outlet for their creativity. 

"Our service could change a person's life. People 
pay $18 an hour to get their car repaired aad all toey have 
is their car. Our service could open up doOrs to a whole 
Mw perspective." '' 

The oatltoe of the operation has been sketched. First 
step to a tolait review, where George and iM-BapB 
will view toe performance for a small service diarge. 
They will suggest Improvemente, contocto for performance 
or study, and try to get the person and toleat happily to 
motion. 

Tidewater Talent Search wiU operate to a nslor way as 
a referral service to hook-up Tidewater talent's loose sails. 
Classes and a newsletter will be incladed in toe service. 

It's a imique service for a unique area witolotoof 
potential talent. 





Cdr. and Mrs. W. F. Salcowskl 



House of gims dre&ses for fro/fcfdy 



Palry 
t practice lor 



Lori Backtay aad Coaduitt temeslNlkkl 
tot pnMhKtfoB of Offeaback's Ciad«reUa. 



BylOANCOATES 
SUN News Editor 



Coraraaader and Mrs. W. F. Salkowski will open toeir 
^kuse dpMsi" Dec. 1 and4tothe pobllc as toe Tborou^- 
good Gar^ Club's ninth annual HolUlay House. 

Located at 4121 Hermitage Potot to Virginia Be^h, toe 
SalknriU ixme is ^oorated to orientol overtones. There 
are oidy two wMonrs, la the e^ht room towse. The rest 
(^ the bouse to mrRMWted by Sliding glass donrs witoa 
vinr irf toe Lyimhavea River seen fnmi aM toree iddes. 



Built to 1961, toe house was i^uUt alter the Ash Wed- 
ncsdbif storm. According to Cd;r. Salkowski , they lost 
three eun located to tin tmderground garage. "We had 
to s^ q? the garage," 1» said. "It ^re ctnn^ to toidy." 

The ^Ikbwtdtt home is full (rf Mstory. Mn. ^Ikowskl's 

great gnadfather, Dr. J. D. Grav^, was sh^pmrei^ed pa 
hto way to America from an artist's Ufe to Paris, flto 
stone etchings, he carried wito him, are aow htrngingto 
tlK flUkowaki home. 



For the hoUdays, the hMie will be <tea)rated to a sbqw- 
flake toeme. Giaat stowflaldBp will hug from^ toe ^s 
doors aad a Uw Ctorlstatos lj«ee will iM oa ttslwck bal- 
cony. Hkw will also be a Ctaistmas irw^corated 
wlto shells. Anotoer UgU^sW of toe hcdiday decorrtioBs 
will be ajpeaeock fMttered wr^to. 

Aloi^ w^ the tour of the Salk^i^ci home, toe j»rta 
club win h^ a lasaw- to the gara«e *s»e11*|^i»et 
shop with tomemade gaxUes. _». 

The toora will nm from IE noon to 5 p.m. cm &wrday 
and from 12:80 to S p.m. on Sumtoy. Donatioo to $1 and 
wUl be aco^ed at toe «>«■. 



Craft program sef 



■ Forty - Bine watercolors 
paintwi abroad and steteslde 
by artist tiwrtha f WaWg . 
Taylor, dwug toe perl^rf 
1930 torou^ 191«, la »>elag 
exhibited at Tldewat« Com- 
munity College, Vlrlginla 
Beach Campos, boU<ttag A, in 



the provost's si^e. 

The exMhtt %ffi ran Moa- 
day thKji^ W4«r, » a.». to 
5 p.m., Nov. 21 ttotmghDec. 
2. 

Ilie ea^Ut to ^-eseated^ 
the Art ClUBtrf T.C.C. Priws 
wUl be quoted (» re<pmd. 




B^iea m Mar over coat if yoa i^ hi^ HNS eMtoo 
rt^ leSg aSa^ -La^cUr at RIdtop; 
^V toJaSIlM iM eWl ba«pa wito toeir beaatt- 
Mbatttt. fc< #;«rt betoagbetee jf^f " »* P^^gg 
test «M year igjaWM tae-topptaf aad ftoger- popptog, 
5 tMs ^ mmm Altteagh toey aoaiettaM work 
tt **^^^«^ to a MZZ iceae .aadtie jnprtetor 
■ »"-^-— w ^ ^ ^rts -CoiBrtry- lad "Rock" 




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IMT Baw yae ev« 

%n P«raoM Maed^Anls 



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of his tradL aqplotto at the i^ <tf 4L He was menttoaed 
to tlis colwm oaly rtertlf prii*to thtt for Ms awesome 
prowess as a bassist. But oa tois lob he is ensconced 
at the Fendtr-Rbodes piono. . I had to ask which cvne 
first the aflswer: pUoo. under Frank SUvemtro. Kenny's 
right hand oOn embarks on rapid fUgbtt that call to mtod 
a 500 foot iwaie -run; Uu:> ls interestin because U is the 
left hand that chooses toe on bass He is a Capricora 
who went from Manry to ODU, where he majored in 
Mtoaial E^tettten. I have loag boatomplated an article 
M the niHfln^iM of vorto latf aailc. so Iqaerted: 
does nmotoi help jwir ptajtar? J^rJ^tottiat tt does. 
bat art ff he MM %mgBmmm prtor to piaytag. 



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mtwm&mn, toe. He 
Ipl fMur as toee^ te 



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it He «metlfflM ^s Mrdtoss syUaUcs to 
'ym Ms gator a^M. Ms arttotoy drfles d^w*- 
Dean's mated trumpet might cat to mtod Miles 
ums or Harry Edisoo, and runs toe gamut of emotions. 
Deato's an Aires and a Pe«BS|4f»nton who came here witr. 
the Naw Show Band QUvtlce he's as cheertulas 
Sam t impish sense of hamor wten 

73 .«k«>d for a photo of the band; 

iHced a photo, t h^ been 



f 0^ to the restffooB shortly to i fc na hia dMwas aot of 
the html ttvuBOtprtatible. B«t*«»WllNY. 

Dean worked for Fred Warlag. appeared on the Mike 

I show, sabbed one nighton "bass with toe Dlssy 
» hvid, aad has olayed to shows behind ImMimenMe 
J a Bryant and Tlnv Tim (not tocether!) 

ft »)wine«r who jost arnvpd frrm long 

^ iented anachroals 

^ ear him 



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logl«l Itoes Witt a growttg sMOri^ mt to rinMStalways 
abSMt frw the ele^ric bass-gtftor. A Cap^m^ « 
he worked wito Ch«<* Folds, Blossom Betne. ammv' 
Benskto, Red Balaban. and John Bunch. 

Smlto sticks mainly to drums i 
but plays ftoe bass aad is a choir director, ne mas- 
saged two pretty ballads on teaor sax, to a heathy, 
^ styteraatotseent el Ben Wehstir. toy attaaded 
Peabody Coaservatory with Ttanttv Kewwrne « la* To- 
ld^ Mrw. 

Some people have frouble finding "The Me^ Rowa/ 
From the stop-light at Hilltop, proceed N*to « First 
CotoaUl; make a right before toe 7-11. and look slightly 
leftward. From the mato parking lot ^ -• '" '"-^rvel. 
and make a right. HMS iriays fron and 

Satordays. The hirtaMei' respeeto the wuer tigrto te; 
inlike moat ptoees, fns drinks are mostly WHHJREY 



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Serving the world's largest resort city 

C^^TI^r n B^ Two Sections. 1 Stents 

Week endng Decembers, 1977 



oss\\s provide interes^ng science pro/ecf 




Htl^Vif prMwnwl wralois .<tf iteU fish lO-mUUon- 
y«a^-ield an eog^tnd by LyanhaTmi ElMsmttry seventh 
pii^ sMnts Unrene GlbsoD (left) tod Breads Sheets. 
ni ^Meats eolleeted their ftissUs on t geolocy tr4> 
toilet's FossU Pit In BaaytOB. 




IgmhiTOB l^lemeatsry scloice studoit Mike Bsrto (center) 
emtfaii tte fMsU find of Bmee DoueUy (lefQ. Tesdier 
Mb Bread he^ vith the identiflcatiflD. 



"What idnd of shell is this, Miss Brand?' "How much is 
tMslcteill worth. Mr. Kice?" 

Th«Mi|iestidM and hundreds more rolled excitedly from 
114 seventh grade science students of Lynnhaven Elementary 
Scho^ as they dug eathitsiastlcally in Qie internationally fk - 
nous Ri<% Fossil Pit in-flampton last month. 

Lynnlaven science tMCher Ann Brand, whose major is 
biolQgy and who claims she is a "fossil nut," decided the 
t>est way to teach her science students about geology was 
to let them "dig in" At the Rice Pit. 

Wiwn she taught At Williamsburg in 1968, Brand became 
familiar with the vast rai«e of preserved fossils in the Rice 
Pit, which isiUxnit 12$ feet deep and located off Harris Creek 
Road. The {dt's potential was discovered by the son of the 
owners, Mr. and Mrs. W. Macon Rice, in 1960. Archeology 
eqwrts from around the world have established that the pit's 
fossils, wUch are perfectly preserved, date back 20,000,000 
years to die Miocene Epoch. 

Among the famous fossils taken from the pit are a 500 - 
pound irfeee of trapio^ coral- -which established that Hamp- 
ton was wider about IM feetof water 20 million years ago— 
and the bones of an 80-foot whale, both of which are now 
at the Sihlthsoniati Institute. 



The day of the fl^ trip to Hampton, Brand was assisted 
by three other teai^ters from Lynnhaven Elementary, Cllf- , 
ton E. Austin, Charles Davis and John Roadman, who, ac - 
cerdinR to Brand, "did a super Job of helping the kids."i 

"Mr. and Mrs. Rice have dedicated themselves to the geo- 
logical wonders *of their pit, especially in sharing with 
children," Brand pQipts out. "They have constructed a mu- 
seum of fossils to explore, and they also let each student 
dig for his own fossils. They show an endless patience in 
answering each ^lestion about the fossils found." 

' "When the kids ask me how much a particular fossil is 
worth," says Ri^j "I tell them that I recently sent five 
small coffee cuis d fossils to a museum in South Africa, 
and they valued the shipment at $5,000. That usually sur- 
prises them." 

Rice eqilains. that fossils are easy to find in his pit, es- 
pecially aHj|r a heavy rain, and that some combination in 
the e^rth aM water ^s preserved them perfectly. "Most 
e thtsik of fossils as a l^rdened, brittle imprint in 
tfilipif w*'«6 excavated rare siMRlsiithipdts 
on then and clams whlehstill have meat in them— clams 
20milliodymrsoM»"|iiesclalms. "Theseare true fossils.* 
Back at tneir L^mhave Elementary classrooms, the stu- 
dents cleaned and caraMIy mounted their fossils, and with 
/Brand's help, identified most of them. 

Some, however, coa^ not be identified, and at the stu- 
dent's request, the Riees visited the school Tuesday, Nov. 
14, as guests to view tte collections and help identify the 
remaining few. For their help, the Rices were also invi- 
ted to lunch at the school cafeteria. 

"This is the highlight of the year's science study," 
glowed Brand, "It's a happy realization to each student 
whoi he actually finds a fossil that he has been studying a- 
bout and learns from the experience. That's what it's all 
about." . ■-'■- 







l». aad Mrs. W. Mteoa Rice ht^i IdMrtliy tO-BlIUoa 
<dd fossils dog tram ttelr fonU pit la Hamptn by serMtii 
grade seieace stad^ats Chris Carila (CMter) aad Bmee 
DooneUy of LyaahtTen Elcmeatary School. 




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Mae Bele Coueaens 

fl/aza hold$ 
Christmas sale 

The Plaza Elementary P.T. 

A. will spcmser a Christmas 

store the we^ of Dec. 5. 

There will be a variety of 
things for sale, incltidlng 
handmade items. Proceeds 
frran the sale will be used 
to boy needed articles for the 
sdwol. All parents and the 
pdblic- are invited to attend. 



tlie fascinotmg Sotos 



From Havana ta Virginia Beach 




Dr. Uda Soto 



Be tf^mc whM fou ad fm- Dr. Soto with the Virginit 
BetrilMUi SdiMlS. Ttere are two Or. Sot(». 

C^ tatAes at Bayside Jmlor ^h, and me teaclMS at 
^^mnimtmA^w mgh. Both t^i Splash, and both have 
^Qk Bfatt fled fiTMB Ca^ti-oMrMIM CvM te 1M2 
adtm mm Aa«leu dtl^w. Vot sui^risi^^, ttey ai% 
Btnftd irai^ oOnr. 

Sh^to aad lUa SoU hobt do^mtes from the University 
<t &wn. ^vever, wfen ttey toA up resltence in Iowa 
fmt, km, nd ^i^tod toe tmmag posittens. TMy were 
PUM ttelr peiiMU^ imfs^MU certifieates tor tte 
«l lOM. to, iMte tet^g Spanish in Iowa Falls' 
brito ijM mt drove 50 Wles most nigh^ to tte 
.' ol^^ert towt in CeAr FaDs. 
^* iwM to etasM te tto sottmcr a^ Bights, even dur- 
iai m mim d iuuxf tt wai coM!"s«u the sotos. 




who were more accustomed to the tropical climate cS Oe 
Carihbran. 

Despite the cold weather and long commuting distance, 
both comideted masters itegree programs. 

The Sotos came to America like many Cubans who want- 
ed to get away from its oppressioo of the Castro regime. 
When Castro came to power, Emilto was Regional Direc- 
tor of the U.S. Infonnatitm Service in Havana, and a na- 
tural "political mtemf of Castro. "Many times I was takM 
to Jail and questioned," said Emilio, "and Uda wouK m 

know where I was or n^ t wovld be back." 
The sitaatiflB beinme intoteratile, so they applied to 

iMve Cuba. "We wero lucky. We were able to leave e^th 
our family. Many famill» were split tq) because Case's 

Petals would hold OM or two hack." Dda was pregaiurt 
with their tUrd daughter, Jao|iKline, who was born afcv 
months after they arrived in Miaaii. 

!^ ■ 

Their oldest dai«Mer, ffiUi, is now studying at (lie 

University d Ariaooa and nnrtier two duighter, LouNMs^ 

ts a S(¥hom(H« at O.D.U. /aefuellM, now a pretty, dark- 
hatred teeuftt-, irtt«ids the aWh g^le ^ Independence. 

The Sotos Iwl an advantage most of tte Cd»a refugees 
ifl(ipt ten. 9elM« pitting his pmmm with USE, EmiUo 
tad be« dttni a duKa to too- tte U.S. oa a schoUr- 
mp tnm the U.S. Oate I^^tai^. For «bc miaMa Emflio 
aMi Uda tonr^ mt U.S., leatidng toe lugMge, cutoms and 
i^oH. "IVe di4ton have Uf trMtde ^wtlqg." saU Uda. 

Emilto's jNtriRasioB was jMHWlism, ImI trtth the Citen 
refi^M paurtBg iaio Mtaml, tere mn't any work. Be 
turned to teaching as a aeecM career, wUch is how they 
raded v ta Iowa. 

EveBtiBlly. at tta n^lig rf a dtfl*30d fri«id. Dr. Jose 
Simcm a ^anlrt pi^«sor at O.D.U., the So*t» applied 
lor teaehli* pteltioiui with the VirgtBU B«<* «»o^ sys- 
tem In the summer of WW. Be» were ac^p*i<$ EmUio 



was assigi^ to Bayside Junior High and Uda to Imtepen- 
dence Junior High. 

The Sotos love Virginia Beach. "It (the city) gives us 
the oniortunity to show our cultural backgrounds. We like 
the society, the eavironmoit, toe teachers, toe principals, 
the stud^s. We feel very hapiqr here," toey boto say em- 
phatically. 

Jadde echoes her parent's feelings abrat Virginia Beach. 

Boto ci the Sotos say not many people know what is goiag 
on to Cidia under Castro. "Sometimes, whoi I get side- 
tracked. I will tell my stndods some of the things that 
happened to us back toen, aad they are r^Oly toterested." 
remarked Dda. "In tact, they are amazed. None of toem were 

bom ihea we came to this o)uiitry." 

EmiUo and Dda are here to stoy: toey are U.S. cittoens 
and very proud of it; they've Just bcngfat a house to Windsor 
Woods; aad they love teadiing... especially in Virginia 
Beach. 




Mae Belle Coussens 



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Dr. Onto ^0 



Beach spawns^ 
PTA president 



MAer more toan two daetdai ol sewifBrf to Iperi, eil^ 
district and stole parent-teacher associattoas, Mae BeU| 
Coossens ol Virgii^ Beach lias risen to toe highnt poatc 
tioD in the Virginia Congress of Parento and Tea^eH| 
the presideiK:y. > 

♦»' 

'K 

The first person from Tidewater elected to head Up 
227,000-member organization, Mrs. Cmissrassaystoeeredlt 
for her election goes, "t o toe members of toe Vlrgio^ 
Beach PTA council who campaigned for me." h 

Mrs. Coossens began her assodatioo wito parait-tead^ 
er organizatims 25 years ago whoi her oldest child eotem 
ed school to Jacks(mville, Florida. Stoce toen, she has att$» 
ved wito Norfolk and Virginia B^ch PTAs, has beeap^ 
sident of toe Virginia Beach PTA Council, district nj^ 
presentotive to the state executive board of the PTAj 
stole PTA convention chairman, and has served to numer- 
ous other capacities. 

"Just like most Navy families, we came to Virginia 
Beach for a two-year stay, but we've beoi here every 
since." she says wito a smile. The Coussens have lived 
to their Princess Anne Ptosa home for 17 years. Mr. 
Coussens— Paul— to a retired naval officer and now teachM 
lutaistrial art at Bayside High School. 

She concentrated mostly on local PTA efforts during the 
years her children were to school to Virgiida Beacfe, 
feeling that she shouldn't be away from her home and tomlty 
tbm. Now, her daughter Paula to married aad llvtog to 
Norfolk, her son Wayne is a doctor of psychology at G«or^ 
gto College, and her son Dale to a Junior majoriag il 
lAysics at O.D.U. - % 

, n 

During her years in the Virglnto Beach PTA, Mn^; 
C<nissais has served as president of toe PTAs to Lym^* 
haven Elem«itory, Kellam Hl^ and Princess Aniw 
and has helped establish PTA couacUs to several new Vt 
ginto Beach schools as they opened including College : 
Holland. Windsor Woods, Windsor Oaks, and B.F. WlUlamt 
Elonentary, Kempsvilto Jmiiw, and Bayside High Sdnt^ 

"The PTA to continuing to grow to Virginto Beaeii(laa| 
year it had a three per cent faicrease to monbierdrip;^ 
and whoi you consider that PTAs to northern Vlrgtato 
aro losing m»ibers, that's a good r^ectlon on Vlrgtai^ 
Beach," she said. 

Basically, Mrs. Cooseens feels toe role of today's PTA 
is parent aad citlien educatton about what tte adiool 
division is didag and why. 

"I think toe building admintotrators are dqiendinc more 
00 Sieir PTAs, uid ttis has Ivought chit ^orto together,* 
she points out, "Dr. Bridcell aad hto staff havehteijak 
beastifal to the PTA. Iley he^ to every way. We have very 
good leutoraUp in our city ud our PTA, and that's Im- 
pcniut." 

fti^ecttog 00 her years of participatioB to toe aetlvltlM 
d toe Viiflttto Beadi Parent Teadier QNmidl, Mrs. Co«- 
ssms to most prood of the role she i^yed to tbt ertaMlsh- 
meat of the Virgtida Beach Vocattoul-Teciadcal BiBtttlaii 
Center. A monber of the PTA advisory ctMandtee idii^ 
hdped wito the sdKMd's creation, Mrs. Coosscas peoai^ 
polilis «^, "Now kids iriK azea't gotag ce to c(dk«ala«t 
a <AaaM to get esxUeat Job sUUs hekxt toey gmdn^ 
franU^sdMcd." 

to toe ^ort ttrae she las ^rvad m toe fttote itrMid^ 
Mrs. GMssMs has tfreMbr Mad ^t her social ad worti 
calmbr stoy MU. "Iti^to^todsw to^mTAiMettm^ 
but I also get ^itod to oter salfoiri Ai^itea PTA MMttoipi. 
aad It's hard to Mtomd toMi^.* 

If her put ]mn ol d«tem» tfe tod^MM ^ kH" titare 
Morto. Mm Stfte CMi^MK «n f> doifel Mdn W9 to tool 
all bn- flU^ttou aad pttvMe ttetete Pf A«» toe UtPlM^ 

quality ot le^M-sUp ^ to o^aUt of flHag, 





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Tbe Vtif Ida Beach Jaycees announced and tf 
r«ei|il«itt« 9t Its oatetttdft* Yomk Aw«»» tor i 
tt rt a fauqoet held at tbe Black AafusRe- - 

T»e ^utrtandii* Youag Awards are jiwo unflM 
those yong citiaeos of Vliflala Beach between «•» 
(rf 1» Md W who tave eoalritated sicnUicanUy to their 
profaMi^i. eommanlty and city. Those honored were 
iUfred T. "Skip" Wilkins Jr. as OnUtaodlng Young Man; 
Donald H. Horsley u Outstaadlnf Young Farmer; DouM 
h. Ihmy as OrtstandlBg Yong Edueitor; Kaye Mltehvu 
as Oatstaadti* Yoong Woman; and Jimmy W. Mobley as 
(MstandlK Young Law Enforecemeit Officer. 

SMp Wlftiis U evrrenUy director ol the Crisis lattr- 
veatloK Home where he deaU primarily with teenagers 
and 1Wr parents. A qwA^eglc M«^, a* i» wU- 
known in Oe Beach oomnmity for Us asi^^nce and en- 
eowHCBMt to the handicapped twl^ ^pMW^ example 
he sets Kh- other handicapped people. He holds three U.S. 
rewntt |or wheelchairi«Wics. , ^ , ^ ^ 

A tomw All-TldM^ halft»<* and track star and 
19« Athlete 0* the Year, Skip gradiiated tsmfme^ 
Awe H^ School and Utor from Vlr^ito Weile|»n Col- 
lege. He is presently working toward Ms maMen deg- 
ree at OM Domiakn IWtersity. WllUns U a member 
(rf am nuday school teacher at the VittU^ Beadi Com- 
mm^ Chapel; and he was a fomfr m^^m Qfttw 
TMewiMr Chaffer of FeUrwAI^ ol Christian A^^s, 
ovicilly senrii* as a ^ate rq^^cutattve for ttat or- 
jsaMiatkx. 

" BeuM H.Horsl^. Oitstaodiag Yoog Farmer, is 30, 
mtfiM to m tanuT Oiaae Fn»t and has one md. A 
giwliate of Virginia Tech In 19^0 with a badMorof 
artjawti degree in aaiOAl science, HorUeey has tverated 
iHl fia«ed with his bther-in-law, Ba^ L. Frost at 
Lead ol Promise Farms, located in tte Blackwater Bor- 
01^ of Vlr^iia Beadi. Itey raise hi«i| and gi^ on^. 
soy beans and lAeat. 

tkR^ey's Irterest in eommimity and human growdi, as 
wdl as agricultnral growth, Is revealed by his iamVr- 
miM hi cenmoidty i^airs. He is chalrauofttieYeang 
Fvmers Ctnmittee of tte Farm ^reau as iwit as a 
member of the Board of Urecton of tte Farm Bureau. 
U wtmaa he is Vice-prartd^ oA Pi^tideot-elect of 
Ow Creeds Roritan Cliih ud a votaiteer for the4-H 
club. He is a m«aber of the agriealture ^mmittee 
fo the Chamber of Commerce and was past president 
of the Prat Producers AssodMioD id Yirgiida Beach. 
Horsley alalia BrtUehem ClHristiaB CIrordi. 



(Mstanding Young E<tacator Oooald L. Hanr^ is tte 
assistant prlnc^l bf Princess Anne Junior High School. 
As an asslsteitf principal his duties wera directed at tte 
"proUem areas' of school. One sach pnMem was tte 
dise^Uaary tednl<|De of out-of-8ChO(d, sm^iettsion which 
the mlrtdiavlag or poor «teporttaert chUd the 
Ht of a ooe-to-threedaybarfnND attending classes. 



tstte 
Outsterf- 
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Among fOrty-seven Jam- in American Cdleges vaA 
es liadisoo University sen- Uidversities is Ms. Margaret 
tors who have. te«i laaed M^«r, mn EU> Tide Road, 

to tt»:4l»ileriHMK el ^1M«k Baiift.4iii.. 
Who's met Ajipv Stodeata auje** la acoonattog. 



hristmas Treesj 

BEAUTIFUL 

Scotch Pitmi Over 500 h Selection 
Draw'u^ for ftlS Cord of Firewood 

itm Dee.; 23 firehose of a Tree Required t&*j 

[ Jb« iEJffliWe p^££ 

12 oz. Boq of Christmas Candy - 
Oben with first ] 00 trees sold. 
f%^^ o *L • fireplace Wood, i 

Pec, 25fh. HoMty f oW on 

EOCUfflHOAT tecofiOll. 

{HfTSB^BCTZOfi OF GEORGETOim BLVD. fi 

\mLi'mm mt. acsoss fhon lomb's. 



Harvey tamed tUs tnuiitioaal sanctlcn "legalised tru- 
UKf due to the fact ttmt manyparei^ work and tte sus- 
pended ddU wouM be tetaO^ nnsuptfrvised-left to roam 
tte stress, b re^oase to this sitamttoo, Harvey and WU- 
liam Moosha. preaod; «edal awtottat fm* progrut dev- 
etepmeat of the (^ of Ttirliiia Beach, eomUacd their 
effiirts and co-aiMi»ed tte to-s^ool sfifipiiaB prognm. 
The ^ofTMB eaUed tor the ^^atga- H i " ' ^'* ^a «»* 
peoded stadsBt! to aa Isolattoo situattd|» The void of 
traditifaal suspension was filled nm aiademte ass^- 
meids and work geared to dev^efdag piictical sldlls to 
thestadeat. 

Hw program has received ^«lse ftom many groiqa 
throBghoat the state, inclwUng the Virginia Beach Sdiool 
Baud, l^ftoto Oagartsett at EiMeatlaa, |»rabatioa oS- 
icers sad MK^s. Sevml wdtnoiA ^stmis, both inside 
and oirtslito Viri^aia, have a^iptod fiw program for util- 
itttfam to theiri^Mols. 



m 



puBuc irancE 

PSOPpSB) UGHWAT PBDJECT 
htmmAVWM PABEWAY 

cmr OF vmaMA beach 



II 



a Loeitlal aai «»ip^ PalM Bearl^ wfU he - 
^ a repramMttvir jsl tte ttegtaia DepartoMat ol 
H^ways and Traaipertotfea ea Jaaaarjr % tffl» al 
7:il PJI. to the MUaad Biwd Elmnsatary Sdmal 
AadUwitai toeated at StM BoOaad Bead to Vlitf^ 
Beach, tor tte paipoae of ce aili ai' lag fee papaaed 
toeatlsB aad deslga at Lyanhavea Parkway traai S.le 
mfle.BDrft of Boltoad Bead to t.OS mUe eastafttv^ 
Arms Drtw. to the City of Vl^Ma BoMh. 

All laterestad pirttes'are urged to attoad aad give 
tte Bcpartowaf tte heaeflt of ttAcaaaMatoaiaiaiV- 
gtsltoey-rUallML ta the prdpeaM h^hmy toipew a toe a t 

Maps, dtawtags, and attar iimniea me na- 

« BtthMys aad TtaaaperMaa BtotrM^^^ le^ 
alad at nao Mortt Mato »wt to MMi, tott 
laaideaey Ofltoe leeatod at tte totorseettoaelBwtoaw 
Bauto IS (Military Highway) aad Bauto IM to Cheaa- 
paake, aad to tte elBee el tte Btoeetor ^P^te 
Works for tti aty of VlrgtoU B^b. 

RepreseetoifTes of tte Dtfuhmmi win be pewa^ 
at the Ballnd' Dcneatary S^»el Aram %m to im 
PM. ea nn avBBtag ef the heartog, tor aaMemti 
<*yi et ay Hat toMa iatorftaitoa^ tolmatod^MN. 
m .MHMi> aadaaBB are m^whh^ to 



"ISBSsSe^S 



may he 



prapeeed profeat 

tioB to, oral atotaaiaato at 
i«& statemeats aad eahlMto ^y 
tte Departmeat at say ttoie iMtti 
public hearty. 

At IMS loeatton aad deslga fmm 
aaatolaaea pra^«aa 
at Tsy seqalsraaB tad eoas 








Wtaaers d tM Oatotaading Youag Awards sponsored by tte 
VlTgtoto Beach Jayeees were Oototaadlag Youag Educator 
Doaald L. Harvey, Outotandtog youag Law Enforcement 



ttoring the two prior arsons, Harvey has coached to 
the KempsVill Recreation Assoctottoa Foottall Le^ue. 
Two articles by Harvey have qipnred to educattcn Jotu*- 
alsi' ind at the pre^t time te to at vroit <m an eialmi- 
tti» of tte to-school »s|>«tsioo ^i>gram to be published 
to tt» ^riag of 1978. 

Kajw Mitchdl, Otfstanding YoMg Woman, is married 
to Everett A. Mitchell Jr. aad has one child. She to in- 
volved with the daivhter (4 the American Bevplutioo. 
Under, be r leadenhto, her clapter has bera re^ig^sed 
ncrt "ttily on tte local and stole leveto, but also aa tte Mat- 
ioaal Awards to thes organization and has helped organ- 
toe aad held ^ces to the diUdren of tte American Rev- 



Officer Jimmy W. Hobl^, OMstoadtog 

Kaye MiteheU aad <^totoatfag YMag Farmer 

H. Horseley. 



olutton Chapter. MitcheU is also tovtdved witt flw Prin- 
cess Anne (^^rden Clidi, the PTA Glrto U AetioaaadThal- 
to Lyna Bi^lM Church. 

(Mstandiqg Young Uw Enfercemeat (Mficer Jimmr Mo- 
Uey, 3S, has dlstlngoieshed himself as a atmbM-^the 
VirgUda Beadt Police Force stoee Dec. 1^. Maay of 
Virgil^ Beach eitisens know officer MoU^ fleom Urdai- 
ly. radar traffic reports on WViUB radio to Vln^ Baach. 

He is |ffes«tly « senior at OW Dominion Unliwrsity 
whee he to majoring to criminal Justioe. toadttttiooto 
attondtog munerous police sdtooto, dlieer HtAtoy to to-'^ 
volved to many jaxifessiflul organisatiQos and lias been 
very active to coactong commnaity league foirtball. 




Machines 
ilabte 



aval 



Maasey-PergnsMi's line of 
industrial madilaery to now 
available tor sale and ser- 
vice ttrou^ L. B. apitt 
toe's Virgitoa Kaehl^anch) 
office^ located at MO Soott 
umuy Highway. 

The Vir^totoBeac^:^e!^ 
will maricel«MI% Jtaafif turf 
and iodustriilt^<toJ>Mrac- 
tor baekhoa^ ^aoB'.lAars, 
rough terrain (dri(U^ to-, 
dustrial wheel loadei|;a and 
iatestrial crawlers. 

R. W. Nesbit is prasldent 
of L.B. Smltt Ihc, ql Vir- 
ginia, and G. D. Tper is. 
general manager and vice 
la-esldeni of tbe eastern Vir- 
gitoa branches. 




Campbell-Crist ore married 



Kam Abb Cami^U aad 
William K(»rad Crist were 
united to marriage on Nov. 
Ilat«p.m. 

T^ mdittg tock ptoce at 
UstMie fM Donate Epto- 
capal ClMureh witt Vu Rever- 
eid B^Hln D. Ticker of- 
fleto^ and tta Reverend 
Rotort B. llewtoBd. St Al- 
dan's Mseoiwl Church, the 
cdrtittMi af tely cMimuioo. 

na l^etorian style go#n 
was dedgaedhythebrldeand 
ezecatod ^ her auMher. It 
was MMud of WaA eaa- 
dtoll^ aatta fad sflkorgan- 
sa aad Waaied witt M yards 
fl(haai-tattodrilkl«Ba. 

Tlw satta bodlM was rat 
gvay tt revwl al^-aecked 
^^ipirlMt Uaate etj^er- 
J^«ltt#i^Mdess 
dtevM eadtogtotoagpoHtod 
4|tta ^to. TtoMttoiMrt 
iJid trmto were overlaid witt 
t wMaherderof sttkorpMa. 
^to« wnlhmt ^slga 
^Ihi fearter ms toq^ired 
ly MH^MamaeddaMwom 
If ttehrlde. 



Her satto Cundot cap witt 
Uee medaUimm eu^talong 
Eaglidi ninsica vdl uid toce 
veU ed^ witt lace. 

Ms. Caa^^U wore her 
great-graadmother'a gold 
wedding ring on her ri^t 
haBd.She onrted tte groom's 
great-gruMatter's Bttle 
covered wM mateUi^ satin 
and toce a^ topped by a 
HB«11 ^ray id liUes of the 
vall<9, s^tanofis aad pale 
put rMM witt ivy foliage. 

/ ThA flowers were made of 
ean^ ctoy bj tte Mde's 
mother Md totter. 

Laura Pidcett d Viqdida 
Beach was tte iMid(tfh«ur. 
Her gowa waa of ^t Vle- 
Unlui nwe to'oeata and 
trimmed i^ erj^tal bMds 
at Ndt aad oiBm. The gven 
had tt Empire bodice, a free 
flM^ wattoMiswemtobaefc 
and toag pdatad deevea. 

The MdesBudd's gowas 
were of tte same deslip as 
the maid of btmir's, but 
fai^aBed to Victorlaa rose 
safla iMtt crystal b«^ trim. 
Thi attoadMrts wereMarise 



Jototfon, of Kalii^U, Mon- 
tan; Laae Camj^U «tf At- 
laato, Georgto aad Mary 
Iteamae AUer of Cdmabas, 
(ttto. AU attMde^ ealrried 
free tod stemmed oafietold* 
ers trimmed witt matching 
sprays ol'an^ day roses 
mi^ by tte bride, 

Kitty BMd was tte ftoww 
girl, dau^ter at Mrs. Cua- 
mtos Reed dVirgida Beach. 
Her loBg gowa was mate ct 
palest pi^ tolfeto brocade 
witt leg-of-mutton stoeves. 
§l» carried a ramdldlght- 
tasket trlmm^ to^ roses 
and am scarred rose petals 
Mere tta Mde. 

Tte flag bMffer ms ftei^ 
Decker, lan el Mr. ttd Mrs. 
Howard Hvktr of Vtoglato 
Beach. Bis pato blue &itoa 
suit waa tes^E^ wflfe Aori 
pa^. 

Ite groom aad his attra- 
d«Bto wore dove gray witt 
pale 1^ hoalMairM. Tte 
hMt am mu LawrMMw 
Coraa ot Lyi^taffg, ad tte 
udMn were Petor Laadry^ 



Mrs. Crist 



Rwuioake. Joseph B. Crist, 
(d Cdotial Hel^rts, Itovto 
S. CampbM al HaiMMead,' 
Florida. Kauatt M. Caav- 
bell of TaUahaisee, Rarida 
aai Pad Ridley of Am Aihor 
Mlddpui. 

Tte reaiplUtt was teM to 
tte Mde'l hoiia ud cttored 
by ter au^r. Ite wedifiBg 
cake wna doae witt rolled 
toadaat Mb§ aaditoeorated 
Witt Aadralton type toce 
trosttog. 

Mra. Crist padaatodtoom 
VPI to mi wtth a baitelMrs 
to ^itogy aad toprMaMyatr 
tte Medical CeUe^ aiVir- 
gtoto. 

•Om groMB h^ hadwtoc^. 
aai BtttocdagrejM Cram VPI ) 
aad to presea^ em^iyedby « 
te Ctesta^ Cou^ I 

Tte hrMelSttedaHghtorflf| 
L.CI». (U8R retired } aB< 
Mrs. Kewett C. Caapball^ 
^ Virgtoto Beach. Tte^ 
groHB to tte «Mi of Mr. aad| 
Mrs. Paft Gai«» Crist of; 
Cdedd M^ Vlrgiato.* 

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Aidtlph nm wMy wim mNHw (Mc^tt, Hipy ilw (tf . «itw pntt 
to b* • tfliM iMw IM • toymtftv. Ch& b^ «i« MMnMtto 
S) w<woHiM W,lhty^ouffWyiHt0»»Afrte« (MiiltiMi i rt W^ 
on iMlMnd of MMI Toy*. (R) 

•TMiMatVeNT-EariM)urii«' 1974AMQindrHr,L0maai«M». 
A retMc look at me dntrucflon of c»fitanipor«ry U» AnoilM. (R) 

an*) 
OilHf tt atOtiOH 'Tho Ririum of Aunito V' Turmol iMwi ttw 
Bndfom houwhold wlian Tont't timniwwrt aM« gMM Iho 
IM doMn paymant on • maAMen. duM ttar tliriii 



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mOOLfH THE RED MMED ReNOBRI 



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QOOK Baa«l on Pui Qtfetft iHort atoK«li fltomi 
In WMO WW I eigtamt fwrtiiv* « yoifiO flkt and« eriM«iit«M 
MWM viti«rtMliw to M piOM no Was im that a( Iw «^ 
indw gooaa twir aava. The two Mara am Richard Hanto MiO tMinny 
AguHar, 
~ MIDy OMFnTM SNOW 

tXM8 0)AY»OW 

«NQ CfKWyr'S MOmE OLOE OIWTMAS Ono CRNby In 
aw Waa mntw h<» of nwaic. fiumor a iid a a n n li tepatf fc4m»>n. 
Am waaka prt ortewa daati. Appaai tywy t Croaby am Ni|««a 
and IMr Wm chHran. fiuaata: OavM Bowlai TadQsy, non Mooiti'. 



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Brttlah oomadMn »Miay Baxter, tonoons inrwy boy« uioir 

• CHARUE'8 ANMLS 'htagic PIre- Sabrina, Kally and Kris invada 
ttM worM of Ikjaion to l«rip a (lame ttrowNng maglcim^Mve fw iar 
n d mqo nlgW>io a> m tnoiM. ^* 

i^REATPSVOmiAICES 'S«ah' The turbulent He of iagan<tey 
a^«M Sarah Bemtwri* ia portraywi in detal'by Zoe Catdnral. The 
Mend) actrtaaa ««a a iraman whose tempertuous moods and 

n2f>*(^ oraalnesa rnade her the (oast of two continents ckirlng ffie 
iMh-cenlury. 

• TOO aUB Questt: Dr. Uoyd Ogivie, pastor of Holywood 
2**¥W^ Church. Connacticut businesafflan Dave Thompson. 

• THE JOHNNY CAW CHRISTMAS SPECIAL A took at some 
alttMitnataignillcanthoftliyalnJohnny'sparaonalandprofessional 
n». Quaais: June C^itarCMb, the Carter Ftnit^. Jeny Lee Lewis. 
ftoy Orbiaan. (M Pertdna. (he Statlar Brotfiera. ftoy Clark. Taped 
In NMMto, Tann.. and larael. 

It BMSTTA Tony Barettf (^imly aets out to nail a dnjg dealer who 
biil up Na dantele with pre-teen cNMreh. 

{mBROCK 
• •NEWS 
CHARi«MA 
THE C88 LATE MOVK 'Hawai Fwe^O" McQanett tries to break 
a narcottca ring with the help of an uhdarworfcl character. McCioud: 



10:00 



10:00 
11;00 



1:00 



AUMePlolatTranquilValey-AcemrtBiyiaactualyadMrinoheuaa 
for stolan iMcSdnea. (R) 

•THE TONIQHT SHOW t^oat: Johnny Carson. Queata: Bert Cowy. 
Chuck Manokxw. Tom Dreeaan. 

• 8TAR8KY AND HUTCH. MYSTERY OF THE WmCSTAHSKY 
AM) rtJTCH - -The Fix' Stwaky searchea lor Hrfdi who tm bean 
abducted and atnsiQ out on heroin. MYSTERY OF THE ^et - -Tbe 
OoUite lOr The husband of a wealthy woman deviaaa a plan for her 
murder without knowing ttwl al)e has a ptan for hie demiae. (R) 

• MOVIE No ttown Payment' 1957 Joanne Woodwart, Tony 
Raretal. Sodal. economk;. and emottonal proWenw of louriliaBied 
couplea, neighbors in a post-ww housing devetormant and the 
tragedy that touches them 

• TOMOmoW Host: Tom Snyder. Gkiest: Jory Graham, a cancer 
«k:tim. 



If^^*.II?!!5.^SEJF*'™****«"'«™E"WHTT0MAKl 
LAsTHMtlTE CHANGES. 



• Ale NEWS 

• me«fmQ BREAKDOWN 

! OMSK VAN DYKE SHOW 
C8SNE«« 
NB C NEWS 
BEWITCHED 

I OVER EASY Quaata: Roy Rogara and Date Evana Part I. 

I I LOVE LUCY 

7«)tt CROSS Wire 



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7:30 



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MLLYJIIAHMII CRUSADE 
_ MACNI9L4WRW REPORT 
• OOMERPVLE 
~ ADAM ia 

RMMT 
PEUD 
CAVETT SHOW Quaat: Julan Bond, 
rWila kHvM and aomsttna adtor. 

SHOQAN'SHBIOeS 
^ WALTONS Jbn Bob raatna he haa navar aociabad wti 
pec0la hia own aga ouWda hia own faniy. 
•CHPS tfc^way Robbery* During a ftaawaylia 19, Aloa. a eiroua 
alaphant, breaks looaa from her wan and Ponch and Jon have Ihalr 
fiends iul. 




Qaoigia Slate 



• SANTA OAUS IS COMMG TO TOWN An animated mUak^l 
tela that dalMw into ttw mysteries and mylha of Kits Krln^. alas 
Santa Ciaua. Fred Asteire. MkAey Rooney, Keanan Wym alv. 

• ONCE UPON A CLASSW -The Legend of Robm Hood' ipiaode 
Mna. lOng Hchard la taken priaonar by LaopoM of AuaMs and 
damanda a sinaom for hia ralaaae. Robin kitercapto a Mter from 
Prhoa jQlyi to the aharW and auapects a ptot 

• MfiYOnPPITHSHOW a 
3:30 •DORIS DAY SHOW 

6:33 •WLENTMOHTThiaprograraleaturealiaViannaBoyaChairand 
a Miri^anaamWa performing selecltons tt tnuic wprapriile to 
Iha CMabnaa aaaaon. 

MO SAa STAR TRIBUTE TO ELIZABETH TAYLOR Many of Mtos 
Taytar'a good frianda and felow actora tfom over the yaara wl 
partorm for her In a caat parly atmosphere, mckJdkig Shaun CaMkfy, 
Bob Hope, Rock Hudson, Paul Newman, Burt ReyifioMa, Rtehard 
Burton, Debbie Boone, Den Rowan, Dick Martm. Tom Oraka. Peter 
Lawlord and otfiara. 

• HALLMARK HAU OF FAME The Court Martial of Qaorge 
Annalrang Cuater' Brian Keith. Ken Howard, BIyIha Dannar. James 
Olaon atar. Combinatkxi of fact and fk:tk>n to tol what iiMt have 

I if the conlroveraW General Custer had auntad the 
at Utile Big Horn. 



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•BARNEY MILLER ' The Tunnel' Wqo is buned alivu. the precincts 

talaphonea are dead, and Harria sti hasn't found an apartment with 
atarrace. 

■TOOCLUBQueats: Playwright and actor l^gan Courtney, his wife, 

«ngar CyrtNa Lawson, John Wesley Retcher. noted speaker and 
teacher. 

••** •5?i*if^***"^^'""«'^»8«'''f°««yB»«e' Stephen and John 
rtW* Raftorty take opposite sides in the violent troley strike of 
1B9B. A scab molonnan. John Patrick is ambushed and the incident 
M caw aradb y photojoumalist Sarah Lathrop. 

9:30 •CARTER COUNTRY Sparits fly when Chief Roy and Fire Chief 

Thorpe meet for their annual baseball game. 
10«0 • BARNABY JONES A 12-year-oW girl's accurate forecast of two 
deaWw and a dtoappearance leads Bamaby to believe he may bo 
daaing wUh the occuK in a smal country town. 

• ABC NEWS CL08EUP Host: Steve Bel. This ABC News special 
focuaea on the people, not the policies, of the Vietnam era. its legacy 
and Ingaring scars, by tracing the lives of some members of the 
Chatham (New Jersey) High School dass of 1964. 

• FORSYTE SAGA 'h Chancery' Helene, on the verge of a 
complete mental breakdown, is fata»y injured in a fa«. Her husband, 
meanwhile, has become trustee of Irene's inheritance Soamps. 
lontfng for a aon. begins thmkmg m tenns of divorce. 
SP MANNA 

• ••NEWS 

• GOOD NEWS 



10:30 
11:00 



11:30 



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fm^^ "-^^^ **°^^ "^^ Firechasers' 1972 Chad Everett, 
wjmelto Comer. An investigator for an insurwice conpany with the 
aid « a reporter and a photographer, investigates a series of fires 
BWIjwwdesfroyed a number of buildings al in the aame 
neignbortiood. (R) 

•rjHE TONIGHT SHOW Host: Johnny Carson. Gueat: Marvin 

• POLWE STORY, THURSDAY NIGHT SPECIAL POLICE STORY 
- The Ripper' Two officers attempt to track down a kier of 
Sf?n I^^^^ ^°"^ SPEQAL - 'Gamblers: Winners ai2 
Lroers David Hartman goes to Ijs Vegas for in-deplh intonriews 
wm operators of casinos, bookies, dealers and their ciente 
mambers of Gamblers Anonymous. (R) 

• MOVIE The Mudlark' 1950 Irene Dunne, Alec Guinness The 
BW> wwf tries to meet Queen Victoria, secluded in her castto snce 
ABert s death. The boy is suspected as part of an Irish ptot cauaina 
a national cnsis. ^ ^ 

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• CPO 8HAM«Y tiatala'a IMmakan' awkay'a Ihbrad (aar of 
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pr aaiaa tor a date at Iha alter. 

• DONNY AND MARC Quaate: MMon Berto, Ch«o. The 
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• W/^SHMQTON WBEK M REVCW 

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"• WAU. Sn^lnNBK Hbat Loula Rukaysar. IJndarMndabto 
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aoonomiat Hanta Tmi and SMngi Bank. 

• DORIS DAY SNOW 

•IME qgy FWDAY NKyiMOVC -Tha Four Mmkatoaia- Raqual 
WiMli jIVtiiapd Chirabailaln. The Four Muakatoara fry to tol a 
vBakMua piol ai^hasrad by Iha avi Caninal Rtohalau. h 18lh 
oantay FMnoa-^a tea.) 

•iMTROaiPQRD HLES Itotelof Fear- Angal, Mad to toalily 
aaaM a ai/Moi»»m man iraa H up In poah hotala under poica 
proteelton, unN Iha lua^ k fraad en a tochnieally, jaopaitfzlng 
both Na and Rockfonf a Iwaa, 

•THE WC PRfiAY MOHT MOVK « HiVpanad al Lake Wood 
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• 700 CLUB Quaate: Qlorte QaNhar afeiga soma of her Grammy 
award arinnlng aongs, and Mwraa Inaif^ aha coladad In harnaw 
book. 

• HOUYWOOD ON TRIAL to 1047 fria Hjuaa CommMaa on 
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asao WW naaoviaa. jonn npion nanaiaa. . 

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• <Bii]t>lc GumJ3iga«^Mer • b«Nnd IN KWM took at pro fixtftal. 

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I^Ca&DRB^NQVELFORTiLEViaON'ThaMinundaga' 
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SCMIERA 3 QuaM: 1Ch)raogra(ihar. Anna SoMXOw. 
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■THE JB^FERBONS Gaorgamuat«M(aa|MiM«dniHim«lMn 

ha raabas ha naads Ftaranoa to mora tian Ha coiM «wr 

axpacL * 

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CHartiy, Andy (kiffiih. A Middoad of MM dMtniMl^ dariniCflva 



to hutnafl Ma and vagatalton, ■ nwaqkad just outer 
and tf)wwmMnt officials dascind on 8w town hopma tij 
lanlUa Itaat oi a uoMcai waapon sacral. (2 hre.) 
#6TAmKV AND WItH 'Tha Coiactor- The JmasH^riion ol • 
la«ii fhtitdnft oparaliMi bacoma* a deadly game MMn fMdi'd 
airiMan(l4i uMd aa ball to Irap t rimaas Qolactor. 
ftSO S MAUDE Tha cpanHo of a gay barm Ihanai^iboriiocd sands 
a inonlyoiikMad Arthur to personaty doaa its door* 

• THELE880N 

10*0 • THE CAftOL BURNETT SHOW Quaai: Bamadalto Paters 

5 IME LOVE BOAT 'i3aar BMrly' atarrtag Eva Gabor. LaiMa 
Mslaan; 'SpmM Delvary' atarrlng Sob Urich, Pafliala FranWii: 'The 
Strlka' atarrlno Ai Moinaro. 

• BOQART Thia program handtoa the caraar of llmdom'* 
oulalandrBtaoghguy, with dKjnity, raaism and atarliig Wha. 
(■ORALnOBERtS 

{QEORQe AND DIANE IVEY SHOW 
• NEWS 
ABCNBMrS 
HOUVtWOOO: WE saZMCK YfiARS ki Ms Medal trtbuta 
to showman and itmovtlor David 0. Sataniok, scenes from aoma of 
Hdywood's fnesi movies era shoMi. 

• MPUQilAN 
■ NEWS 

bb mow 

6 WOKEND Hoet: Uoyd Dobyna. Bob Alirightson, WhMllisli Bay 
(Wac.) Htgh School loottal oa«ch who beiavaa "wlnnihg ii pot IhB 
only 1*10;' praMania ol MMpandtm iruclten: a vfaN to A muaaiM, 
■^indbn Ounoion ' 

• MOME 'Rmambsr VAian' 1979 JMk Warden. Nah MMtn. 
RMClMa of a CennacicMt (anriy 8* taw eons In ooMMt (Mtt 
World Wkr I ind ttwir acMNna to Ma *l tame dwing wsrlkna. (1 
hr. ao a*!.) 

SJOUnNfY TO ADVENTURE 
MbVlE'Or.X' 1in2UonalAiwB,fawWfray. (1hr.0O8*).) 
1:80 a ROCK CONCERT (TBC TENTATIVE) 
3:30 m MOVIE 'Bnjle Man' 1946 Tom Neal, Rondo HattOA. (1 hr.) 



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• ANMAL& ANMALS, ANBMLB 
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•HIST THE PRESS 

• BEWITCH^ 

• PANOFMMA 

• 1>€ Mn. TODAY A program Fpaceding each National Footbal 
Leagus broadca^ with news and features on tie NFL and other 
sports news of ttw day. 

•M^ '^7 Up to the niiuta foolbal news, inlarvlawa and taaturas 
wtti Lee Leonard, Bryani GurM. Regha Hastdna and various NBC 
sportscasAers cor^tibuliig reporte iiom the Aeld. 

• COLLEGE FOOTBALL '77 An ABC Sporto earies which features 
weeMy Mghlghta of key eonleela which are scheduled during ihe 
1977 NCAA Foolbsi saaaon 

• ONCE UPON A CLAl^C 'The Legend of Robin Hood' ^)isode 
Nhe. King ffidiard is lAen prikmer by Leopold of Austria and 
daM«id»»raneoffihir^ianleiaei. Robin InieKiepts a laier from 
Prtrioa John to 8ie sMMtand aiispe^ a pM. 

• PUGU6 POUGY f^iRUM . 

• 1HEMPL TODAVttMo Ha vs. WasHngton Redsidne 

• MATKMML FOOTBAU. LEAKJE GAME New Enf^and Patriote 
vftHManHmont; SilMa SaahwAs vs. HHaburgh Steeiere 

• RQI^JBi SUMHtMHt 

•ilASOMPlEdETHIUTte I, {%w(iua'Epiioda Four. HVhatShal 
IMaOO AixM Onaiuif Two hieloriane adviae Oaudua to keep on 
p%ingthaidk«lfhewirtttoiv**loi«anduiM4*>Lli(iaschamee 
tolwve Pqetumua, Auguiis's arjsplad eon, dtocNdledto dear the 
way lor lUNriae'a suc c ssaion to iw Svone. 

• GOOONEira 
iH COIASRSA'nON 

• AGE tsr UNd^MlTY "»» MMopolB- The mddsm cXy - 
whswdkUI(M)e«rai»8Miwtisvitft9oftig?X^ • malropofsBca 
New Veiif^nM A lolCaooirtng anurtan dbiosaw? 

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• mOSTY'S WMTHI VKMeCRLMO Nan#or. Andy QdMh. 
Ro«ylheSnowRHn,tiaandiar*«hoiifey chaniCier, takea awite 
in Ms fflirtol aaoMit. |A) 

• HM>f>YHUN^ 

• N^rOR. THt LONG EMlB> DONKEY A new animated, 
Yula^rie crt a MadcMkay ««hoMfhendkiK>' is an asaat m he tains 
Joseph and Matron iteir worKlpbitoamey to Bethlehem. ^ 

• BW^t MSl£YliliMCUI OMMMDE 

• THE NK TODAY A poet-gime program preeentkig ecoree, 
nSfmfpn pKi-ipona nawa. 



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• PB>S-COLA MIXB) TEAM OOIF Finri rouid ol this t^OOjOOO 
72-hole oplf toomamsnl taaMng ismale and mala proHMrym 
leaned, mm Bar<ft(nor CoiMry Oub, Larao, na. 

• NATKMM. NXnSAIA LEAQUi QAMECIaveiand Browns vs 
^DIegoQt8r9ars:NawyoikJMiva.NawOilBansSaMr,OaldBnd 
Rsidsrsiw. Loa An g sfc a ftams 

8 LAST OF THE WU> 
HEUVES 

• M SEARCH OF 

SFLAMte OF REVIVAI, 
MOVE Traaaura Wand* 1994 Walace Berry. Jadda Cooper. 
Ftobert Louie Qtoveneon'a diaito alory about a youia boy iii«w Aids 
•map for hidden traaaura am} Na run4n wiBt Lang\tahn SBw; ® 

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• tWDE WORLD OF TRUTH 

• OLD TIME QOSPB. HOUR 



1 1:30 ilNBC LAtipOHT MOVE 'HafiMbfl Brooks' 1969 OMr mni 
MkiMMl J. PoMiil. Near tw and 01 WMd Mir I. Uit$, in el«9M« 
tooi tia MtMcIt wo, and a Blilih POW ouMI lie Mtfa and llMl 
aaj^ym in tMs^ariano. 



j'^aWMMOMaofDovai' 1944 Irene puma. RalirlMiloni 

M^Aiiiattwi 9K Mw is i Red Croai nuraa in ixindonMw 
ol her aon during Watld¥ter I. (1 Ar. 30 rnkt) 



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12:00 • NOfVOLK STATE MGHUGKT8 

12:30 •MOVE The FaMwisd Sarpanf 1948 RoiMd \iyinM.,Kay* 

3:00 HPn MOVE THEATRE 'the Blue Anget* 1930 MMl|na Oialrfch, 
»i Janninai. A sMd milaiii'i fiinl MMuaBon win a cabMrt 
ainger nine his He. (1 hr. 30 min.) 



IACAL«rATi««MOIKfW0IKtRHINVETWIMWr'r0Mlii3 . 
LAST MMDIK OlAliam. 




wlii Lea Leonard, 



Aiabala PiMi riH#4Mr broBw; Jade, 

agraea to isN MowMn Ox, tie ffloal feared man In Sm IHndseo. 

(CONCLUSION) 

• HE BSL SVSffii PR^EUrs 'CapMi Ceu^agiMa' 
Adwtofan ol fliii^anl iOplna'adaaate novel 01 «|f«ita»«i iw 
hitit aaaa wiii Kart liMden and Rkanto ManMMnMMti|# the 
man who toiehr a ipolad "Mch kkf humaty and rai^onsilly. 

• FAMLY AT 1IMR A Tima to be Bom' 



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E.&^ P.S.T. •IHSPMCS.T.^IU.T, 
"TlNBB 0^ of Nw OoMtof* 1^ RoMrt RMilbrd, 
Faye DuMsay. A CM r«s««fctier Bwomes a 
9Mfi«^^ fcifl^ whwi mamtim muMtt M eo- 
iMwlfemMif etns flun(4^|lor MR. in^Ung tlw iM 
(rf a bewMU |lh^om|Mr, tetlMsie Mek Aiwn ttw 
MN^and umM ffi« myMNy MM 0W Mwiglrtar. 

mCi MOMMY MSHT AT IHi MOVIES: 9m 
MIE.8.T.. PM.T-%MmCMS^9tJi.T. 
"fh* HuMatf ba^* Deom MM% Mobtfrt Reed. An 
M K f w ta »er p< «ciiwniati w^9M|fr^liwltoM>hen 
siM 18 tosnwd «M • inM^toy ndMBTs wfioae illegrt 
bow over » j^MNH PrMMaiiiitf etndkMe wm 
under kneaMt^on. 

THUR^IAY 

9mC^ HALLMARK mu. OF fAME: 9:00 M 
E8X, M.T.-MB ni&aT., lO-T. 
"Th* Cowt MMW 9f diOt|B AMMttong Cu e Mf " 
BrlM Keitft, .Mmes OMMn. TIm beeMMIna nomif 
QM^tas & Jown cenMws f83 81)9 «eion to Mi 
wIM nf^)M hiMi happwwcr Jf 9» coftfrowra tel Sen. 
<^mm iMd wMMd Vi* Urte 1^ Nten miMaciie to 
t^nd trM for M^«e««i8. 

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were emcee Jeny Clow, 
Twtt^ Blig Ban^ HA 
Peggy FenMn. Kenny 
Jonl Lee, Oetrf Moi||ii, 
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BOX: CoufMry Single* Fenwle 
Vocalist-Lwetti Lynn, CoiiMMy 
Single* and Albunis Duels— 
Conway Twt^ *nd LorMa Lym, 
Country OrtgMU Soumlba^— 
'.Smokey ant the BandH'; 
RECORD WORLD: Top Comedy 
Artlat— JOrry (NQ«**r. Country 
Album Duo-<^piiN4r T«^ and 



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eoB M Mw l with • rousing rendition 
ij<|M^ »e Liaht' during whicnaM 
MwVett^perfonnlng on the.ahow 
1^!^ Merle and his barv^nn »<« 



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m^mnr» top trad* puMe«mma 
pr***ni awwids for th* ton albqiw* 
and M«K|ies artists of th* past 
]Mir. Awards presented to MCA 
riMMAng artists from Ihe 
fu^H*ations inelud*— 
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MM-Conway Iwttty, Top Alfiiim 
Oho arftroup-Ciinysy Twitty *nd 
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• EVBMQ AT syMPHONY PhMM Maurtdo PdM ia 8w adoid 
tolHe -Piano CanedtoNo 1' by Brahma. SatOitewa dso ocMucIs 
tha Beaton Symphony Oraliaatra in WUIFanarPe 'Overture to 
Susama's Saci^.' 

•RHOmntod* end Bi*endaspenda snowy Fitoay evening h«4ng 
ftdr a wad dy taniy reunion wMhMisIr parents idiara tie Wghlghl. 
oL Bia avedng is re-running aome home moviee ol Rhode's 
cMAadd. ' 

• TIE 'ANNE' CHRISTMAS SHOW The spadd iaaldaa niisk: 
from ttw show and ClfMnas carda. 'Annis* oad membera 
headHng iw program mdude Andrea McArde, Raid ShaMon. 
Ddetiy Loudon and Suidy. 

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Mill)t«tOWN«WMnlhepainlBrsdisn«(Maito'swsrtt^ 
Mitt dw move m with her for a wt«s, wid r« a r^Mt tor 8Mlr 
friendship. 

• AU. M HE FAMk.Y A gdlMddMiaadldmailMf ArMs rtdcs 
hie Ma tar Mka and Gtorta whan he leami that Iha^ house is >ie 
ioace (Kwe«w Kound of Knieadars)ne)dttin)dtor a cr oe e buHf i g . 
(Condusion) 

• THE BIG EVENT The Seven*) Arwiud Lm Vegas &*ertainmanl 
Awards' Stars who wB entertain and aarvaaa pr see nl a rsln d ud aOon 
Rkshlea. TIm Turner, Charo, RIpTatldr, OmM Brar^, An nM a rar a t , 
GMdys Ki4(^ and Aa Pipe, Sheoky Oraene, Merta HaggilCb folia 
Flekk. 

• ABC THEATRE 'The Qattwing' EdMsd Asnar. ktaraao 
»«laton. CMstmas is a riMwa of pain end hemlri We dmma of 
a drivdriMn whose aueoeaaM budneaa has cell Mn his tard^. (2 
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uHiiuiiniiHs MIm»M^ csn'eenoodt one Und acham*. 

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recorded 14 sono* at Jack 

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Pre*l*y ro*e to *tinl6m In tfw 'Ms 

the ****lons at C^^nl 

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•s the Site of the re<w<Mngs 
b9$sus« Blondo wanted to 
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D.J. Fontane, drummer on mmI of 
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M^T SHOW Quaat: Jolvi Chawtr. MMKl-winnlng 
I Mort tWry wril«r •nd novtIM. 

0:<KI 'VCnCW OF THII «TAfW MtohMl York ■rn ungy WMNVTW (Mm 
up M ririgrnMNrt iri th* aMond «fniNi ipMW on wNah rnollan 
Hjckra wid MwWon giirt baoomt drew ptfionnart for {uri ono 

(i Lnuc H008E CM THE WAME Hiiro Corn* «w BfldMlMto 
OloMn afldU4w SriMM rtiMl. M In kw« and ilepo, arid duriria tw 
frantic aalrah Iqr «a pair, Iha boy-i wWowarad fathar and apkMBT 
Mm Bm«» daeida to amtMa Iha coupla and tta ttw fflaMmorM 
knot IMmmMI. 

• THi WW NORO BCACH BUMS 

• HATWNAL OEdORAPHC 'Yukon Paaaaga' Fow young (tian. 
rattwa Iha tral ol ttia Nondia goid^aakara, pMrig iMir ooun|0« 
jind andwanea againat •» niggad AMtan wMamaaa i» a 
ipaeiMHHr oMMoor ackwrdura. 
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8:30 S DORIS DAY 8H0M/ 

9m •ISCMOIIDAtrMMT AT THE MOVKSThsStoi^alar' Martin 

Balsam,^^ Duke AsQn. A pi^fc scripiwrttar's tetovWon movie is 

acasedi^'K^aiiwg a 12-^v<old MOwer to comnA araor^, w) act 

that caua a t f» youngsta^t tlMft. (2 tvs.) 

•I AfiC^IMMBAV NMMT FOOTBAU BalUmore Coils vs. Mi«r« 



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tirxx)ln' This television ad^tetion of James Pridaaux's play feaiures 
MlfkHmm jn fm Tony AMWd-winrw^ role aa4Aary Todd Lincoln, 
se art in t he years fototm^^ hwat»ncl's assassinaUon. 
ft8MPiNDavidM«ynagiail^ar»asanoid«audevie periormer 
whose nauMound popularity ia rrarred by a series of attempts on 
his M*. 

• LFE M THE SPIRfT 

• G£RALO DERSTItC SHARES 




11:30 ■THEC^SLXmiKmElt^MMaandWtoHutfMnd.Wlvesand 
Iters' During a e^aluRia tal. a ck^a Mend of the McMlans to 
murdarad and «ieri's ari tppMtt rc^bery aWiough niching is Men 

S^ ■ ■ -■-'.•. ^ 

THE tOMQHT mcm i&mA IvmI: OmwI Brenner. Gue^: 
Suzwme Spmers, Helen Qudey Sn>m, John TravoNa, RanUe 
Van. 

illMWie 'Thp U* Conmand' 1940 John Wa^ie, Waller Rdgeon. 
Kansaf school laacHar becomes ttie famed guerrala cttiet, Quentrel, 
wdflghKt A MeW'ikiringGM War raids In Kansas territory. 

TOMOMOW Host: Tom Snyder. Quest: Ptov Kirby J Hdnaley. 
founder and preaident m 0w Universal Ue Church. 



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FOlM OWIIn EHCW QuaMs: Qwan Vanlon and 1h* Ainirlcan 

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l«Mt San Ibiga a acMootlMidy,wfK>hwj racing 
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Sin flBMNMlAIIGE At WOLF TRAP lM«y Qpodnan' The 
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iKbda Mag foriw lteN>.' '^no. ^. SMV anit ttw, diitfnal 
earataiiiiiyprrim.cfl1$f4pMM^k>Blue'wH)CdMib(^Mortor)<^ 
■no iiiaiwrpiaiuia nawa jnniaim. 

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ipecia^ i«piaiii»<ip anoBw m.a.8.h. unK, aaparianoa a worMkoua 
i^^ma Biraaa of anamy arihjry fra: fiay dtooover 

Mitailw'AiainlycampinoWfcacoiiiaeakt^ilan^ 

orifN«tor^andMteha*lMttfganwhantwooftiairbroodb«^aine 

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Jack's unde passes him a bad check. 

• TooauB 

0:18 HA GIFT TO l>ST Melvyn Douglas plays an embittered oki man 

who refuse to^3end Christmas with tvs fdtiMy yet is deeply touched 

when his gramteon gives him a present arid shares treasured 
% memories with the boy ol a Christmas 80 years earlier, in thte original 

teleplay by-Gordon PInsenl. 
0:30 9 ONE DAY AT A TIME A guit-ndden and confused Barbara is 

convirtced She's responsible for her classmate's overdose of 

sleeping pis. ^CONCLUSION) 

SSOaIp Episode Twelve. Peter is in for the surprise of his life when 

an unexpected visitor calls at Ns apartment. 
10:00 • LOU GRANT Lou and Charlie face a diffteult protilam: how to 

tel their publitfier that the new man in her yfe may be more interested 

in her paper than her. 

■ POUC£ WOMAN 'Screams' Rich Little guest stars as a 

w dhoo l od but demented bushessman, wtu k^es young female 

httch-Mkers into his car for their last ride. 

• IHE BARBARA WALTERS SPECIAL Henry Winkler. LuGiie Bal 
and her hust>and, Gary Morton, and Dolly Parton are scheduled to 
tak with Barbara Walters in the first of her four specials for this 
SGfison * 

10:10 • FESTIVAL M VENNA The Vienna Phiiarrnonk: Orchestra, 



10:30 
11.-00 

11:30 



darectedtiy Heitiz WaittMrg, presents a concert oi oU world tavonles, 
including Gauss' "Piz^cMo Pefca' and Dvorak's 'Stavonc 
Dancaa ' 

PRACWMU. CHRiSTtAN LMNQ 



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fAQQART 
_ THE CBS LA'^MOVIE 'Houaton , We've Got a Problem' 1974 
BebWi CUp, CKi Quhjjar. MMon Control stnjggles to bring three 
aitronauta homa safely. 'Koiak: A Long Way Prom Times Square' 
K<^ and Cwckergo fo a smal Nevada town to try to take t«ck 
an imporim wiiness, but ttwy wind up in jail after a kx»l brawl. 
il THE TtMMHT SHOW Gueet host: Oavkl Brenner. Quests: Mac 
Pavis, Jerry Bakar (plant expert), Omar Sharif, Norm Crosby. 
tUESOAY MO^ OF IHE WEEK Ouiler: Price of Violence' 
Mlch«sl Jayaton. . 

H l40VtE 'To be or not to be' 1942 Jack Benny, Carole Lombard. 
Aohn in Poland pose as Naa bigivigs to effect escape of an RAF 
pikft outwJHiu the Ne^ invaders. 
t$ TOIiKiRROW Host: Tom Snyder. 



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• MOVIPfaVta df Qloiy' 1967 Kkk Ogudac. Ralph Meeker. 
ySpligtiar . 1 916: Oiwfrt ordtrs 701inr4^ RMmahf to lik* 
MipfadhiHa'dsfsfMt'jMaiwA haktbyOannans. (1 Itf^ 30 mirL) 

• OVBI lABY O^: Barbara Fakton. 
ItOVJEMiCY 

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_ A.filDMiCCHRI8TUA8Animatadatoryaftvaaaiaiibaings 
DhoiMie to Eartti to daoovar the meaning of Chrialmaa. 

NAME THAT TUNE 

IBHOWQu^RlChLittle. 
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•pnM na aiwvMiia aaayaiiig praaaiNa 10 BaorocK, iM flM|9Fraa 
a ^NdH powar itm amUas hkn to drfwa ttia aWgh antf dalwr 

i^TW^IWNKIKr BEFORE CHRISTMAS Paul Lynde'a guests 
tor IbiaapaeW am Aiina Maara, Martha Ray, Aloa GhoaUay, Foster 
" >d». Hw fi wtf Mortis. Qaorga Qobal. AwaOnfWams. 

rmmoK 

sr^^KNYK Basabal gretf Raggfa Jackaon, aa himsair, comes 
the obimiunily cantor aaarching for the home-nr baX which he 
WlriltaWgrUISarioa. 
#DOnB mV SHOW 
9:00 fi THE CBS W^3NE80AY MQHT MOVCS -Uptown Saturday 
N|M' Skiiay PoiMr, BB Coaby. Stova JKikaon. taho is hoidhg a 
|n,0OOloBaiy iQkal, and Wardal Frankfn. who haa Man having 
I IcityjrtniBk al eriDa, ar« hekl^up by gangrtar SBcy SMi When 
may f^ to raccwar tw tnonoy, they are caught in Iha mttls of a 
Jingland feud> (2 h^.) 

SiMC E^V».. J BBJEVE M CHRffiTMAS Quaate: DavkJ Soul. 
Maids aM YMnel. Engetoart Humpafdnek In a hMday trip trough 
c h id h oo d memories. 




• CHARLIE'S ANGELS The Angels are hired to protect Sammy 
Davis, Jr, after he is threatened. 

■ GREAT PERFORMANCES 'Abkld with Me' Cathleen Nesbitt is 
feaksed in Julian Mitchell's dramatizatkx) of the complex relatkxiship 
between a strict, lonely dowager and the young giri hired as her — 
housake^jer. Filmed in the original Gloucestershire setting, the 
drama is set in 1928 in England's CotswoM NIs. 

• 700 CLUB 

0:30 • WOOBIOUSE PLAYHOUSE 'Mr Potter Takes a Rest Cure' An 
American publisher gets more than he bargained for when he visits 
an unpublished Brit^ authoress and her scheming family, wtik;h 
inckjdes a flighiy daughter wt)o doesn't want to marry the man her 
mother has selected tor her. 
10:00 •BETTEMIDLER--OL'I^HAn IS BACK The DivKie Miss M' 
Guests: Dustin Hoffman, circus clown Emmett KeRy and The 
Harlette s. Be tte's singing badcup group. 

■ BARETTA Tony Baretta. trying to solve a murder and recover 
a prioress necklace bekxiging to an ol sheVt, is teamed with a FBI 
agent who is not what he appears to be. 

10:30 • BOOK BEAT 'The Stone Bui' by PhylNs A. Whitney. 

• THE ROCK 
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11:30 •1ME08SUTE MOVE -HawasRve-O: The Listener' A paranoc 

threatens a psychiatrist end al of his patients 'Kojak: A House (^ 

Prayer' A Las Vegas poticeman cotors a 'retired' counterfeiter, but 

WtoW thecrfminal can be retomed to New York he's killed. (R^ 



_ r TONIGHT SHOW Quest host: DavkJ Brenner. Guest: John 

Davidson. 

• 8TARSKY AW HUTCH, MYSTHIY OF THE WEEK ^ARSKY 

AfC HUTCH-The Bait' Starsky and Hutch pose as dealers to nal 

a big time heroin supplier. MYSTERY OF THE WEEK-'The Werewolf 

of Woodstock' A man is turned into a werewolf by an eteflrical stomi 
at Woodstock. (R) 

■ MOVIE 'The Little Shepherd oi Kingdom Come' 1961 Jimmie 
Rodgers. Chi Wils. Adventores and romance of a Kenutcky 
mountain boy who fought for the North while kiving the South. 
1:00 • TOMORROW Host: Tom Snyder. 



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autfw J.R«. Tolkein. lights Hmmif to an adventure fri a scene from 
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oraive A wMte, w * th ea e 
Idee ejre, one greea ejre. 
QUA GEl Portamonth store 
area. 4ai-SI73. 



DOG, FEIULS, 1 jrearoid, 
part Labradw and part 
German Shqiheni. Real 
good with cUlifreB. FREE 
to a good home. 486-8650. 

FREE DRUM LESSONS -~ 
fw begimers. Ages 7 - 13. 
482-2724. 

FREE TOP aOJL. Yotthasl. 
4%5694. 

I < ! # ■ ■■ — — ■■ ■■II H 

ADORABLE CAUCO KIT-' 
tea— male, 4 months iidd, 
playtnl aad coddly— aeeds 
a loving home. FREE to ' 
rMtfofflUy.Cali3«>-0716 

alJBrSrOO. 

FI^E TREES, eat war- ~ 
sell for firewood. 1120 
Tn^wood Ave. Va. Beach, 
Va. Call after 5:00 - m- 
3141. 

lOTTEnS: muk aad witie 
tanales, 2 iBaBttsold.Qai 
4li-«95. __^ 

AOraUBLE part liable ~ 
g^^ to good home: 

000031 SPANIEL; FKEt 
to kntog home. She is 4 
yn. old, has bees qmyed, 
is ACC registered andpa- 
pers are bKliided. Call: 
■tt^-7417. - 

raPPI£5: MA scttw/ 
Ularmtat wvtiM, exeel- 
laig pett 4r hcrtlng dogs- 
Prwe to good hcMo*. Call 
W-«i64. 

FREE TO GOOD kome: ~ 
2, 6 i4[. (fld pops. Hind 
breed. Prete to kmf to- 
geOw tai good haiM. CaU 
943-6031 altar 7.10 p.m. 

t YR. OLD MBDIUM dse 
dag mind bree d. Fmrnle, 

fmni- AU dmu. LMg 

reiMA feronhalr. Loves 
odMoors-aeeito yard. Lii- 
4S dtildren. CaU 543-8191. 



SAFE S<AoDl LmKhM: For 
free iof(Migiatl« m food 
safety, write Ibr a espy 
or "Food Safofy f6r tbe 
famUy" from the Soatt- 
aast WormMoa CMfice, 
nSDA, Boom ^. J7U 
PeaefatrM 8L, HW, Attsa- 
k, Ga. 3^1. 



FBEl paRitM. teitt 
smOmt is tenter. Bad 

^tar S p.m. 



ax PUPPIS mix tatd - 
piM bMgle togood bame. 
eiflii7-75i3. 

• FMmte dec, • 

m. SaMU. l^a 

CaD 



StiNMWi^fpm. 



tnm mamiMf-Gm, 
mMm. 

FstBasauM 








(-rree lee 



•mo FQIUJE PUPHE^ 
btedc aad wUte, aite. - 
FREE to good Mne. 487- 
3868. 

Ft>UR stz-weak tki 
Utteim aad year t£A 
msOmr. C«B481-tt4l. 



LITTER OF 5 GUINEA 
Pfgs. Free to good home. 
4M-1M. 



S BEAimFUL KITTEMS- 
3 flUhtal aad t dulaa. 
3aMalMeid.HaUslMbaae, 
wttk riuaase mtffcii^ birt 
aet odors. FREE to agood 
home. CaU tt8-6819. 




•-iMMo««hUaf tor Sole 



YOUR carpet wlU aever be 


1973 Horaet, S rtr. hatch 


eleaaer or look better ua- 


back, 


tU ftn try tts. Free es- 


pend« 


tlmatea - Low rates - Call 


aace, oay; 


ftwUngsafte 


-. - 42Wr, 


3808. 


, ,. 



Tow rUE BEE ad wUl raaAJwtiMr^ people «to iW ptwvMe tfltee 
yen' t^mi. Aad If it's iwaitbliiii Mm yea have la i^aaMy, yew frtoids nd Ml0- 
IMS wffl ifpredate yew g e aeresl ^. Se oO Ml'Wn to i^ee yew Pttt BtB ad 



MIXED fflStnS aaads 
loviag hnne «Mi loU of 
room to vmtMfUKf- t 
month old fao^^^ayed 

aad has aU aloto. Good 
dl^osttloa. FREE to good 
home. 340-|i«. 

FREi! couDim Acn- 

vrriES-aory aad moviaa. 



KITTEie - 6 weeks (dd- 
male aad ten^e, Uttw 
traiaed. 420-5171 



FREE! Garage Sale sigasi 
naaatog a aale? Cone by 
Davis ^atty, 174DLaskto 
Rd.-flUttop aad pkdt-ap 

■^VF pnfsssioaaUy 

I UsowewUl 

.) , e'FORSAU 

bv owNth siga if yo« 
are noviac and Randal to 
aeU yaw owa boose. CaU 
422-MH). 



1 need a honw. I am an 
altered, adatt, male, Uack 
and wUte eat. Ibave aU 
rtots. My aana is Bandit. 
I'm aa ovlaide cat, aad I 
have a alee diqietitJoa. My 
fuaily B»ved aad eoala't 
talw m« wMi ttieai. CaU 
497-7812. 



crafi dayaaadpMmtitaiM 
CaU CIdUraa einw&n- 
tw, Peggy Ferdmad at 
S47-«<r 

FREE STORY KMlB-tor 
ddldren to hritp work- 
ing parteu, Hht ^Udrea 
^es 3 to 6, Q« Weifiws- 
days at 7 p.m. aad Satw- 
oays at U a.m. Ch«M4peake 
Heddquarters Lfbmry ia 
tir*:if Bridge 

FREE-popplea. aliad nad 
shepherd. Both nalaa aad 
females. 9we^oId.CaU 
488-1016. 

FREE VO(X) - Fr«a oM 
shed, good lor llrwwood, 
caU 427-2811 or 418-0100 

TBREE beaiMflil male 
Germmi ffhuihra pmttea. 
fnie to giood hoM One 
Uack and ^lo tri^ anaa. 
Sis weeks (dd aad ready 
to go now! CaU S«-4823. 



FREE - TMete. Oaeis- 
a s(dld Idaek ImuM, ^ly- 
ed oOier to a aoUd wktta 
aule, aaotered. flott c^ 
are very geatle. CUvtag a- 
wty beeaase of aUocgiaa.. 
.Need v«7 la*fa$ hMU, 
older cotvie preMrrad. 
Call M7-88Maftarfp.Bi. 



GOTTA mUPE?? The 
TMwatw Batter Bi^Mmi 
BarawtoaqBlppodtoaa- 
siat yoa wtth yew eea - 
suMrpnUona.aai6»- 
9691 am - 4:00) mmkj 
- Pri*|. T^ as fbw 
praUana. It we out Mto 
yoa, «a wtti ^thw ttil 
yea wiqr or rtfw yea to 
proper igaKy lAoeaib^ 

lOB. 



•FBlBtoSL 

9 Boodi ffiamaaa SmI Mat 
klttaa. Shoto. 467-ttiO - 
490-0591.. 

FEDERAL TAX telbnia- 
ttoa aad aaristaea. CaU 



"SOONwiU ttie present-day 
ordw be rolled up, aad 
a new one qn^d oat to 
its stesd." Baha'u'Uah. 
For a free book, The 
Baha'i Faitti, by Gloria 
Falsi, ddivered by maU, 
eaU«4-2290. 

GERMAN SHEPHERD piq>- 
pies - 2 loving male pq>- 
piea - Need home. Aaiioos 
for soneooe to ptoy with. 
421.-9614. 

BABY YJ^UK BABBtTS • 
gin jnriqr te i^ nbaw. 
AU edors. daU 487-6777. 

CATS - two Mack -mti^ 
weald like to go as pair. 
Cnll 486-75l«» 

SHALL CACTIK seedUag 
ud cattiags - nead care 
anftt estibUdied to soaay 
wtodoar. Dtrt ud pot not 
todwAid. CaU 947-7279. 

ADCXRABLE CALICO ktt - 
tea— male, 4 montha old, 
ptoyfd aad eaddly— needs 
a lovlag hMae. FREE to 
right tomUy. CaU 340-9716 
after 5:00. 



FREE to a good hone mate 
part Angora ktttaa 7 w e eks 
old, Utter tratoad. WUlde- 
, Uver foryowapprovali^b 
to reasGUble distance. 
Free food aixl UttW box. 
CaUS47-2475a0w4p.m, 

H) - THAT'S BIQBTtin 
10 Germaa ShMhsrdpay- 
ptes that are niag to aeed 
lovtog homaa Ikmaibw 1. 
Come take yaw piekl CaU 
^ 467-3234, after 6 :00 poa 

IpiitEE - 3 Loi« 
'kittons to good hnne. 467 
. 6985. 



I a.n. Md 4.-48' 
p.m. Tdtophoaa 481-3770.' 

FREE WBATBERRXPOtT 

Up-to-lhe4ow. Banugtoa 

■Roads area Iweeatt. Dtal 

936-1218. 

KnrTEN& Stenaltklttoas, 
Tabbv edwod. litter 

' t » «edcs old. Free 
to I ju home. 484-1096. 
aftn 3 p.m. 

— <i^— ^'^ I ■ III I I I I W l I p ll II 

BE CatL FRUEMD- Adopt 
and give yowJlova aad 
hooM 89r ow aaimals. We 
need yow he^. Porte - 
Biooth nynaae Society. 
897-6004. . 

FREE-I 1/t yr. old mate 
dog. Mixed breed, audtom 
die. Good pet, bieadly 
aad pteyfttL Needs good 
hone wflh teaeed yard. Has 
ted shoto. 42I-«W. 

FREE: 3 Uttow, mate, 
wUte, iptv aad htedOi 
Its., to good hmne. «t- 
0476 after 3:00 yaehdaya. 



FREE MOVIES evwyWed- 
aeedur jd 13:10 p.n. at 
Klnitewy, 301. E. City 
aaUAve.,itetteik. 

FDUBHrrfiilNS - Very 
pterM, 8 weeks old. Free, 
^between 1p.m. aad 10 
p.m. 437-«38. 

3 adora^'kltteBs. 6 wMbs. 



KITTENS: Mates A Fe- 
males, 5 wks. old, diort- 
haired. Have 1 twtetee 
shell, 2 Iriaek, 2 soUd 
itriWaaad 1 eraage Httea 
irtte Hae eyes. Ateo aeed 
lonrtag home lor Ibtedkfo- 
■ale mm, > b«- old 
and lldack male Uttea, 
t moft old. 2 milea tron 
Morlhwast Rlvw Park. 
4n-Vt7. 

FREE PUPnES - 6 wks. 
old - 8 nde - one temale- 
CaU 4H-0030. 



3 BEAUTIFUL cate - Z 
spayed fnnale (1 Stotese 
1 part Persian) 1 Materod 
Bi^ Simaae. Uttw boa 
tsateed. Glvtog away tor 
haaKh raasoas. Need ham 
-waaat ehUdrea. 488-3708 

mvvm s - KUxed breed. 
nedlaai staed docs, part 
dMphetd and eo«-4-poo. 
Free to good hoiM. fwy 
adorabte aa4 Intog, mmi 
MS toqip«date,«D'8614. 

FREE CAT-sto years old. 
Has blMk Aort h^, 15 



a e etered . Trataed to stoy 
ootride dartag the dqr, tA 
ti^ sleepa tasida. Very af- 
ted toai ^ . Leevtog wee, 
free to good hooM etfy. 
CaU«4-^. 



2 6-WK 0U> pqpa. Mtoad 
brsed - Preiw to kew 
togetter to goodhoBM. CaU 
943-60n At 7J0 p.m. 



BUYER PROrECnbH-B 
yoa're te Um atoilat lor a 
need ew, tewe's a flm 
tew to peateet yoa agaiaet 
odoB^w itotag, reUtaf 
ba^ m BdtomeoaMer. 
.Wrtte iMf the free Mdw, 
"CflMwaw ProteetteBUa- 
dw lte« AMitea^wteg 
Odooeter Lav." from tte 
IWioMyi n^nmy TnfBe 
Stfrty AdnMatratto* 406 
8weattSI,8.W.,Waahtof 
toe D.C. 10690. 



iooscme f(« a buf- 
falo roast? te-aaEafctew 
eo B v e al tea? (^ pavhe a 
me«tt«oftheIowanHA- 
bted Fadar^w? Ftad oat 
wh^a JMpBiBlBg te Aiiw- 
teal^eaflbgaisteOflree 
aaaAorpn M-OM. W» 
the tewtot^s aew 
frtoiri. 



3 VBTT CUTE hag hateed 
pspptes^ i tAs Adenrnt: 

waag* f week idd '" 
947-4Sn. 



DOG - 3 yr. old a^e. 
Mteed terilw, boiw. 
Loves <Aadraa, free. 483- 
0434. . 

" "' " ' I, ■' * 

TBRIHBR /IXidBmillD- 
Uaek aad whttenwUiga. 
Aorthatr«t7«e«».Pne 
to good tene. 183-1467, 
evsrtf^teiy. 

FROHT AMD BACK SIaTS 
tar 71.73 wn Ford staa- 
dwd sine. 947-^8. 
FREE 



WAGLB PDP-6 madhs. 
Grart wiUi chUA«a. Free 
to good hone. 488-7348, 
altw 6 weekdays. 

FREE GAMES- to (AeciE 
oat. Ptt, Pn*e. MoMpdjr, 
Semi, BaeteanoB, Chaine 
Brown, RaottF Abb. 
Ch^, Ridihw panOas aad 
maw mere rt rheaipaaka 
Beadqautws Libratv, 
<^aW BrUge CUbfrea^s 
Boon. 

FOPR mteed b r ee d pq ptea 
Eii^ weatoioU. Aqfdae 
who cu give th«a a laed 
Mu wrieoaMd. Mefioa 
iteed dog, Cm be aaa»' 



nm- 6BMBteiridi 

teg«dMitttodalort« 
JHW Ihr 9^, prefwoae 
thrt te> tasfe fneed vaxd. 
Ae' baa hat tee begiaaw 
slou ofllr. CaU ^7-6941. 

2 KlTt^M. 8 aw. ^. 
oae tepg a«if Mick, one 
AoriU-irtMBMlas 
itoed, had shoto 

FIVE mUM Mi. Five 



Anwl- 
eaa %te, flrihw GotdoB 
Ceehw 4pmM.,2 mates 
Md tteae teMlM. CaU 
«i-«tf iMw siio 
ii^aadatti 



SAHERu CAT 
nastffirt F)Od 
etewed Mdi 
Saa^^eiii^ lyrs. dd ■'IMm 
to eat itfider ptato mi 
gasi»-?^«*«. '0»-tm 

3 MDQE3> GERMAN Sb»- 
herdt. Femate - $ mm 
4M.<^afiw6p.n.»«- 
86M. 



SEPlt'T&SK 3 



CHI 429-7111. 



sdr 



flagriBdHiie 



NEPQSffi PUTIMG a i 
uaiBuiM nr yew 
sead tor a msSf. 
^Mag critleal ^^ 
BM^ of the dtfiwaat 
atebia nd aiodda. Free 
fren PViaeCWteaBe • 
saart* (teaap. 8000 P 8L 
N.W., Waahtagtoa, D.C. 
20036. 

EKar M raPKES - ifo- 
«hw IkD Hooded Potalw- 

sm-mi. 



BLACK Rjumr, tms. 

snmU ei|^ tadaiBd.tt8- 
1410. 

RBI itthare^MMior 
ttto at QMrlM^ ito- 
tmt VMii MlTO0Bte 



fler Im- 




Free te fSM 
9t7-2789 



oU, Uter 
btee. Ctft 
3 p.m. 




i tmtj haw a t Qeaais ^i 
tay 14 11 i.n. 



oom-Mso 



prteei te ^pMa ad a rt^ ^te 
imtm- SSSfreeMinMt 



ar* 



te 

am m- 




KimiHtoanedl 

1 yaH^, 8 e^- NT- 



FREE TO ootn warn 

OI^T; ♦fftfkiioii.t 



ion A FItfiWi.„ , 
IWy«wanM)*MMBt7 



I FraeM 
Advertteenl Maier- 
#pe te aa (aallteieU} 
l^aeae call ta JM aueel 

yow'nxiBa'gf;;;;;! 

yoe have 'g teea WN g 'yow 
aredaet w aateid» 
POST 117-4571 

suit 4tf.343e 



VERY tftoeti. ^ tm to 
good hHM oi^. Iti yntrs 
Old, »n aimHNk teir. 
Hu kad ahote Bwntaboio 
Metered. TnST^ 
ovtoide te tee 4n i» 
•to^ taride 1^' 
Leav 



.^ywo- 



HANO TUNOIG: Serving 

Tidawater area for 15 

years. TanBe«taB,S40- 

1234 (ahswertog service 

9 ' 5, Mwtey - FrMiy). 

vm TO TONE - 187- 
8M8. IMl^ HSO.0O - 
Upi^, ^9.00. Vtotng 
Phao^Swifoe. 

FREffi BrowBMMBtrf e« 
1029 ft MIMMtim 
(»aM«ike.89«tte. 

nibflK:E SAFE A FAST 
vM GiffiMe TiMeto A E- 
^ *Mtw piUs*. Mur- 
dmiDn^. 

Ran rtaavooM-m^d 
h^May tm -^ mM pw 
rona. 427-t9M. 

3-LaeHadfa1 

amwnaMB^i|i(pBM» 

LOST ttt-mate, te^ 6 
nan oM-iMte itoa cd- 
tep4ort telteram Eab^ 
CaU 85$-SlU after 6 pm 
547-M»5. 



FREiUMBg«n%araeU 
girl seoat vitoauL GaU 
484-6003. T^ 

NEED A oomarattHiBidMr 
Iw TCw dvlc 



ipeikw tee yew dvi 
Bo^p? CUl «»rMra be 
tweea I a.at aad Haaan. 
MB]id«vthroagh Friday. 

Thi Tktowator Cwreqxm- 
deace Bibte Sdteoi wUl 
sead a Free Btete^arse 
to aU lAowrtteteforthem. 
We have five coorswavall- 
abt«, one terehUdreB,9-i2 
oae tor teens; sad an easy 
and advanced oonne ft>r 
adults. Wrtte to: Ttee - 
watw Correspoadoace 
BiUe Sdwol, Pi>. BOK1247 
Chesape^e. Va. 2338Q. 

LOMt HAIRED GflMAN 
Shvherd, mixed, ante, I 
1/2 yrs., v«7 affbetloaate, 
to good bHBe wtlh large 
teaeed yard. 42l->9«7j 

FREE 1ifF(»aaT8»l to 
eoasanera: 4re yon going 
to teva flOteet^proviiBent 
work doae? Buy a ear, ap- 
pUttce w T.V,.? CaB fow 
Battw BaatoaasBweaaibr 
report OB fUrn yoa Are 
eoasidwtog doing bB^ness 
wito. FRK paifqphtete oa 
enptejmaat ageaetef, ^t- 

CKaa, fMBBW':;Me(, 
e woik a^MBea* tad 
fliaqr o ther w aaa of eon- 
pradaete aad ew- 
CaU yow B#er 
^Baanaa* Baraaa at ^- 
J86B._T< 
1-4: 



LAKlXRemfd - Q^to- 
tfta head rte^Faatty bal- 
loon. Leat te Ama Itoa 
area. Catt din^iH^noo. 
Nighte - nf4M3; Attter 
Chailto. 

LOST > IflNATUBE lAtte 
Pomnaata^ tedd, t jt*., 
aaswwe te fdhf, leal te 
WeslwB Mghte wea of 
Grtet BrUite. REWARD. 
947-1590. 







BUICK LTD, 1975. U^ 
Una w^ white teadaa top, 
alr-eoadtttoaail iiUpowR', 
tttt'-wbeel, erdbe notrol. 
Cassette, deck, Itee aew,. 
OriglHl owiw. ^«87S. 
QUT543-8374 aftw 5 p.m. 

1172 WIMNEBACK) 18' 
3nve - 0,000 tettes - 
Newi^ redaeordaA - air 
eoaditiaaad - HJOOO. CaU 
547-4571, ask for Tom. 

VOLVO-19T9, 1«4 E, ex- 
cellent caadltk».f3,900.00 
464-5621 



VEGA - 1073 Westwted, 
Mlf-amteteed, 88 Fed. 
|2990.1H»«0841. 



CBRYlLBR-1971 Neinmrt, 
air coBdttteBed, ItiUpower 
40,000 aetaal nites, aiee 




t te STOPOigaBteationhu 
made aMilabte to the p«i>- 
Uc a ifeB OB jBs r g y coa- 

mtonto mm te deslgaed 
ATTE HaOitlllj indBStrial' 
aad cch i tjft i rtton flrow, 
ttee haiUii at aU serv 
plyweod nf bmriter to be 
ased Iw ta parpose of 
fa«Bdil«bfrdhoases. 424- 

sdwdattw. The fUm to ar 
vallMe n&oi ehuff. 
Please eoatect Mr. mm 
Bardie, Waateeris^oa 
Coordta^ar, d 087-411, 
Ed. 306 In- li^rmdiiiB 



DDiTT PAY ly it. Gd tt 

rheaspeake PdiUc ll- 
bram ecMadpalattoga^ 
tenu wwto, BdlyiMd 
BMidea, aad acatetere to 
ds«RiM yew hone. We 
dao hiveteadBotfreete^ 
Isnadtoa to de«>rd<i raw , 



nOVATE BREH>ER irfU 
^gfve frwe home to wild oMa, 
•tewks. or any Urds nd 
vn^ed 19 onw. Alsofiree 
ewe . fw telared Ui^. 
Side pcniitt no. 00064. 
Wrtte: Rkdc at P.O. Bw 
.13428, Chesapeake , Va. 

Free to good h^mie-faaiate' 
PVPf 6 mw i th a , dd. Part 
Twrtw Md lid^jpte. 
Leiaa dtfUrsa^^ftiK^Sod 
mit0te. Hmde i^ im» 
.terSsad. Can 4^-mi. < 

KITTENS - Very pi^My. 
&«d Mdi^ arM. 4|S - 
Mt8. ji ,^ 

MAU. OHI-UNPG 
hMlpvitea. MottarA 
Fdhw are teth ^jgkw 
%tttol - OatoMe d«a. 



a»0«YOUR(WNFMtT. 

fiM mi 4B-pg. Wittm 







teeed, AM-FM 8 -track 
dweo • radto » all^ 
wheds, Kod dneks, aew 
.paid, lUctelta tiTM, ex^ 
eaUed eoadittoB, 33000.00. 
489-1702 

CAM.Lic8-Beir 1978. 
Pnrdiue wite n to |n00- 
<Useo«d. Ado Mywnd 
Va. M7-3386. 

DODGE- WtodowysBB, 

Wit yirao.oo, 1973 

^000.00. AdoetaUc. 
9^-7381. 

DODGE: 1976 COi.., .... 
top, air-«oaaitki^, AM- 
flf, 4-^eed. 2S-» mpg. 
SUPER CLEAN. Marchin- 
q)ectioa sUdcw! 460- 
l»21. 



UOUU£ - 1965 - 9 toil 
VAN BCH)Y. Eaciat A-1, 
low nUeage. |fiW.,S83- 
TO7!». 



1974 CHEVY 3/4 ton. heavy 
4rty track, Itew and tires 
OB c«w. Heavy daty frame 
Mich. Bed. hrdtes. 13000 
whadfl0H-.Aftw7,486- 
8774. 

B0D6S • Mad Vm^ 1971, 
tafftte tefi, fdly taatfated. 
roof topi caiqw air- 
eoaditteaw, 3^ aateaidte 
traastelaalca, poww ste- 
ettef aad brrtaa. ^I^OOO. 
4M-1148. 

- ... ■ ■ . 

'1979 - DASHER - 16,000 
mOes, Itea new, aatomaUc 
fid^ dr. 2 door coepe, 
red -wtt white tatwtor, 
ncrUiiw d |3,800. QUI 
m-SBM. 



1971 CnVTSdMitttOar- 
ry all, Mr eoaditloa, bed 
otfw. 486-4441. 



rOBhWIO Torlao, 4 - 
door, V-8 eagiae, aato- 
traaaniaaiOB, air 



matte 
eoadlttodag, 4 



tires 



riot datertel. Whm- 
Mte Mnerfes - Wteihte- 
bar>,Vifgftia 81910, 




HB^ dog aad Im 
paaMa. Boaatttol dqp. 
■nw «d fismafcf. nte 
to fMd hme. i4?-iW 

twrt- 1/2 JMmi 
r^dmdd,teve» 
dnbea-ftee tefaal 
hen* ^ai4-«m 



aew paidlob, jood eoa- 
dttlah. fm^ &» Ml- 
.7301 NlgttS-iM^SlS. 



FORI>-1976 ELITE. Load- 
ad: power wiadows sad 
seato, tut-steerlw wheel, 
wire «ksete, AM-FHdw- 
eo. AU white. Yen etoanl 
U,m Bites. 14790 CaU 
490*ttT7 



FRB-b^ 



m. m-tm. 




pmrnsxR-i 

^pae to good 



MS - 



CiMtf - Irfe High Sierra, 
4 whed drive, wmsb 
whs4ta.4Be*rMllate,V-8 

MKIOv IV^BvBS Haflw 

rntodOB, dreoMUaatog. 
AM*FH Sterao-CB eon- 
WHitoa. I8M0. Days - 
181-7196 Nl«hte - 464- 

llli. 



LWCOLK HacL «m 

1978. Porehfti*. with 19 to 
$2700.00 dtseoud Ado Bay- 
ers ot Va. 497-3886. 



VEGA - 1974 Bronte GT 
HlteMmek, dr, tape de<^ 
excelled cearittion, |9«, 
00. Day: 464-7965. Nl|^ 
425-7996. 

OLDSMQBILE-1969 Detta 
cditam, dr egadtttodflg 

Crw bnkea, power stew 
, I owner. 1699.00. 
481-8649. 



OLDSMOBn.E-1969 Ddte 
eodon, dr eoatfttoag 
povw brakM, ynrw 
stewteg, I owBw. 
lim.OO. 481-2641. 

■ Ill I ■ ^ 1 * 1 '■ M^™^!-^ ' !!' * ri I ■! ip n i -. - 

POmiAC^Mn, tMalUa. 
mi^ wtras. Air omo 
dntnad ', power tadiee 
atewibg. Prieed 
•Oe 1895.00. 

m-m\ 9M-1667. 



PQinuc - 1873, Gnad 
AM. ftU powM^ loaded 
tgasAM mem, P739.00. 
04-83^. 



PCWTIAC TttM AM-New 
1878, PwehMte wtth up to 
MOO.OOdteeaaafcAdo 
Smra of VlrgtoU. 497- 



lOn FUT, 131s. An- 
tonio, ody 47/100 mi. 
jtt-FM Ptoabw 8 track 
stereo aad r^to. Saed- 
led ceadlttoe. um w 
bedofter. »8-3»l. 

i«76 VOliTO.^ttOtt.dh- 
tlea vnmm. Good mUaaie, 
AM-FH 8 fra«k sttoeo, 
air-eotoUtteasd, eiceUed 
coBjittoi. |1P0 or bed 
dfw. 988-^1. 

1970 VW, BEETLE, Re- 
beltt^ eagtee. dnrome tdnel 
eovkra, tbrae speikw ra- 
dto , air ttodcs, 050. 
484-8610. 



Cw - 19^ Mode Carle, 
19.900 mttaa, |4,2«00. 
CaU 488<- 1907. 

■■■—■ — ■ II ia» _ II I ■■ — I I — 

BUICK - 1069 JQVIERA: 
4M«id IsiSiiaHi car. FaU 
www, good lor redwiaf. 
1900 or bed^eSer. «ES- 
0126 altw 9:00 b.m. 



8CaiDA-19f« CB-MO, 750 
aittii, showroom eoadl - 
Uoa, 2 halmete aad cover 
0M.OO. 437-2314. . 



HONDA-1976 790 K, Im- - 
Btocdate coBdiaqn, jBtr- 
age kept, asking i^lOO. 
90-3039. 



YAMAHA- 1973 500 TX, 
«N>0. 4il-024i 



S^aam» 
.. MdM> 

GREEiE ^tstary Cook Wad- 
ed. Mad be dite'to pn- 
pare ten Udi^ or eOde pas- 
tries te ei^li^ve Gredc 
qpedal^ rdtete id *- Al- 
so <atf^ aoary ^M 
pw how: w hr. it: naa- 



Coated fir. Bbohai. 
0W9. Y|>. Beadt. 

IXSTSmiTUR-Betpjpeo- 
Ide tone wdgM^^en- 
ergette-aad aan moaw. 
Phoae tor dddte - 497- 
5 698. 

Wq«KATB08iEiB4are 
tine. Ebtb ISiOA per 
1000 ^4M dwdopM. 
tead »fpte duved, 
self-addresaed eavdope 
to : TERRY LANE EH- 
TEtmsiS, P. 0. Box 
289, Hebart,tedlMa 46342. 



EARNMhOiw.nrt/FBU 
tine. B»Mta| Steoy ink- 
lag QfpMM^.Bo ci^w- 
toaee reqdred. OU 4M- 
1680. 

GEN01AL a^Untetowe anui 
hoaadneetef pejBHB. FaU 
til», l-T».m. Bve days 
wedUy. MM K» rmoe- 
slbto person. CaU 947-9284 



PART- TIME SPEAKER 
FOB CHESAPEAKE 
Tteddng, nlw 
vistea w pdiUc retet 



dee eonpaagr reodrM at- 
bradlve articatete piraoB 

ilgr toeal nMte 

laateMt 



fli'B groopa. Edtanaly 
iatereettag work. Pre > 
sand Mtetel teidabad. 



yearbacfc- 
groaad te: Varaoiad Dl- 
netor, P.O. Box 8868, 
Rlehnoad. Va. S322S 



Work d Hone to m** 
tine. PoaBftteaaiHaiSor 
mo a week daflhi em* 

vdflpes. Sead 2S< dw 

sdf-a«""-* 

tor mo 

AittlaCANS/ 
P.O.BaB 7W 
pitei Harbor, Flon 
I38«« 






Conmadty DEVELOP- 
MENT Grant romciixnce 
0«ctr 
Poalttoa 

tag hB0wio*e d Federal 
Grad ngeteliflttspertdn- 
tnii to comnudty deA.- 
oplied Uo^ grad, par- 
Ueuterly wtth coatnetpr's 
eonpUlnee. ladlvidBdwii) 
moaftor private eoatnd- 
or's oompliBKeof Federal 
Grad regatetions. Mta- 
Imam d 2 yrs. cdlege 
edneatkm fnm an accre- 
dited cdlege wtth ooerse 
work to pabUo w person- 
nel admlddtattan or re- 
Uted Held aad 2 yrs. ex- 
pertenee er traidag. Ex- 

Krienee nuy be sabsUta- 
1 fbr edneatiOB. Shtery 
raage: mOt.OO - «UW00. 
Bead rMuae to: Cite of 
Va. B««h, Ont. d Pw- 
soaael, Mhalcfpd Cedw 
Va. Bea ch, Va. tt4 86 An 
Eqaal (^potteatty Em- 
{Myw 

, ^ II . . — — r r -i, ,1 

CSMPAKXW - Uve to, 
fw Atorly 

U0i boase- 

j and coditeg. Good 
posflMirlw iMnd tei^- 
li^ wli^e raon. OtU 
947-4MeaMr$p.m. 

CAI9 CAMKtnG ELEC- 
Vmrns. fm Une work. 
Cya 488-0i4f - 8:» to 9 

p.m. 

■Hwn^BBaBBnannaBMd 

"^^^S^Sai 

BAVTBTTDIG - My bene. 
Near IK» aid Wards Cw- 
ner. ^9-TO97. 

BABTSnTDKi > WiU keep ' 
oae. prt^adteol ^ ddld 
to ny home, ExperloBeed 
and rdldde. Fwmer 
schod teadwr. 943-88«). 



CmJLEGE STUDENT v4& 
do hoase riipdEn, caipen- 
try, yani wwk, window 
vuhiflg. tree trimming, 
pddillg. dc- 4«-3336. 

CHIUD C^RS-te avhomT 
day vedk, or how. Fodced 
ya*^. Expwteaced re- 
L.>ie,d4peadBlaite,wiaire- 
ffeunees. 482-1768. 

WANHQ) - PART TOiE. 
9.90 how to td^hoBo 
badaass Urate.* &t^ed 
tor honumatan with we- 
f r Write 

Aladdto Cdw, 3rd A Broad 
Street, Florance, New Jw- 
sev0i91l. 

y —J, 

tiUOKXEEPDiG/ Gdmral 
Ofitee wmk ter maaUbaa- 
inaM te mv hone/ybw of- 
Uoe. CaU488-80H. 



projMtBT"*'- 

Norfdk, Va. WSt. 

nOT-lbB eKcdlad 
eualaiiLattottareate- 
tenattgaal hasaUadtsd 
bbbAw d opMtep fd* 
idaeere terdwiddai ted- 
ddaate^efpddelattda 
wea: TUateaateaalpe- 
dttaa Iw h pn e nak e ra , 
paMteaara, edtege ate • 
dsda, dct fw lafor- 
nattee «id ml^iaa 
iaraa, seadsdf-adlrteMd 
aa»me tei un¥0 
8terea Mwaatfoaal, B« 
898., Mi^iaa. Oatwio. 



ADDaaothei utcoiue-Hiiiu 
aglnf yo'J'* owp dJstrlbu- 



.497-5ft 



Bate a UigUf pr^taua 
aad baauUfdnaa Shop d 

Eur owa. ^Faetad« the 
testtoJ«w,0«iM«iid 
ar. |M;«».fl0to- 



tory, Fldarea, lad ■min- 
ing. You may have your 
store open law UtUe as 
-IS days. CaU m ««•£,'" 

Mr. DtoOB. (316) 598- 2388. 

• - '( 

THE AMERICAN DREAM 
COpen Wlttte 3 Weeks) 
Own Yoitr OwB Fdly apch- 
ed Jaaa m Lades Faahloo 
Shop. Everyliiag Provided. 
Yow Cod W.no. Cdl 

-Tdl Free 1 •800-874- 1767. -i 

ffliCOND DI(X»IE mw- 
tedty te RataU aad Whole- 
sale dIstrltaitarsMp, if yoa 
Uke to tate to pMple give 
aaaeaU. 497-1899. 



Tl-Waalad To 



WILL PUBCHil*«»OK- . 
keeplBg, tax aeeaaate and . 
at edire aeeoaBUag pncn:.^ 
tice. Coated P.OJ«xl824y,;,, 
Norteik, Va. 83601. 




UATON TwirUhi. aurch4'<v. 
lag and atrdtta«> dddt ^ 
classas and private tea- '' 
SOBS. Fwfwnwiatonna- • 
Ooe, eaU «6-«M> aftet^ '<^ 
7:36; ■•* 

CAT - mde, 6 mcdka.wlUi , 
Hea edter Mowi^wanr-. 
with widte pna. very'- 
If.aed wrtdge W/T/ 
«^ reward 482-1732 dgtate,. 

- - - " ■ i*^ 

DOBERMAN PDOCHBl - 
Paps - AXC rt^Mered,^ 

8 wks. dd, shote aad./i 
wormed. BlMks - 1128.00. ..j 
BloH - $200.00. 9n-M06. * 

- " ■ - - . _. .. — ■ II *, j, 

BOXBEFUK - AIX Mg- ":% 
is^ed, town, ihoto aad- '^ 
wormed, 8 wha. dd, ' 
$190.00. 467.ml. ilX 

- - - - "■* " I 1 1 I • \'' 

PEXSICEfiE-MdC, tmi-^^ 
Ufd ud liealthyi dl ddto, ,_^ 
lovdy pe^rM^4i4-ls7.'^ 




■ doBt shed-6.r 
w..anqitoa BdtlA btood -<i.-o. 
Une-4M-4 809. :!/> 

POCXHiES-Addts. VSi. - : 
^m. AKC, registWed. 
420-608. ..r 

-J : — . -JLi?» 

POOIHJSS-Tots, 7wtei dd^ ' 
% vMa, 1 aid*. 1 tesMk ^ 

AKC Miiddeirr ua^m^ 

. — ^ • — ' vg": - -4* 

FREE ETUDSBBYKEd' 
beadlfd radderad frteh^ "^ 
iMtter; CaU 94S^6after 



6 P.M. 






dofdr^. 



COOIETICS* • a Maidmff 
Fidd fla^ owned com-, 
pm te opudteg te Va. 
FWa QeSoine. Furt- 
tteie eW te H tMi a Moded. 
PMdbte te aaiB $100- 
$179. OenmteatoB adw. 
SMd ame. MMreas, ud 
telMtewe anahw to: Box 
133771/0 Cheaapeake 
Pod. Oewpeake, Ya., 
2i^. "SnaU tovestmed 



Earn awnaF! be foai^ovB 
boas! O^pertetete* for 
adimicemaat! PiurtTimew 
FaU Time. CtXL 487-1874 
ttytteni . 

"nW4» WEEKLY maU- 
teg «lrcalar*. ^rt Im- 
BNdateiy. IbUers, Rt. 
3-n. Box »5-C, RwUng- 
taB,TX 7M4I." 

ARE YOU a mui^r? 
Ld me Aew you how yoe 
cdl MMuaga a baateMs d 
yow owa wtUi an laeome 
pot«atta d $1,000 per • 
moatt the AM yaw on an 
idttel iaveiABnd d an- 
der $100. Ewly raUre - 
maat posdbte. Training 
aad gntilaaee givwi. Pboa* 
for teterview 482-1964. 

'BOa^^WOgqCSBS WANT- 
ED IN THJH ABEA: men, 



84 Fam toiaaate ■i'^ 
mmmmmmtmmmmmmm - ^.^ 

BBEBMNG a^ pan bred 
haawe aad yorks. Bows'><^« 
UA gilts. Deerpate 
Farms, Fraddto, Va.«62- W% 
4975. 

REGBHRQ) qaartw ^ 
hwBoa Iw sate -.iteo -^ 
Ivaedag steUioBS.&^&» ' 
Jd F)UAaad IftoBPajppy, • 
d, Doe ^aai Dee, fama, ,. 
111-3074. Dei^ ^ t 

MAKEITa.iMtteijQteto- * 
tmas. QtampioB UpoMlne. ' 
19.3 1. Ftadv AfpdhMaa ' 

GddBK. Rfliboib. mitw. ; 

iagUdi . vrerfarateaq)- • 
Ht traO. Odltete. : 
N0Op.OO. 482-1694. 

KlinES nSR SAVE. Cdl : 
488-lSBO. 

cw ' ■ ' 1^ » —! 

Jt-UeJealwial^ ^ 

... ' , I I . ,i ^lS 

TBIK:K bed CAMPER'S 
bomsBUil^ tUa 8 Ittntdt^ 
bad, good coaffiUon. CaU^ 
417-1606 aftw 5:0frpn.^ 
wweAeads. <i| 

1; 

dUlLL lawedibie Pw-JN 
eeea nadtt a. Pcpt ddi- g- 

to 2 V3 mjUltea.^jpeod^' 
iv hnae wtetftoaai, es- hi 

— — ^ 

UNBEATABLE prieec oa ^ 
Traai Ou^Fd dteed frdP* 
Mm.PM« 
Mr.lttUs.M^3411. 



Ne ax- 

aerteace Becasaarv; ateft- 
to| A adaraaalag 



vdopes (CoMBlartoB 
Mallws). Earasparatlme 
moaey d borne, $ lfp.00 
wewy peiaibtet SEND 
$1.19 jraMUdFa 

aafdape Iw Mdb; PP8- 
W7m Fraddto «I04, 
Chteago. 60806- 

«19V.M> WABiAtiX SttttUng 

eavalope* aaaretime pos- 
sible. Eaptiweeaaaeces- 
sarY. DataUa, $L0O and 
stomped, seU-addresaed 
ewelcpe to: K. C. MaU 
Sates, 8083 Leaveawortb 



'Oi MONEY NOW, Take 
en for Lisa Jtwalry. 
: tor f FM eatatou ga 
free 800-631-IJHA. 



TELEVISK» > 4^, em- 
twvonry Watadcd^id- 
Beadlfd pld» d, tawi- 
tare. TV dddr aet «0ik.. 
$50. 481-02!I7 



^•WSBTWAD" 

aaver. 8ive4 

'^ weB adw. 
tJl^nwo "^BOK lira, « 
m^S!W SMt. 



^\ 



Mu^v <k ANTiQub saop^ ' 

Onaa ddte. 3104 RKh ST.^ I 

"~*--!ofti. AU types d. • 

. cd daaa. eteaa. 

«. Bf&Hiierleard * 

der Oarfe. Call • 

.<i£wuui; 4011, 'i 

delivered, stacked $38,.' 
trudOoad A ap. 949-0190^ ' 
after 9:00 w 1- 357-9946, 
tele d WtRtt 









mumm^.mi-i^-'' r- t^ 






ifi» «wer, 



yutt nuiti it yout a«li 

547 -ass? 

BOB^ liifiici - new mi- 

ptrUl, in Stock, Pbone 
421-1074. Dewltt. 



WHUgyESmt- 1372, 
12' JiW. 2 fc^nxMOs, 
putif fttniiaM. UicaM - 
rt ^MM TnilH- hrk. 
Mart sell. TnM^rrtng 
OMfiMM. <^ after 
1:00 p. M. 4IS-2321. 

mi Boon. BEMKE laAcs 
7 iflH. im^ym ar- 
rt«, i$9. aM'i'fipnfl. 
MMtr^te 1, IS. Bott 
vHfc aiap cl(slB|S. After 
7, m-l7W. 

mxm^tH^ for nl«! 
1 A«t ArtaMtti^ - ^rr- 
M MMf mmtMn^M 
to ^n, tteUifiiig ve^it 
4jfCfttM^-»B(l weddiaf 
mms. I^BWcville am. 
SH4Wi-Wl 

TW WCirCLIS, I lU-l'f 
uri I b^'it auf « S spd. 

AHfrl/^MfW. 

«-i . — , — .:,. 

nN«eodfH-Ma«- 130.00 

Mr ^ck - ip load. 4Zl- 



'^UJfUa iMllldM: 

i^ktdf vttti matrtiMt ft 
bm ifrliii, ehttt of 
dnwan, tarM^iiwltbnir- 
ijSc ud KUAt ttani. 1200 
(Nb^Mt otfvr. ALL ARE 
n EXCELLENT COMDI- 
TftW! Call 428-0735 after 
4 P.M. 

An oomniimm-u.m 

BfU, «ladovii^,liti4|«50. 
■aeriflce at |27S, 4»7*M«5; 

FREEZES - 15 cu. ft. Troti 
FfM, npri^, ncelleit' 

HOVIMG i^tOAD - most 
sell W0^ coDtoits d 
kome. inclndiQi; (Mok 
ntti^ tads, regriserator, 
mdUDK maddne, dryer , 
sMas. 460-0184. 



4 



CASH INI HOUR 
forBltare, silver, dia- 
I % iMBds, glass eUna, lanps, 
totds, ai^lionelnldttems. 
Also interested in bnyinc 
Ctatira e^tes. Daf ornigiit 
4M-3834. 

WMT to Imjr old bu}Q. 
fUAs, nsBdoUn, falter, 

tm eoutttiw, 483-4590. 

I ill I I i.' i < 

CJ^'orspoi (^(VricavA 
for BMd fomiture or ujr- 
tUag of vatae. GoodwiU 
atnrts tf.'liome. Day or 
«Mlt- 499-4328. 

SPEHD AM AFTEKNobn 
■sUf /OManl A4««rttH 
ywr garags sale with a low 
«astWaMAtf.CaOM7T4591 



gl-Cstos ttd Steaps 

iK»VIEW RABE (XMNS - 
Mocfolk's most comiilete, 
Haj, seU, trade. Baying 
silver eolfts. 42Soiiteeni 
Atppiag Ceirter, Norfolk. 
Mt-ttll. 



momoETOw*. 






ICOLiONy 



srrss tm sale 

PSOf^e ^SHteg HOBM 

ftCMoBBalkters 
SAL^ OFFICE. . . 
333 Providwee Rd. 



3i-LawBttdO«Hi i 

FRUIT TREES: M trees, 
berry plants, grape vines, 
landscaping pUnt materi- 
al - offered bv Vir-ginia's 
largest Rro'*ers. FREE 
«)py 48-pg. planting guide 
catalog in color, oo re- 
qutet. Waynesboro Nur - 
SdiIt-», inc. - Waynestioro, 
Virginia 22tt0. 



TOOLS • PROFE^CMAL 
SET, Snu>-(hi tud tools, 
must sell, saerUce at 
$1895.00 463-0206, 



iii 



lK»TBaiORE 

Z bedroom, toll kitchen, 
dining area, drapes, fur- 
nisbed, |150 (8222) 
REWTEX 625-lftlO ^ee 



VACMCIP 

1, 2, 3, A 4 bedrms. All 
areas, all pricM. Ogm 
8 an to 9 pn, 7 dijn a 
vedc. Call bow. ' 
RJHtEX tt»-lBIO fee 

NEAR THE BEACH 
2 bedroom tanil^fti, or- 
pet, drapes, laondry 
facilities, paitii«, $225 
(8022) 

TEX 625-1010 fee 



AVAILABLE NOW 
Maof 2, 3, 4 od 5 M- 
room vacaAclet. Start/ 
long leas«i. Xlds, Pvto 
welonne. All areas. Some 
wlthbUlspeld. 
REarrsx US-IOIO fee 



.COZY FIREPLACE 
4 bedroom, garage, equip- 
ped kitchen, dining area, 
Ud and pets ok. (8024) 
RENTEX 625-1010 fee 



OPTION TO BUY 
3 bedroom, equipped kit- 
chen includiiog dishwash- 
er, dining area, kids, pete 
ok. (7S33) 
REMTEX 635-1010 fee 

KINGS GRAllT-632P^iain 
Place. Vlrgiiiia Beach, 
23452. Air conditioBed, 2 
story, 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 
bath, Sale 152,000, or wUl 
mt $375.00. Apply inper- 



., TIGHTWAD 
Sboweitead water saver. 
Save four ways. 
City or well water.$2.00 

DAWCO 
Bm 12731 Norftrik, Va. 
23502 





Sii 3-bedroom 2-baatcott-, 
temporary ranch and 
2-st(»7 homM. Eat-inUt- 
chens, dining rooms, some 
with fir^a<%s, a/c and 
heat pump Includisg fuU 
energy-ssving packi^e. 
Plus on-site swim and ten- 
nis club for aclnsiv« use 
of 118 famlUes. 

BUILDERS CLOSEOUT 
From $46,950 

$1500 to $3000 talow VA 
AppralMls. 

HO DOWN VA AND 99% 
C(H(VEMTIONAL LOANS. 

LARRYMCmE 
at 
IPSWICH VILLAGE 
COLLEGE PARK 

Erections: IflUtary HiKh- 
way to Regency Olds- 
mi^lle, turn east on Para- 
moot Ave. to model house. 
OfOi Noon to 6 PM Sat. 
ami Km. 

Charter Realty 
499.1264 

fides (Mfiee 
420-1549 



4.* r*4>"*i*,. "v* rttTWi»f*'*. 



FINISHED OFFICE LOTS 
Cedar Rd. ft AOwurle 
pr 7 flaithsd office sites 
1/t acr* atdi. Water, sew- 
er, cult ft gutter isciuded 
Adams McCabe A Lester. 
«tt0-^7$l 



GREAT ^ffiU-Ml Maa- 
<n'. 2 itey 4 tottsMB, 2 

1/2 hath, msoptmn ft- 
m Uftet area. By owom-.i 
^,000 No amrts fimMj 
547-M66. 4 

CISUPEAKE-8.90 acres* 
2^ ft. ma ttmitim- P*rt 
wdoMd - Dnoglas Rowl - 
Call 421-74M. 



mmmmmmmmmmm* 
m^mmmji -^ nsuk 

rsBch, tturee befiraoiBS, 
utility roon, Mstnl air, 
carpet, teBced kt,|37,00O. 
4M-4«^. 



19 - Far late 



^M? 



Estate 



Cuideft Coa^, y.C. 
3 hedroMB, c^«l heat- 

$2i,ooo; 

2 bMroom, camlfirMt - 

$24,500 

Large biAdmited mtter- 

froBt M • 125,000 

M. L. ^RUILL REALTY 

Shil<A, N. C. (919) 3»- 

4189 




A$quott(ttvttmUa,Otpl 
''UbecBMWifsf Labor 



outMnm «m 




jMrjwMid rail oQnrt tine 

OO 3 wMt nil nmeMMMn 
tniiiii«;Crilf^oo<rfBrMI 



IGII 



VIRGINIA 

BEACH 

804-490-3707 



Joiul 




TOE CLA^C.-For over 
» years, .I0TUL (Yotul) 
Me. Ill tas set staadati 
by «91ck $a oUwr bok 
st9vM are misiMd^ 

Itasf isdtetteas aad bo- 
dlfieatiflBS later-Mo. Ill 
stin caa't bo Ifliprovadiv- 
ea. Wood bttas trate treat 
to hadt itt* « ei«tf.... 
burns leager...terge areas 

CM JM iMi*M '^l^*!^- 




isas-A N. /MmisAo tm. 
HMffioN, VA. am 

Oae Ua^ oB If ereary he- 

UadlOS, 

Cooq^ete Itte ^ wood 

rtona, aadfin^Msa. 

Sates ndlastelk^ 



OPEN DAlLir t fM_ To DAHt 
MumtelB^IbH^ 




NOTEMMhAUTO 

NorMk 

County 

j^hfMinMCc^ 

tOCAHY 
OWMto 

4i2-Mt1 

ttf uTn.EFnLD m.vD 

WUaVMl 



nOttt^luT ^i890 

OitiaBal: Gan«e. Fir^ce, Ceirtnl air. No Down 
Hpmt to VetersBS. Oaly $200 t(^ ca^ re- 
<rtrad of V^H-Mi Jftifghasera _ . 

Loora off De« Creek UnL 
1/2 idte a^ aCIUUtHF Bwy 

A]l!TT(»l»!«OC11«lftMULTfOft tW -tW 



COMPUTER 



IMMEDIATC OPENING 

pMi^R fwmm wcm la years 

P i < y aa^ ^ Bygtaiee In KPG H 



MtfakOtY. 







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NEW 3-BEDROOM 
REAL HOMES 

•39,950 

OVER 1,409 SQ.FT. OF UVqw 
SPACE. ^ 

TOOIt OWM LAMP OH 4«tt. 

cAtrrmiOj iiR.caiiiipMnNG, 

ft APPLIANCES mCLODID » 
PRICE 

PBtVATC BAT! ft Tnailt«I.UB. 
, SEE FOSMHBnn) MQMUL 

COLLEGE PARK 

IPSWICH T0WNVIXA8 

Vta'^ate Ba^C^^8|ki, Va. 

Tate l.»4 io laMa Slvwr »d^ ll^rihaiige, go wwt 
1 Bile to Col^ Aft satawm St ProvldeB<» M. 
ft IMlow steaa.Cy<>ii>a(kiiiteJ^iMsBager 



Ni^ 424-4312 



NSW TOLL-FREE KOmn 1^ ARMY R^mSS 

The United SUtes Anw am btoiMmi a atw Ml- 
trM MUm lor Aray BMiaaa irf» hava naigfliiai or 
proMites partatetef hmtrf^. Hw bhAct M1-N0- 
4M-nM aad the hoMniot«»MnMeiiaref»wiat:«sai. 
to 1M pa-. Basten Midu^ tim nd froM li4i a.B. 
to te» ».«., MomMi AniMi ftea, IkK^mnm 
Frktei. Calls recalrad tf otter Sbms sdU temenrdad 
■■iMiftliiilWaad a rates eatt MI bo m* «i& 
two Hfc. Tka aaw llaa te teripad to dtewAnay 
RatfraS to aiU at ao im i aai lal^ fespaM^. topro- 
vidi thoto vllfe bsttM- stfvtea f»HB te A^py Ftaaace 
Caater, ladtewapnHs, teAaaa. 



Let it be kamm trwn Noveittwr 23, 1977. IwUlaM 

be f^^owMMi'fiR' a 4lM eoMnN^ ^i^oMMfftMB 

nysdf Wp^Ma. 

HUfNlA. EMM 



KODAH OlSTRIBirroS IK)LAIKMD 

mmmoif w>tfrm> hoi^on 

WOTOiaiKHISf AUHMIS 

bHllvWiilft MM* or Fwnala. netdtd luH or pari iim« HxIM 
Ifitol* woiM iMnoui KodMt Mm and oltm photo product* 
Mrauflli eonwany MlibNSMd locaiion». Mak* thia yow 
yaerfornMaaMlenca. t4aHi)0lfwe«wwnt. OuarmMd «3 
ifiQfM ifiWQliandlae rapiiTGtwae aareomefH . 

CALL Mi.ii«NR(r«ai'i»i|i-«aM4a-taNwcaBeeiAif»3»mi 
MwiaiV M nW«, a aja M • (MM- - >•*- • "^ *• * ML CA^- 
ftWriM: FMaTOHE PHOTO CO^ 

. n«»rOMiMNLONMSNfGE1M> 

ia2ll.arttL.Caaiea»ii».OMea21S 



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DEALERS WANTED 

moMnuwi, mtm OF ivmilpi w^nifQ sy i.r.9. ipf IM 
mIv of nsms ^nnd pjNMd pradu^ tnd pyociilnQ 

Induing- - 

KOOM wenwoHouH 

EVGREAOT RfYSTONE 

poLAROur HoueuMjum 

rureswM cv iwrifiiriaMe onif ;- Mnppiwi purcfiMw M 
SS227 B« • part 01 ew Mat grawWg bHon (Mw 
pholn«idirt»v' 
(Mar.(Mi(WMl-il04»12>lii«iHi114-m-in3 

QKMm iiiBRiiiMMLnNi0sym.y 
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read the 

classifieds 

every issue! 



CLASSFED ADS 




tete. Oii i«Mni ar 4JM-aiM 
tea^ eewia. We're hsis to h# 



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ar taw, aa^ $9J9 Mr car teBraa. 



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Phase raa ad Iw ( ) iaeaes er um i<i||i< 
Cost to mM 9 W isaee tor flrrt H werda. IK 

() PafMBt aaetoeaa. () Plaasa aaai MIL 



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I, Va. ttlia 



® THE 1776 SHOP > 

^6669 EVmOlHIA BEACH BLVOi 
MOffFOLK/VNtWM 23S02 

1/1 teite ladt.^ M^ulClrele. 



Bead« chains, 
' — Assemtde- 




i,anliigs, 
Indlvierorgold. 



pendsBte. 



yonr own fin- your personal me or sell for profit. 
A complete line ^ finished Houra-lOam to5pm 

' jewelry in stock fn- your 
SelectiOB. 



HON. THRU SAT. 
PHONE 461-1776 



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WliTT^S 



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486-3430 



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fl 

tor WeoAwner's R»- 
sooree G)Me to mA 
wood heatmi. ibaplaeas, 
eoal heaters sad 
fires. 





>. CAU.AHAN PAINTING 
teteriwr. nterto, aeeostic 
ttowa oiiJiBgs. FREp es- 
tioirias. $|t-l319. 



BCME Hi PROtEMENT - 
Carpeitfry, rooOag, sidiag, 
room additioas, storm wte- 
dows ud donra, plaster- 
teg, dedrie, concr^ 
tti^, ptamUng.tiatteriig, 
ratocidwln kWMBS aad 
fetthrooms, lirtd[ andbtoiefc 
work, ai™Bem sidlpg> 
flre^ces, caipatiag aad- 
pateUoK. GervliiK all Tide- 
vatar. 8i2.«i» 



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BidMm 

tnm la^raveniente 

CoataMltey 

GmfsMlders 

^enAdttttou 

AWwrtwwtShMit 

Roots - Csfporte 

KIMwa itaBO«rili« 

E.Bteck.&. 
ArtAwten 
, Va. 



OWCBETE «ORK 

nrtww^. patios, m*- 
wapi. It yaarsi 

ft mm Mha. fm 




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TlDEWAtl^; WINDOW 
CLEANE^. Conmerclal 

aad rwidaalial - 22 



years of aqJMleaee. 543- 
2742. 



GARAGfS AMD ADDITIOI^ 




Kttchebs, raiBodeUag aa^ 
hoBM r^palrs,^QeBeralB«ild- 
ii« aad ni^m*, 399-m9 



k.k.m\m' ° 

<^raBic ft floor lite. (Nd 
ft stow woric.. BtfUroMBs, 
kttchens aM (tarehes. 
FREE estm^. CaU499- 
SSt7. « 



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Co. 



KttehMi 

BcUMon twiMliriiag 



GaiHMMUt 
RoooiadWteu 
Catpaatt? 
FlNpteMSteiilt 
<kr«|a to Fam^iwa 
COBMrateas , ^ . 
TttaBBwll,«a3fitollt 
299.l4n or 8#^it 
Ai^Fttae tor free eatintte 
^ ttM.it ractetered 
eoHbw^ (U19I) 






ItitAiDd, Inc. 




ilfa.Ktear«a 
We have a larger seleetioa of New Homes. 



Mw^iyiemf^, 




lAid 



PriBcetoB Hall - $41,900.00. Boilder pays closing cost 

00 last homes. All bildt 3 bedroom ranches w/heat 

nuqi, flreidace, central air, ete. 

HoBiestesd Acres - $48,900.00 q>. Cdonial brick 

homes OB large coiuttry lote, custom woodwork, flre- 

pteoe, Bisny eitras. 

Poplar Rl<%e - $53,900.00 iq>. Save on oprning prices, 

Ug lurick ramblers te aloe locatioo. Ceramic bath, 

bay window. Early Anitricaa Cterm. 

Seabrook Leading - from low 60's. Waterfront ele- 

nnce te these qwcious homes with "the works". 

Fish, crsb, or dock your boat te your backyard. Lote 

availabte to $20,000 iqi 

WE COVER CHESAPEAKE 



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"to te Heart of Great Brl^ 

547-4555 

291MastowaRd. 
Chesapeake 



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OFFICE 

We would Uke to tetroduee tee newest member of 
te Floyd Joaes Realty sales staff - Gerald Joaes. 

Gerald te a aatlve of te ladlaa River area. He te 
throughly fSnllter wlte rasideate aa w^ as te ehsrac- 
larlMliai of te area, 

Wmb you Itet yStf "idtte wlte GM«ld you'U fiad him 
detenalaed to sell it tor tee best possibte price. 

Gersld would Uke to take thte opportaaily to iavlto 
all of his trlaads to esll or vtelt him st our oinee. 

DIAL WITH THE BEST 
Wf Atf mi SMAU COMMNT Wm nc LUGC sumcf 

PHONE 420-7603 

[jn 1200 A. SPARROW ROAD 
liil CHESAPeAKE. VA. 23328 
"Vlty Of Opportunity' 

(Just two btocl(s south of HttHan Rlvor^ 
Shopping Contw-on Spurrow Road) 




You can trust a 




REALTOI? 



SRAOy 

Associates. Inc. llQUSE OF THE WEEK 



Locatton: 

40S2! Weyaaoke Dr. 

Merruialds 

Portem«th,Va. 



WqoM tot. brill raacher, 3 bedrooBM. 1 1/2 
bate, OslMrasher aad dtepi»al, aew mtfral air 
ooodittoateg, storm wiodows aad storm doors, fenced 
tebufcyard. 



Ite Saattera hetow are pretoastea^ te roal aatete 
wlM saNcribe te a sMet code at etttes as teiihira 
•f Ipetf wdMatebaardsttdaf teNattoaal ftaae d a tto a 
MRj|tfJK{tetoBear«B. 




Prof& four iRifMdiMfitf S«# on* of Mmi« iMdii^ AfM UMAoriif ' 



m 



Ta^r Brmhers 
Realty Co. 

1104 Tttt NECK fOAb 
rORTSMOUia VIKMIA 



4S4-4S4t 




BRADY & 

AMOClatM, hie. 

Realtors 

SM9-A^^Ne«IM. 

iUKTIA«DI nuUlY 
Res:MI-n71 

CHUROBiAlO 
AGEN^FW: 

CBAILB D. XnSOU 

ft loi, me 



SASSER 





SUNDIAL 



Children sto^ 



Sfiid^nf wm tcholarshitt 



mum M^teu (^ vt. 

Beai^ tas «w tb Certvry 

tt H« di^M« to ompete 
vt» otter lii|» scbwA iM- 
lon tmnckNt Vlii^iiia for 
OM el ttro 11.000 schotar- 
^s uA tlfi) tor 110,000 
Mthml sci^a^p Oat vlU 
brmmMI la » eMR^aee 
of jOrte 'Mnien to Hstwlc 
ColMtal VmH^targ 

l^t IteBiwrt r is on ttt 
Htnor IMI «t KemjjBviWe 



Hl^, a HMBber <A tttt NH- 
tionl Howv Sod^i Md a 
^tttt-lteUM iB Ms fear's 
l^iMl Merit Sctaolarsli^ 
■eoaqiMtta. Sm 9l«M to at- 
titAOm imtt$ ol IHUlui 
aad Mary aad ai^ortaialtlitr 
sctflBcc nr mathninattri 

RHMtfa-V tai m eoam- 
tmm at tCanpavttle ll|h 
Scted ar» jofee Cnbtrae 
aaA Itevta Mate, both 17. 

MteslioGUtols, iBttedas- 
0tvr at Mr. and Mrs. S. J. 
McGlBols, SlM Hemlock At- 



Cnoft program set 



The Great Nedk }mmA at 
tte Vin^te Be^ PiMie 
Lfiirarir MO |»'e»ai a "Hb- 
Udajr Craft DeM^tratloii" 
$at jtnBm ot mn» <» 
Dee. 1,tt 7:80 p.ia. 

At thU tune Hestn- INa- 
elnun aad MarllirB S^ifii will 
cooda^ tte#rop>aa hf cte- 
ncD^ratiiit somt easjand 
laevensive wajrs to oi^e 
heaoftifid OoristBM de - 
eorattoos. Sone (rf the de- 



<»rattou that will be nade 
are rUtan frames, dough 
wreaths aid quilted pot - 
hoMers. 

Tite program is tree and 
does Bot reqdre registra- 

tlM. 

the Ubrary is located at 
12S1 Bajme Drive iatbeHiU- 
top secttaa of Virgliiia Beach 

For further iatormation 
contact DebbieCarter^481- 
6094. 



Arrow of Light ceremony held 



Ci* Seo^ Padc 419; 
meetiag at tbliba Elemea- 
tai; S(^ool, re^itly Jeatar- 
ed the i^xiesslTe Arrov ol 
Li^ eerenooy. Themem- 
b«rs of vebtios cw 0«|i a- 
jdaioed tberequireaieBtsthat 
mast be met to obfiaia this 
award, the Idghest award lo 
tiie eeb scoid jN-ogram and 
tte only one that carries erer 
into boy aeimti. 

nim NMar, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. WiUiam Q. Fost^ 
Jn, raeeiTed tte tanm ot 
U^ amrd ia ttto eare- 
moay. B^ ^so reeebed tte 
wAtios badge and tte geo- 
logist adirity pit He was 
gradMled fr«B tfie cob 
scolds Mo boy soxrts. idm 
MartiBt del #!«(, aad David 
Martin, irabekis QKdeaddb 
master, ia«s«rted toea- 
wards. 

OUier awards were as M- 



lows: new ad> sc(»ts, R<»- 
Bie Norton, Raa^ Hortoo, 
and Daidel Kldcey btmn Den 
Four received bgiicift bad- 
ges, Thomas Martti of Da 
Tw> received, foor arrow 
pdnts. Aone-yearidhanda 
silver arrow poM, went to 
Danny Htowm of IMn Tl^ee. 
From Webelos Dee One, 
Sonde BdbbM re<^t««d his 
wdtelos ba^ and fsotogist 
actii^ m. Mike Prather 

aad thegedotaft a4i ittlate 
aetivfty pins. The bear bad- 
ge, gold and aUvn* arrow 
points, and aMete aadgeo- 
Ifl^ aetivtty piaMwcpra- 
sentod to Tim Barrtnger. 
Mike AAUh, Jim Itortia, and 
George Jtoaen reetfved a- 
ttite «d gecdogirt activity 
ptia. BOUde ThMqiBan re- 
ceived the feotogist actti^ 
ptai» 



STUDIO ONE 

Plan now for 
ChnstmasH! 

Photos make excellent 

gifts - Don't forget 

Ptio to-Chris tmas-^Cards •-- 






Sni^CXME 



im^ioo 

Yorktown Cotti^ttce Ceal« 

2m N. Lynnhaven Road, Sttite 124 

VUiioia Beadi. Virguua 234S2 



P«p#ml«iils holrf^fMirty 



A Ctalstnas party tortte 
ttipendMts ol \JSB Ameritii 
Ul Canltr Air W^ &x 
imbeBaMS^irdtyOee. 3 
at titt Aerodrmne CM> on 
B.A.S. H«ptolk. Ttepar^, 
Helming %t 12:30 p.m. and 
nHHag uKU S:M %m> wtU 
iNahve flrtmrtaliHbMt, re - 
fresbaents andanomwrtun- 



ity tor ImdU^ to U4w 
ti^ Cbriidmaif gMrtiw* to 
mdr Navyaaa aboard UiSS 
AglMl«a. FtM* Airther in - 
fotjoM^ eonthct the Com- 

suDMtor» ITaval Air Fore*. 
U.S Atlanttc Fleet Pnbllc 
Affliirs (Xlloe at 444- 
S37S/4. 



, A i^iu-isiniupan; 
dependents cfOSB Nln. 
Carrier Air «U« Sight wUi 
be held Saturday Dee. 10 at 
the Aerqdromt Club on 
N.A.S. Nortolk. 

The party, betfianing at 1 
p.m. and nuaingWitU4p.m. 
will feature entertainment, 



Christmas greetings toUteir 
Navy man idbfxirfiiij!5!\tmtr,. 

For furtt 
contact the Cuinuiauuvi na- 
val Air Force, U.S. AtlanUc 
Fleet PnbUc Affairs Office 
at 444-3373/4. 



el sture tor 



fdms, upenea nvwioMraeici 
Fairfield Shopping CdMir in 
Virginia Beach. 



Sixth graders comp«T9 



It's tim« for books 



Winder regUtrafion be§ins 



Parting Nov. U, 
yffltfifw'"g stodeats can r<j- 
^itor tor wtalo* qoartn- 
oyoaes at ai9 (rf toctitoas 
Of Tidewater Comnwatty 
<i«Ui«e. 

Admissions Offices wUfbe 
open tor application and re- 
gMtattoa each we^day torn 
9 a.in. to 3:45 p.m. aild 
5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Moitoy 
throng Thursday eventofs. 

To meet the incr«isfld In- 
tarest in college coursea, «i 
ujiuded schedia^ ^(OwBes 
is offered at neigidwrhood 



to^kttons throughout the 
conmuitf ty. Ccnrses are also 
oflMPad at the Nwtolk Naval 
^altoB, Uttle traek Am- 
pUbtoos Base, Norfolk Na- 
M M^mtA^inA other In- 
staUattaitt. V 

Earfy regtit^tioo is en- 
ooanfed for the winter < 
elas^ wUch will begin Jaa- ; 
nary 4 The eoUege wlU be' 
closed Dec. 22 ttiroagh Jan. 
2. For informattoB eoneera- 
ing registratiip ud claSHf . 
all any toc^iOD ol Tlde- 
watw C(»nmimity Cdlage. 



It's that ttana of yaar a- 
gaDi when ^Udren's minds 
are graaiM f» new koow- 
ia^ra aBd«mB)«att.1l|»re'8 
Iwttar way to allow tham to 
grow than ihroogh tto mo- 
derfid mrld Of rMdiagi 

Tldi ]war tte Trantwood 
ElemeMary S(Ao<tf Dee. 
thro^ the 9th. Monday 
through Tlmrsday the books 



will be on sale from 9 am 
to 2:iD pm and on Friday 
tnm 9 am to 12noon. 

lie books will be avail- 
able for purchase at the 
*sdKX^, in the front foyer. 
This would be an excellent 
chance to buy a vorthwtdle 
Christaaa fflt. Proqdeds 
flroa this sale go into the 
General I4brary Fund. 



Students of Annette Mand's 
sixth grade class at Hebrew 
Academy of Tidewater in 
Virginia Beach, are ofSeial 
entrants in a world-wide ec- 
onomies contest. 

The contest, sponsored by 
Wbeelabrator-Frye trf Ham- 
pton, NH, is based on "The 
Golden Goose," a special an- 
nnal report written in simpli- 



fied language fbr yooag peo-; 
pie. The contest wlU teat sttt-; 
dents' knowledge ol bow bnal-; 
BOSS works and produces; 
Jobs. 

Fifty winning classes will' 
each received a eash prise- 
<f $100. Each aehobllodtea-; 
char who produces a winning: 
class will also wto a qieelal: 
trophy aad prlie. 



1 Beaks OB Tkttplcal Fish and PFT-Lffilli ' 
l| ExotteUids. ■ " fnuimn 



Minister conducts servia 



N^in riiitiir eyt iilrory — 

The branches of m Virginia Beach PiA)lto Utaary ^U 
pmeM spetM b^i&y craft programs for ye«g p«9ia 
Uffoitfboat tike moath of December.All of ttMe iffagraiu 
are Umtted in number of patUcipanto and dUjarot^UM ft- 
quire ]ff«-re«istrati(m. to some cases, the parent's jilpai- 
ture is re^iired-on Qie regtotration form. 

lie a^wdute of toe irat^affls is as follows: 

ViitEtoia Beach Brncht tuesday, Dec. O^md ItenilBy, 
Dec. S firom i-M to 4:20 p.m. for ages 6 to 10. LMM 
to 25. Cld^en wiU make holiday 6oa^ decorations. At* 
ten&ace at boto sessions iS- necessary for compleliaB of 
deoontioMi after btidlng. 

Bayside Branch: Mon&y, Dee. 12 and Wednesday, Dec. 
14 fron 7 to t:M p.m. for grades one - six. Limtted than- 
es. RegWb^tioB Mds Doc. 7. 

. KerapeiiUe BraiH:h: Wedoeaday, Dec. 14 from 3:30 to 
5 p.m. for ages six to 14. Limited to 50. RegistratioB 
bii^Dee. 1. 

Vlod«>r Ifoods Bnnch: Friday, Dec, 16 firom iM 
to 4:45 p.m. itff agni aine to 12. Limited to 25. Registra- 
tton Jqr pureat b(%i]» Dec. 1. 

Great Ne^ Bnaeh: Tuesday, Dec. 20 at 4 p.m. for i««i 
five to 11. Limited to 15. Registtatini by parent begins 
December 12 aad onto Dec. 19. 

No SM ||il^«i|»s «ai <» 1i|«it 1^;*^ 

H materlato are needed by the fonng peepie,. aafMa 
be notified whni tliqr register for the pmgrui. Ifosf of 
Hie craft programs do act reqpire the yong peopte to l»tig 
ai^ mateijaata 

Fot* flBttK- MomMlQB, conUct Am Scott, cIdldraB's. 
coordinator, at 340-2917. 



• (te tttaraday, De«.' 1 at 
*8 p.m. ^v. Ptoyf JW«>r 
wUl cotttod a MlraHl Bar- 
ivice at St. Niehola* Cath- 
olic Church, 644 LltHe Neck 
Road in VtegtoU Beaefe. His 
service wlU be jiredtiited by 
the S^rit of Jesus prayer 
eommi^ty. 



Rev. Baker is lafva tor 
■any beeanae of ble adto 
and T.V. bnwdeasta that 
ranch aeariy 30 mlHlMpeo- 
fto. tSjtku h aea iik ad to 
mn Mi UMmttfmtM 
aOrMle servtoM at m^ 
r«U GoiMi Ba^mas Men's 

tfon, aM teanqraudl^ 

both CaUm^ and Protwtoat 
ttuw g kw tt a wmtry. 

Dnriiv tiw year of 1976 
ftev. BOar was qfbiated 

staff evaagalist Ik Hfa^ 
Clulstian Broadcasttog Net- 
Vtork, with headqaarters to 
Virginia Beach and sludioa 
to PortsmouHi. to iHU a4>- 
adty he traveled to mu^ 
qudor ciUes to tte United 



Siat&^ where the au(Uwces 
nambwed to tiie thcmsuds. 
In 1977 he resigned his 
post at CBN to resume his 
iadapendent mtoistry with 
Mirade Ministries, Inc. At 
the same tine be became the 
pastor ot the Church of New 
Uffe, a QOodMiominational 
church in Fortsmdiith. Vir- 
l^Bla. 

Ftoydltaker is a na^n d 
Oneental Keir Torfc,1aod Ms 
a Baidist' pasM* for ei^- 
leen 3^115. Aftw* receiv- 
tog the Bwtton to toe Holy 
%irtt ^ teowie pai^ ef 
the ^raaU ^erfilth Fel- 
lowsl^ Chuich to uprt^# 






1 DWiUtr TREE KITS 
fi FREE tttMSTntvMb 
S ehaae of *«^»** «* 
SRatotrail. 



I 

"OurNttaietheHeaHMett. l| 
thatarviealhefriandUatt. ^ 
oiif nieas ine h^jnst If aaaa^aMa^^ 
enme to and Oat Aaqnaimld || 

GIFT 8 

CERtmCATiES I 

AVAILABLE, i 



as: 1* 






AN" raoMs 




SCHOtML CALEMUR 
INFORMATION REQUESTED 



The VUitada Beaeh PribUe S^eol committee which wUl 
pr^are the If7t-T9 atkoei etf^dfer for S^tod Board 
adopiton wUl held ito Hrst meetbit0aeJHiitf%1971. 
VliiidaBaadi^ swMeds deririag turt^a^fiiiatonda- 
ttons to toe eommtttoe shodd wall iUs Mihpatton: 
to C^rlttd E. faekson. Special Aaatotoat to te Snar- 
idaadai^ y&lfato Beach miM fliiiMis. P. 0. Box 
mm, VUftoto Baa^, l^rgtoU t94M. ok to a^ttf the 
ealeater eoaiiBlttee meaihers. All infamtt^ past be 
receivad b^ the eommlttoe l»y:llBMv;^ lumber 5. 
1OT7. • 

1971-79 SCHOOL CALENDAR CdOilTTEE 

E. CaiHopAawyer 

tastrudtoa Dapartmaat R^reseetative 

Harrtott Onrham 

Virglala Beach Education Association Rapreseatotlve 

HyHto iRjgviddian 
PresMant, PTA GanneU 

Garlikd E. Jack^m, Chainaaa 

^Mdal Assists to toe aiperii^ed^ { 

AmaaneKeUy 

vm^ Beadi Edncattoa Asso^tton Bspnsentottve 

mttart A. KUagaqwr 

SCA I^MideiA, Bayside High S^od 

Pradsep R. Myak 

SCAMesM^ First Coto^hd Hlgl S^od 




Pwsonnd Dqmrtai^ n^pretentottva 




' 2. 
3. 
4 



Drumnneri 



Open on IRA Accourtf and 
SavefortheFutuie 

1. Jrisoroxsh^er^reHrttTnefWOttcwnf, 

AMovwoconrriburion of up ro 1 5% of your earned Irvcome not to exceed $t5GO.O0 
per yepr, or $1 , 7 50. CX)'?f shored wifh spouse who is fK>t golnfulty employ. 

If both hosborxj end wifef woiH, fhey con open seporore occooms for ihe rTK»*num 

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CHARLES CHIPS 

WbumnBt CENTER 

FLOWERS BY PAT 

GBtMAN PANTRY 

GREAT BRIDGE 
SHOPPING CENTER 

HAW PLASTICS 
HAASE NAUTICAL 
HOfMEPLAd^ 



KEMPSVILLE PHARMAa 

LIGHTING LTD 
MR. JIM 
PRICE'S 

PHILIPPINE BAAZAR 
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porscm im ymir C3irBtm^ ihq^friag Hst. Sdect 

from cmrbeautffiil, jw«3sioa^ ^ts madte rf 

exotic wKxxIs or j^eicioui metal. 



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• ChKwe Pen $7^, Srt ^M 

• S«A 1% Qff^w Pot $12,€0 

• Exrtic Wood Pen |15.(», Set $30.00 
(Tedk, l^pwood, Ccwdia, W£tout5 
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• S^ T^Exolic Wood Pen $20.00 
(AraiUble onfy in Rosewood, Cardm 
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Lighting Ceremony 

of the Great Bridge Shopping £er)ter 
this Friday night, Dec. 2, 7:30 p.m. 



Ceremony directed by 

The Hohorable 
Fred Creekmore 



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Music by Zeta Epsilson, 
Xi Beta Phi and Delta 



Chi sororities! 



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Largest ever in 
this area! 



Saturday, Det. 3, 10 a.m. 



■ PARADE BBGINS — — 

AT C/V/C CENTER 
..and continues down Cedar 
d to &cMkfieldBfvcl. then 
to Great Bridge High School. 



Co-SponsotBd by fhe 
Great Bridge Shopping 
Center MerdianH Asso. 
& Grecrf Bridge Jaycees 



48 Groups Participating 

.Bands 
.downs 

.Star of Parade 
Santa Claus 

COME SEE SANTA CLAUS 
AFTER THE PARADE. HE'LL BE 

AT THE GREAT BRIDGE 
SHOPPING CENTER UNTIL 

4:00 P.M. 

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111 .75 fsm 



new CONVERSE ALL-STAR 
■ASKtTBALL SHOES $».H 






Ken^sville Plaza 

(on Princess Anne Road^near fCei^sWlle Road) 



Artist Supplies 

ART COVE 

Start your child 
on an Art Ccreer 
by helfmtg Santa 
Chus taring fiim or 
fcer all the rights 
matetkis. 



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mNTLEMEN: 
...for Personal Attention 

in Helping You ^lect m 

Tastehl Gifts forihe 
woman in your life.„r^ 
see us at: 

345 Kempsville Pi 

SliG^ppMVi^ Cenfer 

Vd Beach, Vo. 23462 

497-2161 
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[FREE Qtff Wrapping. 






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• Formal Attire Material 

• Polo Barong • A'5 Types of Hand Made] 

• I'nosual Items ^^ > 

• Shoes & Slippers * Scuvenirs 

uni<pie gift all kinds with this ad 20% off all mdse 
HAoiesale* Retail •Owner - Direct Importer ^gE 
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NAUTICAL FURNirURr 

8RA|S ANCHOR i/GHF 

NAUTICAL TABLE 

LAMPS 

& MUCH MORE! 




"Select Brass Gift Ittms from 

$5 ' $20 dollars!' 

Haate's Noutical 
Antiques & Gifts 

1150 Va. BMdi Blvd. - Norfolk 4Sl-t4l5 ^ 

(My 4 Biocki East of MU. Circle Sbopptac MaU 






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4801 Shore Drive - VB 23455 



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Cards. Qirrs. Candles ft Accessories c^ 

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tetlunnklad ib^ Is t iio^M^ltrwCqMeto. 

As cMrtroversiaL as ttMSt velws •», tiwy are cer- 
tainly uterstandaMe in tlM Mgltl tlMit ike inmaa has 
mwfe repeated eHorts to design antttt^aoriMe a«nt>- 
gates to serve Uia in Us nceasing eontat vltt ttie 
lavs^Entro^. 

Home Computer Centers 



tm Viiittda BMch Blvd. 
Vtninin Beacii, Va. 



S9S-1IS5 

UmHirwlekBlvd. 
NnritortNem^Va. 



as reported in the Wall Street Jouriial 

AM, THE FtiE ST HAMES 1 HOME F UnN K MIM 

NOW 

Hi the tkiewattr area 

Home of Quality Furnltm 
for Less Mmey 

and now Virginians can call us 
toll free A dlrectl 




PLEASE 
IM)TEOUR 
NEW NUMBER 



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iChrietmas gift from 
Blackweiclers lasts 
lifetimes! 





MOYOCK StH>PtmiG PLAZA 
.ocated In Moymck, M.C., 17 mi^ soutk of lotwsmctJon' 

l^4,RoufieB(BattMMdm¥A) 
[Winter Hoyrs - Mcm^y tlwu Sataritay - 10 aun. - 6 pjn. 
[Tele ptene For InfMi^n 411-7177 (dkrect A tol fiee) 



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no Eirtra Cwti«MMMi-t«iM.n 

Amana CooKit ^ft9t^f 

Amana Country Cooker ^3fc»™* 

The Amarta Guide to Great m «■ 

Cookint) witli a Microwave Oven *■•#• 

Thermometer *WlfW9 

6H" Amana Browning cg^ ^» 

Skillet MW-83 - *lPilP» 

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Total Value •P#«SS 



GAec^ Our Price 

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r-YOUR CHRISTMAS GH^T HEADQUARTERS 



We have just received a completely new 
selection of gift items sure to please... 



fireplaces 



e fisher stoves 



e centerpieces 



appliances 



ichandallers 



e pottery 



e Rri^ewave cook wear 

OPEN NIGHTS 

OPEN Mon. - Fri. 9 • 9 Sat. - 9 - 5 
Closed Sunday 




e decorative items 

e delta faucets 
e ceramics 

e gift items 

We Welcome Your 



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fP/aco your or dw fioiv - a small defH^sIt wtU Iwtd) 




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(Good Mini D«cl0,'1977) 

TiflS COUPON WORTH 

it.ifnttinvt. 



TMt su^Mi tub comparM to othar manuf acttvara at 
*986.50. Our ragular factory to you prica la *d9$.00. 
Now, witli tlM coupon in tMa ad^ tMa lovaly tub can t>a 

youra.Jryoubrclart>^braO«e. tO^rWltli ttia eoupon In 

ifk ad lor only *0»i.oa 

FREE BA1:HROOM Pt:ANNINQ SERVICE 



tMte are ^mM reasora it pays 
yoii to visit (HIT faetwy just 1 7 

mtns. South of Great Bfldgs! 

* frM btOuroiMi pluBiic Mrvie* 

fM cia M» mr lawHU Ik* qM^ tai craaunHl# Aat 
fBM If^ ail of ear prodaets. 

• Coa«l^ siteetkB d IMfmti LodMa paiata at tha rUU. 
prieaa! "^ 

• Qif9a«fe«: Wt faatara pradaeto bf Oaa Rivar, Vfldag HUkraat 
aad ftaaaadaa. CoagolMUB viai^ floeriac. tao! 

• 0«r lab aai akamr tKloaavaa araAdtf |a«aate«t far oaa 
yaar acafiwt Maettva au^arUbf aad ar iia^ait|iiiu^. 

* Wa eaa arraai^ driivary or iairtallattoa a^vhara. 

* Aatkoriiad daalar^yp Uar: Kofelar tad iMta naaAliK Aztecs 
A kardwara. 

H&W Plastics, inc. 




Bring your p^pcmad room cflmaiMlona wWi fp^ 
Ftot^iarlManiilir^, ownar and Nancy iii^, 

conairttant, cm h^ you plan yoiv mw batb^^oii^ 



Fiberglass tub & SKower enclosures 
beginning at * tlS^o 



1 1/2 aii. S. Ckaaapaake Ctfy Units oa Rtlttb H^ek SMpplic PUsa. 



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By JOAN COATES 
SUN News Editor 



"An^^ outstandlii in me is not in me," said^he out- 
stluatQi yamg man of Virginia Seacb, ^ VUUas. "I 
eimt to a revelation of reality tiiat an^tiilsg oatstandit^ 
i* me. .is strongly representative of those who develi^wd 
me." 

Wilklns, wto felt *'«xcited" aiW "very hworarf that they 
w«dd consider me", vais selected the Outstandii^ Yoo^; 
Mu of 1977 by the Virgiaia Beach Jaycees, Nov. 22. 



"I started examining why 1 wmild be ootttaixttog," he 
said. After a Oorot^h rtU evilagtioj^, Wftios ter)d«d 
that othirs imre the root of h^ suteessw 

"First tfctfe was my |»r^s #io raised me," fWlkins . 
said. Altboogh he admitted to wt being a pertedt child, 
"I was miscbeivlous", he sidd his pannts used a lot of 
discipline aw) love. 

"They were the greatest ol^f^logl^. They did ev- 

eJ9ttiig AM fiinsliit«(u:y and loyt,T:i« said. TMlrlUth 
in God held us together. Wilklns is presently working to- 
wards Ms masters in psycbokKy aiOld Pomiidm. 



Atretics hav* always bwk a jArt of Wllkins ifie and 
strafiely ^re the catalyst for ttie direction vf his life. 
"I wanted q^rti as a gfoX since I was smaU," be^id. 
But when heirWSf Itand seemed to have everythl^, "schol- 
-.arsUps, tntiney; jobs, girls," he ms iavolved In a water 
^kiqg accitfmt ttiit bnrice his neck. As a resuU of the ac- 
cident, be ki bow a tpiactt^aplet^. 
• "My family didn't panic," Wilklns recalled. There was 
«6 sense of why. We all felt there was a purpose... attl 
held our beliefs that there is a God who loves us." 

The older t»^her to three sisters, Wilklns feels his sis- 



ters are another factor in helping him devekq). "After 
ttw accident ttey taught mS. One saster drove me to scIk»1 
•very day," he said. "My sisters had to give iq> tl» nor- 
mii weds of children that age. . .for me. " 




Serving the world's lar§§st resort city 




51stYecr,No.50 . . . / 

Vir^riaBeGcKVd. NJbhed Wednesday for 



14, 1977 



Two sections 
15 cents 




SklpWiUrv 




Hometfoiind 
hill pMPpies 

The SUN Fre^ee sds 
have done It again. This 
time th^ NOped Uk. Rob- 
ert J. Bfl^aMB tiod bom^ 
for 21 puffldes. 

The Buebanaiis i^ed a 
PiMbee ad tor a utter of 
II half Irish s^er. hlU 
labrador pupplci lb S^plm- 
ber. When all ttw pofipies 
«itf» gtrea away, Mrs. Bo- 
cliuaB 4orfot to cancel ttte 
'*<ad. ' 



pii|)pl«p M th« way. Ten 
mare poppies of ne ^me 
mix brMd were socrn bom 
aql i»|btiies about the or- 
tginal «1 served to find 
boUM A>r tl^ second batch. 
The UmA fKtVf iFSS givM 
away Ms weA, tbaidcs to 
tb« SUM Fresbee ad. 



Service held 
for survivors 



On AiKb^, Hk. U> at 
2:» p.Bi., s^norlal ser- 
TlMS wiU be held for 
ttw Penrl Hwtor airvl- 
Tors AModatign Ua their 
iUlM si4^nat«s. The ser- 
TlMS vlU be beM at Uie 
AnpWdous Mse Lime 
CnM^ Ch«pel. Tbe pd»llc is 
inf^. 



"And my grandparents gave of themselves too," Wllkins 
emphasized. "They gave a certain amount of allowance... 
enough for me to carry on a normal life, it was a sacri- 
fice of themselves. ..that's love." ,,<:* 

A born again Christian, Wllkins is married to a rturse. 
"On the first date I knew she was the girl I'd marry. 
Three months later, 1 asked he r to mar r y me." 



Mleb^e Gbit 8boi» ber 19M Clyaqtie fom to Mree- 
tor Jeb T^ey at tbe MootesMrl CbUdroi's House. 



BoMqr: Anderson, 3, uses bis co-onUnatlon to complete 
a sUter polish exercise. 



"She's always backed me in everything I've done. It's 
always 'shouldwedoitforus." It's never a question of^ 
whether it's 'for you or me.' Iler support... this is what 
is outstanding." , ,, ■ Xr . i . ... 



"M/hnly cfioh'f panic. There was no sense of 
why. We dl fe/f there was a purpose..." 

^ip Wllkins 



Four years ago, Wllkins realized that there was a goal 
io^ ^ iffer *'"The purpose," he said, "is to4&^ will oi 
God. Since then many doors have opened. Without God 
you put yourself first." 

In 1975, Wilkins was hired as the director of the Cri- 
sis Intervention Home, a state granted program for child- 
ren in need of help. He oversees eight counselors and 15 
children whose needs range from a place to stay, something 
to eat, to l)eing counseled. 

"It's a place where kids can get in to an environment 
where they can grow and learn," he said. 

Although Wilkins admits that the Home's effectiveness 
is oflly short term, he said they try to deal with and clar- 
ify the problem. "We don't solve anything... or very little, 
he said. The average stay in the. Home last month was 
nine days. 

In his spare time Wilkins participates in his lifetime love, 
sports. 

"After the accident I didn't think I'd ever be involved 
in sports again," he recalled. Now he holds a world- 
wide gold medal in wheelchair athletics as well as a sil- 
ver and three fourth places. 



Meeting changed 



.Gymstrado aids incoordination. 



This is to advise that the 
regular meeting of the South- 
eastern Public Service Au- 



thority of Virginia lias been 
changed from Wednesday, 
Dec. 28 to Wednesday, Dec. 
21 at 3 P.M. 



Auerbock to speak 

Sports Jamboree is conrring 



. The VlrgUUa Beach Sports Club anwmnced its plans for 
tts lin Silver Anaiver^ry Jamboree, tbe Jamboree will 
be luAd at tbe Mariner Kesort Inn, Virg ioia Bmcb, on Mcm- 
dar ■l«iit.<ran. W, 1971. 

Tte main ^>eaker will be Red Auerb^ch, K^stdeit and 
gMenl maoager (d tbe Boston CeUlcs. . 
.. A fierce oc^^tor whose run-ins with officials are now 
ftveodttf, A^fbaeb Is also tetsketball's foremost ambas- 
sador. Ma tr|^ (» bitetf of the U.S. State Department 
iHive taken Mm to every earner of the globe. 



Red, who bas a reluctance to ai^ear at banquets, agreed 
to come out (rf b-iendsblp for his long time trioid. Al 
Rothenberg, cludrman of this y«ir's Jamboree, wbo an- 
nounced that for the first time ladies will be invited to the 
Jamboree. Tick^s are |12 and can be oMalned through 
Bill Holland at tbe Virfinia B»ch Dome 428-8000. Atten- 
duce at the banquet will be limited to 370 persons. 

At the same time It was announced that the master of 
cerem(mies vUl be Mike Barrett, Gold Medal wbmer <a the 
1968 Olympic Games and om <^ tiie most popular players 



of tbe Virginia Squires. 

Aaerbacb is a graduate of George Washington University 
and was stationed in N(H*folk during World War II. He was 
the baseball coach of a Navy team that included Phil Riz- 
luto and Yogi Ber ra. 

Wb^ tiie NBA was organized in 1946, Red was the Coach 
of one of the original franchises, the Washington Caps, 
and be immediately won bis division. Four years later he 
bcgu Ms association with the Boston Celtics that in the 
next -16 ye^rs as coach would bring the single most incre- 



dible coaching record in the history of any sport. 

Awards will be presented at the Jamtwree to the Virginia 
collie footlall player of the year, outstanding athlete of 
the year from the Tidewater area, Virginia Beach coach 
of the year, female athlete of the year, Virginia Beach 
sportsman of the year and several awards in other cate- 
gories. 



Beoch futurists top world perspective 



By JUiQIfDA MfluLER 
^MltWMt«> 

Oa tbe Vli^a ^neh borter, a lotA at tbe froiMers oi 
tte Mun took pfaiee Fridi^ at Tidewater's tU-st "Fibre's 
twrnf Md ai Vuftaia WMleyaa CoU«ie. 

Mrgtoift Bta^ omneUwonan Myera CfeerMtorf, in w&m- 

'^ tiMtog i flukte tmnanlstic city govemmmt of tbe ftitere, 

mM. tub i^ 'nlshv i^ dashing of citizen's e^crtatlons 

tt one tf tto fosmt liftvmane mmicii^ laiiettees ever e- 

frfved. 

*lh rmm^ and Ming of a oHmn's exactions 
M oiM of ^ m^ Mt^tfnane nun c^ procNns ever 
•w^vwi" OMmtwomcm Myera OkMmdorf 



Loe^ limA to tbe Virginia BMcb (tfl^^Mnl tbe in- 



on bis investmMt," a«i that ^, per$(naUy, doen't al- 
ways aee^ Oe re^n^datlons of tbe ctty planning etm- 
nUaidon. 

OlmnSoTt was fwtmred at tte forun, along with Gemge- 
tows iMX^MT and "Mnre^gist" Dr. Vi<^or Fwldss. 

F«tlM splw^ tbe preUMM <tf Mtfs society that 
must be pot ttto a A^ve-orteMd pera^etlve in, order 
to eome ^ \rttt gi^(K for an orderly Mid fi>ee society. 

*We face a erltlal lAortage at espial In tte United 
Mates," he said, and s «»rclty dL rMCMixes Uiat be saM 
may be a 'iwriod when tte nttqiten drtve bas reacbed a 
climax." 

Futuristic per^iective is som^mes accused of leading 
to a nw^putetMi Mcle^, aid FhUss, bM be str^seU 
tte livMUflee (rf av(^^ i^antte 4eMib^pp«il in <»(ter 
wrttobe<»Beadsvetotoiwm«^. ^ 

A gfwp <st abeat 12$ p^pte Meiiid MtMrMi« t^'uB, 
mwH # awtady vi Mwtarts and protests, l^a^ tbe 
ydM|^ gronp fro« tt» Msrw itertMf of ^itamter. 

Tie loma «a»ptrtia^ fnirfsd 19 • fmit frwtte vir- 
ginal FoM&tton Inr ttM RumsBlMsMd ftbttc Mley, aad 



orpnlsed in coordination witti Qie World Future Society, 
tt bidnded nine worksb<9 sessions <» govwnment, educa- 
Vkt, land use, aged, arts, crime, bio-etblcs, business sod 
fllin. 

!>n(. Dora Dt^nritt, director of the fcuma said that tbe 
co^ruce "was to address tbe lack of tetere-consckNis- 
Mis and tbe «rtrMM confu^on we are is reganUng onr 
vahM, to qteak to the need to ^an aad to construct a 
Mire orl«rted toward human valu^. " 

On lomm was free and opM to ^ pridlc. 

FwUss Is tbe sttttor of several bOdcs, lnclidb« "Fu- 
turQiogy»Promise, Pertomance, Proqpecte," Hie FMire 
ot'Tei^nologlnl CivUliattoi, "The S^ <a tbe P^ure," 
aiMi otters oe foreign and mtfional govemmeit aad culture. 

*Nir« euMl empe d^«e." be saM . "We have to g^ 
»«M ttad ^« MwUe oe (Atage." 

I^MlMl poIMlee is tbe worbl's najc»> problMn, be saM, 
and adted tet In^Uattions are that thi^s like lM»e a^o 
iB«Mw^» mt beeMie nM-eH^M ba order to asswettet 
aiM-«^ntlon4evteM be Mt «mrs. 

MBtiaMt en A-S 




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ghmmmm 




Liub pre$enfs wreath 



The U^arf ud making 
ot IMIsL RoMila vrM^ vas 
^«8«nt«i to tte Lanr«I Conre 
Garden Club ^ Mrs. H. O. 
FrtMBan at the Nwemlwr 
neeti^. The Club^rthased 
tlw competed wreath and 
Ccmde Brown was the win- 
ner in a drawii%, 

An^ tte artistic design. 
eiUblts wer^ '"• ■ -' " 



The Mxt neetii^ will'' 
be tte Ctartstmts iKrty at 
tte tome at tte cM la-e- 
sident. H<%ina Howai4. 

dley", *an trra^ement us- 
taf freth or dried #altg 
and T^etaUcs; and, "Indian 
S^ner", which used var- 
ious forms ot dried mater- 
ials in wrmths ordeeoration 



wonns ^niyktu Sszfi nrB Sbtwb 



Iharks to the mecfia Appredation from CARE 



Editor, Viif inia ^acb SUN: 

h Whirls, the Tidewater area media tes served the Sontii- 
^stem Vij^iwia citizens withdedicated (»}ve»geof the critr 
|cal 1rat«r Aorta|e duri^[ 1977; and 
" WberAss, extensive poblicatim of pra^»Ue, v^wtaiTL 
water conservation techniques, as well as related city ordi- 
nances have keirt citisens informed of win to allevi^e 
the water crisis; and 

Witertts, tlK s^gressive rele oimtOm cMwraft evoked^ 
litisen concern and coc^rative ai^oa, which promdi 
Site in eontn^i^ wasteful water us^e; a^ 
:; Wtereas, the Southeastern PiAlic Service Au^rity of Vir3 
finia desires to extend its gra^^ to^^ tte Tb^water u^ 
n^tu in recognition of ajmau&torf jMdic seiiviee; 
t Now, therefore, be it resolved, that tbeSwiheastemra)^ 
lie Service Authority of Virginia shaU and hereby does »- 
(ress its ai^reciation to the Tidewater area media who, 
I^HH^h superior journalism he^>edaccoro0ish effective wa- 
fer conservation for the arra. 

^ Patrick L. Staodhig, Chainnan 

$e sure of Montessori 

fklitor, Virginia Beach SUN: 

Z It is appropriate at this time to notify you and your read- 
^s that there are several Montessori schools in the Tide- 
i^ter area that are will established and pioductive in this 
(^mmwity. They are: Montessori Children's Boose and 
Montessori Children's World; bott fomded in 1972 and Mon- 
^ssori Christian School (1973). 

:^ All of these schools are owned by women wi» live in 
is area, and none of the above r^'utiimed scIhwIs had ai^ 
etion with Tidewater Moirtessori or M(»tessoriScho(ds 
Tulewater which were closed by their owner Arthur L. 
|eed. 
4 People should be aware that just because the name Mon- 

tssori appears in a title of a school it (k)es not mom that 
is under am liTge organizatira's headii% or ownership. 
Haria, Moatessori's name was never patented before she 
^ed in 1952, so the iwblic should not only make sure tlat 
me school i^eh carries ter name is equii^ed properly, 
pt has a Moetessori certified directress. 
4 We nnderstawi.that the parents of tte wwr defunct schools 
Ih g>«tt«f to atteMpr <(r stiytbgyll?.* %e wish then w«U 
iid km)w tlut they will find support from the other opera- 
9i% schooLi in the community. 

I Meliniia Kicklighter, 

I Administrator, Montessori Children's House 

5 

4 Diane Fitzgerald, 

«: Administrator, Montessori Children's Worhi 



^the story of CARE to the Am- 

l^e r^nnse toB provided 

(rf poor people in develop- 



Elisaheth White, 

Administrator, Montessori Chrii>Uaii Suhoifl 



ov^^ years has cs 

jlebple. Thrir ei 
N^ h^ and h >pe t%' 
in^ountries. ,. \ ^ 

Althoy^ the a^^iiJBm poor are many and the reme- 
di^ di^rse. / fe^d ^ime mte (A both imm^Uate help and 
-mce^lMiUngfCARE ^wt raise |6.S miUira in this 
yOM's nupiy.^DOd Crus^ to provide nourishing fooih 
to Bn^i^m 25 milli(m pesple, most of them Children. 

A ^ra^ whose &mily is hui%ry today is ini^^cmitiM 
to learn tays to improve n«rt year's iarvest. To feed ttet : 
fanally witIM; (Bering a way out of the cycle of poverty is 
only half tte answer. Helfring pe<9le to ,.ark toward self- 
siqqport is cMtral to CARE'S integrated approach to fMd- 
iat an) develc^imeirt. Projects include telping families grow, 
mcnre fOodtl^selves, constructionfrf water systems, sdMols 
nutrition and health cmters, farm-to-maitet roads and set- 
ting iq> small industries. 

CARE is su^wrted by public &»atioos siqpfdemented by 
U.S. Govemmoit Food-for-Peace commodities and host 
govemmeti contrttptions. Last year each (toUar dimated to 
CARE by tte piri>lic provided more than lUiit: lollars' worth 
of !»M 

Again, our h^rtfelt ap^%ciation for your past support. 
Our staff across the country and around tte irorld joins 
me in s^M^ 70a voA your sUff our warm^ seasm's 
greeth«s and test wishes for ^ New Year. 

Frank L. Cioffio 



Veteran qipeds to SUN 



Editor. Virginia Bea?h SUN: 

I lived in Virginia Beach in 1952 for 11 mimths. I am a 
53-year-oid diMbled veteru (M Worio War ii and was wound- 
ed three times to action inttieBatt^cAyi^B^e, Ihavf. 
hart 'si'vpn nporatirn-; and bn^Jnv J,«tt^/i*^|^lrftt 
StiU ftrar .moreq^ratioiis afterii^iM."tlb[{iifty^^#r^^ 
rttfiitinn m roy ri^ht leg ami hnri ni hi*v«» niv riVW te«f iftftp- 
utated also just last year-. I mtw teve a liver ailment. 

It wooM nu&e me vo? ^Kppi if you wtsttU piAUsh my ' 
Irtt^ to ^ SUN. R would mate me very ^oA to receive 
get well cards or Christafti cards from your rouie^xlat^ 
help cheer me 19 these loog dreary days. Receiiring mall' 
nudEw me hapiqr and It gives me sometidng to look forward 
to. Ttenkyon. 

Albert Yarosky . 
R.D. #3 Box 300-f 
Oakdale, Pa. 15071 



Losing of parking 



I Virginia Beach has one heck of a parking problem. And 
^mehow it always contes back to me. 

^1196 in a small apartment comj^ex with no tiaxre 
five buildings. Each building has four apartmeids. 
t of the tenents are calm, respectable folk wte try to 
^t &l<mg with their neighbors. 

J The main problem we have as tenrats is tte parking 
^oblem. Due to lack of surrounding space as well as being 
^ose to the ocean, ttere is only one parking space per 
4>artment. The majority of tte apartments need three en* 
pur spaces just to accomadate tte traants...much less the 
fuests. 

^ Last week-end was a case in point. Friday night, 1 came 
Mome ready to relax from work. Someone had parked tteir 
^r in my s{»ce so I forgively {»rked in the space ne^ to 
mine. 




Joon Ceole/ 



J I had just taken my coat off whM someone began knock- 
^ at my door. If was my "acn^s tte teU" neighbor, 
jflt's okay for yoi to lark in my space", te reassured 
me," because I'm in your s^ce." I could suddraly feel 
^y nu>Hth drop <ven. 



He went on to tell me ttet smce te and his wife had lived 
in flte complex for 22 years, they were entitled to two park- 
ing ^ices. Bewildered, I asked him wten I wrndd te ra- 
tified to one. He informed me pleasantly that te wwld te 
leaving town for three mondis and I could teve (me of his. 

I hadn't been back in my apartment for five minutes 
when I teard another knock on my door. This lime it was 
my upstairs neigldnr. "If you don't move your car out of 
my daughter's space, I'll teve it moved", was wtet greet- 
ed ne wten I opened my door. 

Tryii^ to ejqtlain that my other neigtd)or ted said it 
was alright to park where I was, a women in a giant car 

(the dai^hter) jumped out of ter car. "This has been mine 
for 14 yeiTS," she yelled. 

After I promised to never ^rk in her spot agato, we all 
became buddies. I surmised ttet perhaps parkii^ wouldn't 
te so bad wten (Mir other neigteor left town. "Honey, it 
g^ worse to the summer with people tryii^ to park 
close to the teach." ste reassured me. 

Her father sc^^ested ttet I park in some(me else's spot 
OB tte otter side of the complex, wtere te did. I decided 
to give it a try. 

Tte next morni^, I aw(Ae to a irrate women wte ted 
located me through U% Divisi(w ot M(4or Vehidea. You'd 
b^er move your ^r," ste threatened. "The landtord is 
gating re«ly to tow it." Sometimes you just can't win. 



A look at smoke detectors 



Editor, VirginU Bwich SUN: 

As tte telMia]^ {^proBCh, we want to ^^ress our deip 
a^reciation te<^k^ press for its tovaluaUe cover^e ^ 
CARE'S w^^^^versMs. The media's warm ai^ vocal stqt- 
port of QBW^iHrognlte of assistance to the poorest of tte 
poOT isrAAi^, Asia. BtUn America and tte MidUle East 



Once yiw teve mtnte ttet important Ufesaving (tecisi(m to 

buy a sm<Ae (teteetor, the sec(»d and e<pmy important 

decision to make is wtere to instoU it inyo«rh(»ie. 

The impi^;)er placement of a smoke (Mteetor to yMr 
home can mder it totally ineffeettve. Wten instalU^ 
t smefee drtector, here are some guUeilmes to Mlav: 

If jmi teve only me itetector, it shoohl te placed te- 
tweMk tt» b^rooms and toe i^uiader (tf tte dvelU«. 
If yM te^^More ttui ote ii^ (tf ti^ feim^ vitfch is nted 
for sl«^iig, thm ea^ arm ttetdli te pr«tectod by t d^ 
tector. 

There skMtfd te a detector located on each fevelof a 
dwelling Rx»ii»nJ»>«- one ,i?torv h^w^ with h^camofif »wo 
detectors; two st«*y home, two detectors; two story teme 
with teseme«t,ttrefr detectors 

The detector sta^l te located on the ceilii^ or, if to- 
stalled on a side waU, six to twelve uches tetow tte ceil- 
ing. When locating dtteetorsv avoid ^ "dew! air* spima 
to high comers. 

Do not idace smoke d^ectors withto toree feet of an 
air supply r^isto- or bet«e«i furnace s^r retorts and the 
sleeping area as ttey imiy cause a delay to detecting a 
fir» 

Once your smoke detector is pr(fl>erly installed, it should. 



receive r^ular matot«tenct and testi^. Your <>imers' 
mamal slmiki te cwNlted to iMermioe wtet tnp«o^ main- 
tetence is re(piired and tew often nutotemnce should h« 
performed. 

MatotraaiKf for AC powred units may c(MSist ot only 
afroeoslmalittcwnlng. MbiUteaiMcfortetterypof*^^'* 
units is jttst as simple, tewever, tettery units refpOm cpe 
addtttoal and wry important step, the tettery mttilt be 
r^ced at rq|a(ar tt^rvaU- U y<» teve a tettery pow- . 
erM untt; chWM « fvomto^; ^ dni1i|| ttef^u- 01 hoht 
fatoyr, Irfrthday, rtcjio repli^ ttSehatteiTf, 

Testing the unit is a simple proeet^. Many detectors 
teve "power (»" lights to let jm know there is curreirt 
going to the unit; ^m« teve test buttMis so you can check 
the power and tera on ttw detector. However, evoi if 
your detector is equipped «1^ a test button, at least once 
a mnith or anytime joa teve been away from teme for an 
eroded period, check tte detector usii% snudce. This 
will aUei^te uy dodrt about toe detector worictog to toe 
evMt <d a fire. Proper lastaUatltMi, matotenance» and r^- < 
ular testing will ensure ttet the detector will (^endepropt 
erly. 

tt toe Vtei^iU Beach Fire Prevention Divtoton can te of 
any assistuKW to you, idease nU us at 427-443$. 







Good evening, sir. Would you like H> do your pert in 
conserving energy?" 



AAoilbox stir on 65th Street 



Maili^al^erwasoBceaneasytoidc. It's g^ng tough- 
er at toe nortt ad erf tte Beach th«iejda^s. 

Approaiddig itet stefflcd to te an awnge malU^(from 
a distance) a Idll payaoit was sent off wito a s^h d re - 
lief, (It's itnfn a great lightening experience to pay one 
of those hanging-on <teM8.) 

Checkug toe pfidc-^ time— toere wasn't any pick-iq) 
time. Soddmly toe malUxn appeared to te to suspicious 
disr^Mir. 




Rhonda Miller 



ically ideasing oo a mailbox anyway.) The message wi 

te relayed to tte toancer. | 

I 

■ J 

Mailboxes usually iaa't create much of a stir,^ and th^^ 

65to Street me wouldn't teve eltoer, ted it not been for*^ 

tte shiiqr, dQM«it-from-your-car tex on 79to Street. Af-| 

ter tte glamour of ttet new one, tte older ones justseeimf 

to lose tteir aparfcle. > *, 

i 



Panic set to: Mayte this mailtox isn't to operating con- 
ditio. Ttet IdU nay aeiwr get to its destinatlM to be {aid. 
W^ is ttet tard-wQB crwiit rating. Just wtet makes for 
aa flperatiotel maittKa aayway? 

Panic (durnged to aifer. Ai«er chafed to n/Mon, 
A (M to 5a|te»s post ^ice sa^ed tte i^le ord^. 

Y^, mail was picked iv every day fnm tte tex on 65to 
Strwrt. It sbouM te r^^red. fr""-irifr*lrn't irrthrt 



ICouncil questions water hook-ups 



Businessman 

DonrtlettaJM gttyoudoMn 




K TOint BOWKEEPOKi 

cosms TOO ovra^ 
A mrnn. m mm 
1100? rauf TOD atovin 

CALL 



CENTRAUEEO BVSMESS 

SERVICES mc. 

<M C^ttitttBttoB Dr. 
VlTftoU Baach. Va. 234<t 



Your FnU Strrice Tax aad^ 
AeeouBttog Profaastoaals t 
IteooM Tax Sitana - F1-! 
WMial ^att^aiia - Pay-^ 
rati, SalM Md Ottar tu^ 
Rapovto • niaO^ftia-; 
itess SarvlMs — 



Phoae 4t7-M<}t 
ItetaiUi 



P«r F«n 



3 By LEE CAHILL 

4 SUN Public Affairs Writer 

9 The City tf Virgiida B»eh is tryi^ to determine whethw 
St wwtd lose suffici^ revM^ to ^sti^ retenti(» itf ito 
paatatory hM(-^r requti^mMts. 
< Aafcrt to mgte a owt *t^ ef tte matter by Uajwr 
flarMcc A, Adiaad HooEtoy. City Manger George L. 
Va^try uid ttet tte repml wmM te rM^ ^ toe Dm. 
}2 meeting 
Hniiand asked whetter it w^ te po^B^ to retire 

ftPT' mU fri naw fnr fho 'rnnt fo^ge TCteT HaC asd tot 

w Item toe w« of torir 

.tuijiuiii leds 1^ fr^ fltntnifr pnynnTrti 

'^^^^ * bv bs-ttof Bf# pr^#eM^ uA hnrrf 



.. ...i.iii jjylu UMt te would UikU lb luiu« mImI U|« coil: 

si^ption wmh) te tat peo^ wto wwM te re<pdred to 
teodi-9 to tfty mdu* ttd to^termiMhowmwh ^ city 
w^d te MM| ftiiMer fsM if pn^rty ownerc c^lMed 

r:.e Jiscnsston artMe dtfinc tte ^nsidenrtiin of an 
ordiunc formally u^miivw tte mavMory ho(4updMd- 
liM fnmi ¥tto. ?, I0?f to Hay 1, ItW CMUMM^e wtth 
toe |»rfod ot tte i^^ <^iservatlMi wogi^ WtiaMd 

WpnNI OMmI IW1I|S — 



'ai«. 21 and anted Not. 14. Thto d^ net incMe wraga 
MaaecttoBS and tte mij urns atteeted are fikne wtere 
waMr las bcM anttMa lor rnvre Ma a rMT. 

CuMBLllmaa f. Wmxy iM^, wto n^wSMd eoteera 
war &e watw mmtee, abaMMd tnm votti« 1» tt» «dl- 
^Dca beMuaa te Ma iittn fl^Med" to tta wwtetorf 
fm*-^, brt MM to VOM Ito ma^'a n0tatt«. ^ 
wiMai WH Ij^mtd If tta^ oUM^ OmmsU mmhers 




iW i» iUowau to . me 



«ui w a papi- 

V. W ^t tte 

w«U witor If te (tesirts. 



Mr. a^ Mrs. Itena^ 
^rtiMt, dai^ter; 

M*. iM Mm. tay^atf 
AUm m^un,mm 

Mr. tti Mn. WUiaa 
A^Mrt WaOM*. n^; 

Mr »M Mrc. ^Aert 



Mr, 



i^etM, ^^hter : 
a« Mrs. Mlctert 
MAM, An^tav; 
Mr. aM Mm. ^trt 
M^te^tt^ Mi- 
Mr. ait Mrs. James 
l4wr^MM fciridaa, mb; 



Mr. awl 
RantelBanit 

Mr. Mfl 
T^natliyu 

Mr. aid ^» 
WWteT^,^^i 

Mr, i^ Mr«, I 



Mi^il fitnr. »mi 

'ri. MtrtiB 

aughter; 

rs, Rotert 

Hictati Foster, dangbter; 

Mr. iM Mrs Prte 



HiUi&iBTraLy 

K«M}AMUa.ER 



im^MCo 

Advart^ IUN««r 



Oaamllta^r 



MAR COATS 
MwWtor 



DALIMMI 
retfittoa l^Hgar 



PabUitad trtry , 

BMto oOct locatad at 111 _ ^ _, 

Va. tUU. Saeoad daaa postage paid at Lyaitevw Sla* 
ti«a to Vlrglato Beach. S2-wa«k sabser^oa by maU- 17 



Wadatiday by Byar^ PahUeaHau win 
I KOMBoat Rd., Virftala Beach/ 



P p ^ ipn p p fU |J. 



TmmM^m^. 



V^^^Mi^mt, Dm. 7, ivn -A 






Oj»«rBdorl, saw stot sppiie as ap fatoaUsi lortdng into tl» 

ttnre, tat me who was «l^htly "bniised ftjod tetter^l by 
• r«U world.* 

i^Ki«ty must r^ain the precise tise of language, she said, 
to A> away with misi^erstancttng, as often evidwtced in 
the political arra. 



fieocfc pdJct te/d Council ffccrf the inly 4th kkideht y 
vioinof a "riot" buf " o gxxntoneous ouflbtx-sf of 
c^gresacn." 



Wiun at)e»king of the July 4th "riot" of two years ago 
at Virginia Beaek, she said, city council was told by po- 
lice reports that the July 4th incident was n(rt^ a rU>t, but 
"a ^XMtaneoos oidburst of ^ression," and an "exuberance 
of yoirthful enthusiasm." 

That misuse of lai^age is "cheap, dishonest, and per- 
petuates a myth, " siad Oberadorf . 

Vlrginai Beach city goveinmeot of the future should make 
H^Jled decUratten <a its serrices ab)^ with their Justifi- 
cations. Also Included should be the city's ejQt^ctations 
of its resid«>ts. 

) One <tf thi outgrowths of the forum could be the formation 
of 'a Tktewater chapter of the, World Future &>eiety. 



n 



Contractor dispute arises 




Uyer s of radcefboU imet 



for aU those radcattwU 
uA Imdbiai playws iAoum 
tte Wa^itfa tBm^ Reem- 
tiM Cmim bciUtlM, ttere 

irill N t aectiBg Dee. 7, 
at ? p.m., to ^Mcast Uie 
procedure for reserfiiig a 



etmi. Hw ne^qg wtU be 
h^ In the gynautfui ^> 
flee. 

F» tettMMT tttemMm 
eortaet the ViifMi Betdi 
RecmUM Catff. NOIIra- 
fflouth LaM, or odl 49t- 
1281. 



In Winctoor Woods- - - 
Plaza — Green Run 



Tli« Catholic Parish 
o) tha Holy Spirit 



Massaa: 

7 pjn. Sat.; 9:30 & 1 1 a-iii. Sun. 
Talaphona 340-7122 




By LEE CAHILL 

SUN Public Affairs Writer 



Only contractors registered with the State Board of Con- 
tractors are permitted to ontract for jd)s greater than 
$30,000 under state law. 

Virginia Beach Councilman John A. Baum Monday after- 
noon asked whether that figure was umreali^cally low in 
view of current prices. He noted that the matter might be 
discussed with Tidewater legislatons next Monday morning 
wb^ council pres«its its legislatiTe pnqKjsals to the dele- 
gation. 



'Tmnof a minority, fmofncn andt'd like to stay 
mbustness." 



Contractors need experience to gef regisfered end 
need fo be registered to gef worfe or ejqjerience. 



The question grew out of a controversy over bidding pro- 
cedures for the Socail Service Building— the renovation of 
the old Miller's Departraoit Store. 

Meredith Construction Copany, Inc., i^ubmitted the tow 
pa (rf $656,995 which was acc^iited by coimcil Mpwny 
jifter beii% advised by city attorney Dale Bimson that the 
pity was acting le^Uy in making the award. 

The setcnd and ttiird low bids, W. S. Meadows Engin- 
eering, Inc., and W. H. Belanga and Associates, Inc., had 
argued, that the city should reject the Meredith bid because 
the cominny had not complied with thf law^ Stoce the pro- 



men would not be adhered to. 

James Hawks had bid $29,990 on a contract, staying 
within the $30,000 requirement because he was not reg- 
istered. "I'm not a minority," he told council. "I'm a 
man and I'd like to stay in business." The federal re- 
quirement gives the small man a chance to get into the 
construction business, he said. 

Jasper T. Davis, who described himself as a bousing 
consultant and small contractor, maintained that the gen- 
eral contractor should be required ,to state who minor- 
ities are. 

R(d)ert R. Jones, another minority contractor who had 
submitted « Ud ^ $29,«32 with Briangftrsaid^hat he com- 
plied with ttie law and then found the con^iact was award- 
ed to someone else. 

Public Works Director Oral Lambert said the federal 
govemm«it irill require an audit of the job to determine 
whether ttte extractor uses a bona fide minority on the 
job. Informati<» on who the minority subcontractors are 
will be available before the project is begun, he said. 

Payne said it is a case of the chicken and the egg. Con- 
tractors need experience to get registered and need to be 
registered to get work or experience. 

W. S. Meadows said that contractors probably spent 
more time finding minority .contractors than they did on 

total itilization of 



Bank moves ^ 

Citizens Trust Bank 
moved from its temporary 
office on Newtown Road to 
the Citizens Trust Bank 
Building, located on the same 
site at 6330 Newtown Road. 

Just oM the Norfolk -Vir- 
ginia Brach Expressway, the 
new 6 - story office build- 
ing will house Citizens Trust 
Bank on its first floor. Mrs. 
Billie S. Jones, vice-presi^ 
dent, is responsible for this 
office. 



the remainder of the contract. The 

L*!lif» '**.!!S V^^ S!f *?°m^' "SSSi°*'!^^t^ funte."r«volVerf around the minority commitment. He 
mtowif ubco^ractoft^-^Uast 10 perceii4||^ the to*;^^^ ^ 5ert4ttKs-*propo8al paeki^e was Incon 



jeit, or in this <ai5e,>lo6,000. 
I «,c<»j[}iih- included minority contractors,, but had &em 
down for over $30,000 jobs. THe state prohibits the use 
of contactors who are not roistered with tte State Board 
9f Coirtractors for jobs over $30,000. The minority cm - 
tractors included by Meredith were not registeml. As a 
result, Mendith will have to renegotiate bids with tiie min- 
ority eolrtractors so, that he will be (implying with state 
guidelines. ' 

C. E. Payne, attorney for Beianga, said that if Meredith 
can go back and renegotiate the bid, the general contract- 
or is put in the poslticm of working tme contractor against 
tte (^er. They will underbid each otter until ttey can't 
make a profit on the contract. 

Minbrity contractors were concerned that if the min- 
ority contracts were not assured at tte time of the con- 
tract award the 10 pervent minority construcUra reqiiire- 



tl^ Me^re^U^s'^IHrtvosal packi«e was incomplete t 
rii|«iiildtermcted. 

C<femcilman Rwert R. Cromwell said that the federal 
government is going to police the project and that who- 
ever gets tte job has to comply with the minority com- 
mitment. Since Meredith is qualified, he said, it was 
the Coiuncil's responsibility to award the job to the low- 
est bidder. 

Meadows claimed that if his firm had submitted its 
bid (m Uie same format as Meredith's its bid would te 
lower. 



V\6% accepted 

By LEE CAHILL 

SUN PiAlic Affair Writer 



"Virginia Beach City Coun- 
cil will meet at 12 noon 
Dec. 8 to received bids for 
the $15,900,000 general ob- 
ligatiiHi bond issue for 
schools, streets and high- 
ways, surface drainage sys- 
tems, Lynnhaven River dre- 
dging. Municipal buildings 
and parks and recreation. 

Tidewater representa- 
tives to the General As - 
sembly will meet with coun- 
cil at an informal session 
on Dec. 12 from 9 to 10 a.ita. 
tcdiscuss legislative pro-, 
prosals which would bene- 
fit the beach. 

At 10 a.m. that day, Dr. 
Arthur C. Munyan, oceano- 
grairiter, will present infor- 
mation to council on Vir- 
ginia Beach's coastline. 

Dec. 12Ms also a regu- 
lar council meeting day and 
council will meet at 1 p.m. 



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triiMlstioa, that v« tuy 
bo tiA9 to comfort tbem 
which are in soy troidde, 
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Come out of Uqrself , 

Stand in the open; 

Within thy heart wilt tbon 

hear 

The response of all the 

world. 

— Rablndranath Tagore ^s.^. 

FAITH IS AN DfFALUBLE CURE FOR SELF-PITY 
The insidioas disease of self-pity is one that we aU contract at least once in our 
Uves; osoally foUowinc some sorrow, major disappointment or the cooTlction that we 
have failed oorselves and those aroimd ns. However, the remedy is sim^e sad m- 
falling. Instead of wallowing in this morass of desiiair, we need only turn to taiai 
God in order to see the fallacy of this waste of our resources, and to diverto oar 
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631 Witch Duck Rd. 497-8925 
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; ; , WIIHs Furniture at Hilltop 

1712 Laskin Rd. 428-5951 
L. H. Bums k Staff - 

Price's Incorporated 

4580 Pembrdce Mall 622-3706 

KempsvIHe Pharmacy »"«* ^"»« Appuances-Tv-stereo 

JS'ertTcry;«.i^Wteavir'"' Home Federal Savings 

A Loan Assoc. 

Lindsay Bros. Inc. 



SS24 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Furolture-Bedding-Carpeting 



Bayside Motors 

4747 Shore Dr. 464-4563 
Charles C. Hale. Sr. k Staff 



Humbing-Heating-Fuel Oil DeL 
865 Newtown Rd. 497-4633 



Charlie's Seafood Restaurant 



3139 Shore Dr. 491-9863 
Mary E. Refapels k Employees 

Keilam and Eaton Inc. 
BIdg. Supplies 

Process Anne station 427-3200 
Fraidc k David KelUm 

Andy's Plumbing & Heating 

1003 Canal Dr. 485-5000 
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Keliam-Eaton Insurance Co. 

3111 PadHe Ave. 428-9161 

Furniture Showrooms 

828 E. Littte Creek Rd. 
2981 S. MiUtan Highway 
Sandy Bolin k Employees 

Chesapealce Savings & Loan 

Frank N. Wood and Associates 

Engineering Media Inc. 

606 R. Liberty Street 
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460 Batttefield Blvd. N. ' 
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4740 Va. Beach Blvd. 497-4854 
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Todd Electric Company 

Henry k Moses Todd k Staff 

Higgins Realty, Inc. 

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liii%« $t«T« Mitt«<^s t( the anUe? of judge Shelly Rob- 
bfaa «{^ 9tt« iNU Ji9iM by the aodiciice for ter low eval- 
Oj^oa Ktf ttMi^fowM 4Mt. JwiKe Devats Bew^ ma&aies 
to ignoitt a* ^or ^Ht|e*. 



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In an attempt to brii« live entertainnaent to Naval Alf 
Station (NAS) Oceana, Avlatim Oraanceman Ainban Ap- 
prentice (AOAA) Dick "Cowboy" Gregory of Attad ^uA- 
roo Sixty-Five (VA-fiS) oi^aBlEed a variety «(«* stoir 
based on the TV Goi« Stow, Sponsored by ^lal tef- 
vices, the show was held recently at the station thwter. 

As in the TV stow, ttree jw^es sat on m sid* to «- 
taluate performances. Lleirtenant (LT) Dettils Bennett^ 
Attotlon Structural Mechanic Safety Equipmeirt Chief (AMEC) 
m«e Holt, toth from VA -65, awl Shelly ^l*ins wen tSe 
Jtt^es who go^ed, pive ptrtnte awl ia some instances, 
tries to compete with the scheduled act. 

In an improttirtn mwe by LT Bennett and RoWiaii, 
they danced durii^ Aviation Machinist's Mate Petty W- 
flcer Second Clas^ (AD2) Dennis Baker's performaisfee. 
During a duet by Bob aM Sharon Powell, "jealcms" Judge 
Shelly Robbins had to be restrained from gongi^ the act 
by the two male |W^^. 

Audience partidpatim was encoui^ged by Master of Cer- 
emonies Gregory. Several youngsters were brave enough 
to add to tto entertainment. A total of nine acts partici- 
pated in everything from gymnastics, piano playing, guitar^ 
singing to school cheers aM dancii^;. 

The hit of the afternoon was MandeU and Mandelyn Car> 
oUna 1^ are biUed as "The Two Carolinas." They do a 
pr^etsion dance routine which then becomes a "niime" act 
to music. Judges gave them a total of 30 points. Later oh 
it tocOc an audience vote to name them wimMers biMause of, 
a three-way tie fw first place on Judges' points. "The Titt 
Carolinas" are dependents of Aviati(« Ordanceniho Petty 
Officer Third Class <A03) Mandeti Carolina of Fighter 
Scpiadron Elevm (VF-11). 

Second place weAt to Bob and Sharon Powell, singing 
duo, with Bob on the guitar. Singer and g^arlst M]^ 
Dennis Iteker of Fighter Squadron Thirty-Three (VF-3^ 
came in third. It took an audience vote to break the tie 
for seciwd place. 




Bob ud Sharon Powell stag thtir veraton of "Dear Abby" 
at the HAS Oceana Gong Stow. 



"Tin tvikCar^M^" llMdnB mC M«ad«lyn Caroltaa, 
«OTt tep jwbmtn ti Am riiow irttt (Mr dance and mime 
art. 



Dwmls Baker, guitarist and singer, was a solo act until 
an impromptu dance by Ji^es Densds Bennett and Sially 
RoMdns. 



IMI American Girl pageant 
Uepfs candidates for contest 



The All Americu Girl 
liag^uit is now ac^tting 
candidates at large frt>m all 
#ouati^ to coaq>^ in Vtr- 
llnia's second state p^eant 
^ be teld in Roanoke, F^. 
A - 18, at tte Downtown 
widay Im. Winters ot the 
i^te pageant wfll refvesent 
^rginia at the National 



Pageant to be h«U in Peo- 
ria, Dlinms in late itagnst. 

Cootestonts wiU eon^^ir 
in the f(dbwiog age pow^: 
tot, ap»> tta^to^ ttt. 
tie Miss, ages seven teniaoi 
Miss, ages ten to 12, TeM» 
ages 12 to it, and All kmer- 
icaa Girl, i ages 17 to 2K 



Cwttestaitfs agi^ ftne to 
12 irtir eottpBte in i^ort 
party ^ms mtAi^padanmr. 
CoBtesta^ 1» i^i 13 to 
26 will compete Inti^rmal 
gowns and s^tismuc. All 
emtestants, exempt ibe 
three's to six yuir (Ads^viU 
be Judged m a tellirt pres- 
etfatioB. 




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Beach residents earn spots 
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The Omipher Ctolr 's pro- 
gram includes choreo » 
gr^ihed songs by tSershwln 
and ^jrter, mmii from tte 
ttirties, madrl0ls, folk 
R»^ and hymns. 



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"Mt him again. « Kiwck Um out. 
rl»4[)ect BOW, Jotinny.^ 

A Wt bored i>y too much dancing around the ring, the 
Thursday night erowd at the Dome urges the Iwzers to get 
on with more flesh owtact. I 

Van Tate, the only Virginia Beach fighter on tte program, 
easily wore down his onxment , Joe Smith, and convinced 
him fmi to r#tttni to the rini in the fifth round. The crowd 
iQVts. seeing a ftdtw fighter just barely hanging in there, 
flat's when th« energy level picks up to leaning forward, 
(M^ortint faces, groaning, taitti^ for a iwncb that brings 
them to an oiitMrst. 

Fairly well-lK^ved, in general, the Beach crowd is pn*- 
aWjf like a Swday school compared to the «moke-filled 
d^s of towling that usually come to mind thinking about a 
bcaing match, 

DMae boxing is a decent enoi^h place to take a lady, 
tboogh if men or women have any reservations about seeing 
a Qitaple of guys «ettii« poinded in the head, it's be a bet- 
ter i^ to go dancing at a local nightspot. 

awt on tbe success of professional sports, Virginia 
Bea^k bas recei^y been proud to claim boxii^;as a new en- 
teradvment for bimgry city. 

B0&I19, as a sport, of course has its beauty. Lights 
glt^aiiig m muscles, the dance of the virility rites a - 
round a center of ettergy, the masculine power of total 



setf-proteetfaa co^^ with the ability to dive in! " ■ 
(q#H»nt's WMimess; 

If it were^t for the ontinual blows to the head, Beach 
boxii% could ^row to be a sport for a twon that is ready 
for new dlmensiMs. Local boxing fons alr^dy admit that 
a dedicated groiq> of follo#ers has developed and local he- 
roes have begun to emerge^ 

As a social phenonunon, Beach boxii^ has Indii'ect mer- 
its. It's one of the few aetivitles, ^sides the annual cir- 
cus) where tte crowd is racially miked and that draws p^- 
ple of aU agies. It is a predomimntlf male croini Ou: evl* 
deoced by theicantily-dressed b&Ad ttit desiguitestte be- 
ginning of a new r(wnd jbut many of the wom» who (to at- 
tend seem to be amn^ the most ardent ratbusiasts. 

The fraternity of fighters which aipirently exists make 
the wiffite spectacle a l>it less brutal. Boxers volunteer to 
risk scrambled brains, bruised bodies and dl^race, wiratb- 
er it be for ego stisfocti(Hi, physical activity ,. the possi- 
bility of beii« "uiMlef^table'' , or the cold cash. (Like 
they say, the better a figUer gets, tte less he gets hurt.) 

The cost of $4.50 per seat caused at l^ist one father 
and son to leave due to lack of funds. 

Corny as it may seem, the first, few blows to ttie b^A 
tend to register ({ueasiness in tile nomach area, in spite 
of the fans protestations that the twxers really aren't get- 
ting hurt that much. (Boxers on teleivlsion are far enoagk 
away not to feel the blows, tmt live battertaig of mui 4 - 
gainst man for amusement has a touch of (tecadeoce). 

Boxii% fans are welcome to their pleasore. But whoi 
women's wrestling comes to town.. .now that'll be^a show. 




Center ring is the center of energy, as boxers, referees and 
coaches get ready for the fight to begin. 



Readers Theatre company 
presents ''A Christinas Ccror' 



The Performing Arts Unit 
0^ the Virginia Beach De* 
tii|ta«it of Parks and Rec- 
reatlOD prinidiy presents 
Ctaries Dickens "A Christ- 
niss Carol," Dec. 8 - 17, 
B p.lB. curtain, at the Vir- 
ginia Beach RecreaticmCen- 
. tn* Tbeatrc. 



"A Christmas Carol" is 
pr«»Bnted by the Readers 
Theatre Company who pre- 
viously presrated the thea- 
tres first |»^odBcti(m, "Jon- 
athan Liidngston ScaguU." 

Hau7 deSheilds, theatresu- 
pervisor wiU be directing 



this production. 

"A Christmas Carol" WiU 
be perfbrmed Dec. 8-17, with 
a 3 p.m. matinee, Dec, 11. 
All performances are free, 
iNit reservations are re - 
quested bf calling 499- 
1281. 



Hallelujah holiday 
set for Dec. 18 




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Cl|nisr^reeied% Waltl 
Noom^ with the accompony- 
mmt of the Virginia Beach 
Pqis Sym^iOBy, will pre- 
sent its annual Chrisbnas 
concert, entitled "A Halle- 
lujah HolkJay", 00 Sunday, 
Dec. 18. at 2:30 P.M. in the 
Virginia BeadiDome. 

The first part of tile pro- 
gram will be the acknowled- 
ged Christmas Sections tar 
chorus and soloists of Han- 
del's "Messiah". The guest 
soloists to be featured will 
be Nancy Boiling, sivrano; 
Patricia Saunders, alto; Hen- 
ry Bemick, t«ior and Robert 
RandoltA, bass. 

The second half, of a lif- 
ter nature, will include, "The 
Many Moods of Christmas" 
aminged by Robert aiawand 
"Twas ttte Night B^ore 
Christmas" composed by Ken 
Dart>y. The latter, ari^nged 
by Harry Simeooe, Is a de- 
lightful musical renfitiooof 
the well known Clement 
Clarke Moore poem. 

Tickets are available fnmi 
any choros member or attte 
Dome Box Office in advance 
of the concert and at the door 
on th^ day of the concert. 



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WUliam "BiU" Malmta^ 
W(» be«i tyipointed TV op- 
itat&Bs manager for WYAH- 
1^, Ctaanel 27 in Ports - 
mrntt, Mr. MalendoskiOMa- 
Hlk TV 27 from WFBC- 
TV,^ GrewriUe, S<Mitt qtro- 
Mm, jfiib he was empU^- 



to the new CBN Internation- 
ai Comannicatitm Center in 
Virginia B«ch. 

MalMdodci will be Joined 
in December by his wite, Eli- 



nor, and three children- 
Michael, 19. Christqiher, 12, 
am Patrick, 10. The Maloi- 
d(»kis will r«ii(te in C<dlege 
Parte in Virgiida BMtft. 



tisiiin 1W4. He brings an 
e^ttive badegrouod oi 2? 
yMTS as a tel^ion tto- 
Minr, dirMtor, aiidl proAK- 
t^^Mcialist. 

Maleiidoski wlU be re- 
fc ^NMWt lor tte OOly op- 

enUion of WYAH-TV in 
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Bay side high performs drama 



Bayside High School's 
Drama D^nrtment willpre- 
sent David Roger's modem 
drama, "Here aiMl Now," 
on Dec. 8 and 10 in the 
sdMMl's auditorium. 

With an increased interest 
in communication and human 
rdations, people are cur- 
roitly becoming aware of 
the value of encmmter groups 
This play deals with the 
problems and discoveries ot 
an encounter group made up 
of parents, students and a 
teacher. 

Ranging in sid>JectB from 
drugs to teenage suicide, 
the play dMls with real 
prxrtdems experienced by to- 
day's high school students. 
In doing so, it makes a pos- 
iUve statemoit in favor of , 
greater communieation be- 
tween tht geheiratikis. 

"Here and Now" takes 
place on a bare stage and has 
a cast of 16. impiasis is 
placed cm acting rather than 
intxhictioa. 

Under the direction of 
Linda Carol Cobb, the play 
will begin at 8 p.m. Tickets 
will be availald»at thedoor. 




Byside High School will present "Here and Now" in the 
school auditorium Dec. 8 and 10. Pictured isQie cost from 
the psychological production. Photo by Joan Coates. 




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Carpentry, roofli*. siding, room addttions, storm win- 
dow and (toors, ^steri^, elMfric, CMcr^e woric, 
idumb^ guttering, rem deling IdtebMS Ud battltxtms, 
brick and hleck mrk, ala^nn siding, flrtvdaces, 
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Hivy SeuBui Swratt Dwi L. Brown, son ol Mr. iiid 
Mrs. Dana L. Brorn of W|tes Drive, Virfliito B««ai, 
tas eopipleM rMrtt tntatag at tbe Naval TraiHngCeiter, 
OrtiNio, Fla. 

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Navy Uavttaaiit ComBander 3(M 11. Panst, whose 
wife (^ie is tiw diuviiter <tf Mr. and Mrs. WflUam R. 
McKnli^ of &vtaB Lane, Viritoia Beach, has reported 
lor ^tjr as a aiMiber of Commando- Carrier Groq) Six, 
Mamort. Fla. 

A ^ iradnatc of Soirthem nunois UniTerrity. 
Carlx»ble, wtth a b^helor of scteace degree, be Jirined 
the Navy b Jwe 1«4. 



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Dorsty 



ik^rmaa Hewy A. Doraey, son of retired Air Force 
Masttf Sn^ant and Mn. Charles W. Dorsey (^ Forest 
GIoi Drive, TtrttMa Betdr, has graduated at Uckland 
AFB, Tex., from Air Force basic training. 

Airmaa Dorsey is a 1977 graduate of Kellam High. 



Robbins 



Navy LientenaBt Coramaader Bichard J. RolMns, whose 
wile Shirley U the dai«hter of VeraB. Gayle of KempsviUe, 
Road, Viigiaia Beach, recenUy rimmed from an extended 
dqtlcgrmert in the Weitaii Pacific. 

He Is senriiy as the sMcirtlve officer of the tanic lavUng 
jhip USS Schenectady, bbaieported in San Diegtf. While ; 
deployed, his ship operated as a onit of the U.S. Seventh 
Fleet. 

He is a 1964 gradaate of the U.S. Naval Academy, Anna- 
polis, Md. , with a bachelor of science degree. 



B«rry 



Navy Teoaaan Third Class Phillip W. Berry, son of 
Winfred Berry of MBi Street and Genice Rocco <rf Quail 
Pent Road, both of Virgil Beach, recenUy retorrod from 
M mdMdcd dqAoyaeeft is the w^em Pacific. 

Be is serving as a ertwnmiber aboard the aimMrioas 
iMmmawit ship USS Mae Ridge, homeported in San Diego. 
IMte dapioyed, his ship operated as a unit of the U,S. 
Seve^ Fleet. 

Be Joiasd the Navy in July 1994. 



Jocobs 



Navy Chief LeptaMS Itttteel L. JaMhe, i^ose wife 
SharoB is the daaghlM' of itr. and Mrs. George Camphoose 
of TMstle Ourt, ¥ii^to BcMh, has r^nmed from an 
extended deptoyileat in the Ifadtterranean Sea. 

Be is servtag as a erevmember aboard the aircraft 
orrter USS In d gen d e n e e , hom^iorted in Norfolk. While 
deptoyed, Us mp operated as a wit <rf the U.S. Sim 
Fleet. 

He Joined the Navy in August 1962. 



Bi#diger 



Navy AvUtion Fire CoetKd Technician Second Class Vta- 
A. Biedigtr, whOM wife Carolyn is the danghierof 
Mr. and Mrs. Beory M. Beasley of North Gate Drive, 
VirgiaU Beach, has retamed from an extended 4^toymMt 
in tbe MeditatWMtt Sea. 

He is serving an a erewmember aboard the aircraft 
carrier USS iBdepewdetice, hom^wrted in Norfolk. While 
deployed, his aUp epgniaA as a unit of the U.S.axth Fleet. 

Be joined the Nny In Fabmur 1970. 



Lc#av« 



Naig' Orta Pfeta«teg Tectaiciaa Firrt Ctess Marttai 
J. LaTave, whom iMi Nuey to tte dingMr oiUr. and 
Mrs. Ivan P. Jorgiiian of Dyhtt Mn, ^^le Be^i^ 
has retamed trm m ucteaded daph^mrt In the Me- 
ditwraneai Saa. 

M Ma#vtigwaennNMMMr^oaf4totfrei^ear- 

deployed. Ms ah^ tf&hmm a mM ^ «i VIS, mm 



Navy Madiinery Repntrmu First Class Charts H. f^fH, 
whose wife £Uea Is tke dadgWer <tf Mr. and Mrs. Bea^ 
CUhnoB of Choetew Court, VJri^ida Beach, rec^ly Ai- 
parted fw an extended deployment in the Me<ttterruiett 

He is SMTbg as a erevmember aboard the &mM 
stores mp USS l^lva^ tonqported tai Neriolk. md!*, 
dqri^wl. his ^p will eperMe as a unit of tiie U. S. Sxtti 
Fleet. 

Be Jfltaed the Navy in April 1963. 



Reynolds 



Navy Fireman Joseph A. Reynolds, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Jerry L. Reynolds of Eaw Creek Blvd., Virginia Beach, 
has completed reendt training at the Naval Training Cen^ 
ter, Orlando, Fla. 

A 1977 gradaate of Flojnl E. KeUam High School, he 
Joined the Navy hi August 1977. 



PrattymcNi 



CMef Aviation Ordnanceman William A. Pretty- 
of Irene E. Prettyraaa of 3 Rosebriar Court, 
Virginia Beach, hu retmned from an extended depb^ment 
in the Mediterranean Sea. 

He is serving as a erewmember aboard the aircraft 
carrier USS UdqiendeBce, hcnneported in Norfolk. While 
d^oyed, his ^p operated as a unit of theUiS. Saxtti 
Fleet. 
He J<dned the Navy in March 1960. 



Navy 



Wgtkins 



Navy Radi(Hnan Firet Class Jimmie D. WaUcins, whose 
wife Pamda is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George 
Mackey of SusquAaan Mve, Virginia Beadi. has re- 
turaed from an attended dq>loymrat in the Medtterranean 
Sea. ) 

He is serving as a erewmember dxiard the aircraft 
carrier USS ladqiendeDee, hom^wrted in Norf^. WUle 
dqtloyed, his ship opanted as a unit of the U.S. Sixtii 
Fleet. 

He Joined the Navy in June 1963. 




Travis 



Navy CMti Data ^«as TMtoieiaa James E. Trnds, 
whose wile Beverty is tte daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold 
R. Walke- of Careage Bill Road, Virginia Beach, has re- 
turned from an extended (l^>loym«iit in tiie Mediterranean 
Sea. 

He. is serviiv as a o-ewmember aboard the aircraft 
canto- USS Ind^mdaace, homeported in NorioU. WhUe 
dqdoyed, his ddp epwated as a unit of the U.S. Sixth 
Fleet. 

Be Joined ttw Navy i9 February 1951. 



Collis 



Navy Aimu Bonita C. Collis, daughter of Mr. ud Mrs. 
EugeiM Collis of Pqipercom Court, VirghUa Beach, has 
been selected as the SaUor c^ the (garter for Oceana Na- 
val Air Statlai. VliglaU Beach. 

She Joined the Navy fa Anput 1975. 



Blair 



Mny Seaman Recntft C^il L. Blair, dau^tor al Mr 
and Mrs. C»ear C. Btair of Amberly IN«d. Virginia Beach, 
im mmfUM recruit tnlidv at tte Itaval TralniK Cen- 
tw, (^laado, Fla. 

ait is a 19^ gradaate of KM^ville H^h Scteol. 



Lombofh 



AlrmM OMrtee S. huMm Jr., son of Mrs. Aadrey 
n: M^Mk m Ita^glle AviMM^ Vlri^rta BMCh. |m re- 
^wd a mm atf^iifrr* tm^^ m^^tmm fran tte el- 
^ggl^g e^^^Ml r^p^HiM covae CTri i Kt ed by 9^ kit 
TuinfigrninftnilTitlfiiiliir ^f** "*" 

TM tff^ to a an tfadmte ^ NeedNm B. ft»«htoa 
m0 St«o^. feft^ ». C, md ^M«* WMtewttfoUna 
Uriver^, C^oe«se, M. C. 



Airman Robert J. Wonders, s<n(^Mn. Harte E. Wooden 
of Prince James Court, Virginia Beadi, haa graitaated 
at Ucklmd AFB, Tax., frt>m Air Force basic titinhig. 

Airman Wooden Is a 1976 graduate of Praidc W. Cox 
High School. 



Balinor 



Navy Seaman WiUard E.. Balraer, s(m of Mr. and Mrs, 

Eldon E. Balmer of Beitf Branch Drive, IHrginia Beach, Ias 
completed recruit traMag at tiie Naval Training Center, 
Orlando, Fla. 

A 1977 gradntfe of Kellam Hi^ School, he Jdaed tte Na- 
vy in August 1977. 



Oiiinn 



Navy Ll^ttettBBt Qmkot grade) Timotty P. Qulnn, whose 
wife Maiy is tte dangiiter of Florence Geerlings of Jaifte 
Ro«l, Virgiala Beaei, has n^rted for duty witt Figtter 
Scpiadron 102, Naval Air Sation Oceana, Virginia Beach. 

A 1975 graduate at Ncnrth Carolina-Cbqwl Hill, witt a 
baohelor of arts decree, he Joined tte Navy in IMy 1975. 



Johnson 



Navy Bcdler Technician Second Class Richard T. Johnson, 
son of Mr. and Mre. inillam T. Jdmscm of Dauphin Lane, 
Virginia Beach, recently returnoi from an e:i^ndedde|doy- 
mcot in the Mediterranean Sea. 

Re 4s servtiv u a erewmember aboard tte fleet oiler 
USS Trudtee, homqiorted in Noriolk. While deployed, his 
aWp oper^ed as a mit (rf the U. S. Sixtt Fleet. 

He Joined tiie NIvy tt August 1974. 



Rossitor 

Navy Uratenart atmmander Alan W. Rossiter, i^se 
wife Lesley is the (Maghter of Mr. and Mrs. Josqih Wood 
of 69tt Street, Virginia Beach, has reported for duty at 
Naval Air Systems Conmaad, Washington , D. C. 

A 1967 graduate of Denisoo University, Granville, Ohio,, 
Witt a bachelor of arts degree, he Joined tte Navy m No- 
vonber 1967. 



Didier 



Navy Seaman Tb(»nas R. Didter, whrae wife Dribora is 
the cbiu^tter <d Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Weir of Lowewil- 
low Lane, Virgiida Beadi, recenUy partic^Mtetfi tt tte 
major NATO exereitw "IM^y Determiaatioa.'' 

He is serving as a member ol Nanl Bea^ Gro«|>-2. 
DetachmMt -A", bMstibased at tte LitUe CnA Naval 
Ahi^Ubioas Base, Mort^k. His ontt was embaited a- 
beard the dock landing ship USS Portland. 

Be Joined the Navy in May 1975. 



Novak 



' Navy Maddalst's Mate Fireman Micheal S. Novak, ami 
df J(7ce A. Novak of (^n^e Court, Virginia Beach, has 
completed the basic eattited &mri« at tte Nawl adm- 



rlae Sdmol, Oretoa. Coaa. 

A 1976 gradnata of Floyd E. 
JofaHd the Navy in Jmnary 1977. 



Kdlam High S<^Mfol, he 



Oloson 



Marine Ueotempt WnftM E. Oleson, whose wife Myr^ 
aa is tte «H«fMr ef 1fr..«d ttos, <^aB E. Mytot of St. 
Clemeat, Vlr^aia BeaO. rec^ly paiMi^ted in &ter- 
eise -Fortress U^Mag" In tte MpHtte of Am MM - 

PplUM. 

Be is scE^c M the ehqitala « BMtelteo Laadiag 
T*iil 1%ree Slot Four, homilmed on Okiaawa. 

A WZ grateate of ^teay BiUe Cittage, Mrta Crai, 
em., Witt a ba^Aar of MMce degrae. nd al975 
pHkete of PtfM-1iaMh«leal8MiMsry, Pasadena. C^m, 
Witt a masters de^fee. OMmo Joted the Martae Coips te 
Aipi^ im. 



It 



Navy El^^adw Flr^ OaM Kwaett C. PoMt, Ma«t 
Mr/aadMra. Mtaa t. Pcwrf tf ^iWll Rwd, Wr^a 
bMch. has e$mUm tte SI4» herttl Mm^Om^^ 
QNHfse. 

He JirfMd tte Navy to Nov^er IMt 



Navy Date SyMattt TeeMtfeton Second Class James F. 
Yaaas Jr.. soo of Mr. and Mrs. James F.TanusofSt. 
James Drive, Virgtaia Bea^. hap returned tnwi aa ext«id^ 
ed de^oymeit In tte M«itttarf«aoan Ma. 

Be te servi^ as a o^wfli^aber aboard the aircraft 
carrier USS bidependenee, homeported In Norfolk. While 
delved, hte sUp operated as a unit of lheU.S.«^ 
Fleet, 

A ms graAnte of Princess Anne High School, to Jott- 
ed the Navy tt July 197S. 



Royi^Ms 

Navy Fireman Joseph A. Reywdds, s<m <rf Mr. and Mrs. 
Jerry L. Reynolds of now Creek Blvd. Virgtajt.BeacMas 
eompleied recruit tralaii* at the Naval Trainmg Center. 

A 1977 graduate of Hoyd E, Kellam HlghSchool, be Joined 
the Navy In Angnst 1977. 



Roork 



Navy fiislgB Doagks S. Roait, smi^ of Mr. and Mrs..' 
Lanate B. Rearfc of WoMsaare Crescent, Virginia B«ich^i 
has been commlsslooed In Us pres«it rank qxm graduation; 
fro officer eaadidata sehoel. 

A 1973 gradoite of Co fUi^ School, and a 1977 graduate^ 
of Old Domlnloli Uhivenlty, witt a badielor of science 
degree, he Joined the Navy In FdDrnary 1977. 



Dooghorty 



f ^kH (4;'? ot xi.A gv;2 flfitnl -'S-sO ^taku ^ .j.-^n. ' 

Navy Aviatioa Storekeeper Airman App»Miiee Ifery K. 
Dangherty, daoghter of Mr. and l^s. Marvin P. Daugherty 
of Sooth Parllaneat Drtve, Virginia BuiA, was gratuated 
tmn aritfiaa stereke^ter sdKMl. 

A graduate of Kamptville hHigh School, she Joined tte 
Navy tt May 1977. 



McNeely 



Navy LieatMaat Ctniaander Lairy J. McNedy, s<» of | 
PauUae McNeely of Okf Hickory Road, Virginia Bi»ch, re- ] 
ceidly retataed from an oteoded deptoymfflt tt tte Med- ^ 
iterraaeaa Sea. I 

He is serviif as the first Ueuteyud (rf tte am^Ubioas j 
assault s^ USS bdwa, homeported in Norf61k. Whffle • 
deplored, hte tMp operated as a unit of ti»U.S. Sixtt | 
Fle^. •' 

A 1966 graduate df West Virgttia SUte College, Insti-;: 
tate, Witt a UtiMae of arts degree, and a m6 graduate | 
of MarshaU UMvtnlty, Runtiagtra. witt a master <rf arte ;? 
degree, he Jotted tte Navy ttAugvst 1966. :> 



West 



I 



Marine ftaff Ser^a^ Anttiooy L. C. West, sonof Ches- 
opean TraU, Viif^att Beach, recentty participated tt ^ 
Exercise "Fortresa Ughtntng" to tte Republic of tte Phil^ 
IppinM. X 

He is senim •> a member (rf Marine Wing Communi-^ 
eatkms Sqaadroa-IN, Iterlaa -Aircraft Wing, homefcased * 
on Mttawa. J 

A 1970 gradaate of Princess Ame High School, Wesfi 
Joined tiw Ibriae Corps ta June 1970. 'i 



Oilpatrtck 



Navy Seaman Auaes 0. Gilpatrtck. sooefMr. aadMrtt 
James T. Gl^trick Jr. of Soemui RoM, Virgttia Beacl^' 
te parUe^^ig to the mJiralUed gnretee "Ocean &* 
fart '77" tt tte eutera iUlaitfe Ocean. 

He i$ sm^ j^f a errnMmber aboard tte ^stnqfer 
mi Sjpraittee. JnMported to itar«A 

A im gifdn^ sf PitteMS Anae Blgh School aad« 
1976 tnt^m k%t <mM, OtarteMan. S. C. , witt a 
Bachelor of S^aaM tt mm. GOpa^tek Jotted the Navy 



Doron 



Marine PriviM First Ctias JMamti J. Deran Jr„ ^o| 
Mr. mi Mrs. totaMl J. Damn rt Pantem yum, Vlri^ 
BmA, taiMi^ediw^ttralattgattteMtortaaCwpe 
B«vwt Mvet, nnls WMifc t. C. 

A 1917 gnrfiM tf BayMe High Sdiool, he Jotted tte 
MartM ^i|e ta OoMoiber ivn. 



VlriiBla Itouft §m, Die. 7, iwn • A 'i 



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'om^nafion of amidemcs and 
ymnastics coordinate children 






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tl iBstrwttoas Airbif Gjuistnult warm-m». 



Benjamio Manuel, 4, has to coneeBtrate in order to make 
sounds from the words In ids mtod. \ :% 



VIRGIHIA BEACH f t»UC HOTICE 

VIRGINIA: Notice is herein given that on Wednesday, 
December 7, 1977, the City of Virginia Bcfach shall 
submit to Ihe U.S. D^tartment (A Housing and Urtnii 
Developmei^ a request and certification for tt» release 
of 12,280,000.00 in Entitlement Funds under Title I. of 
the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974. 
Tte request and certificatton for the release of funds 
perUins to the Seatack Sanitary Seimge Facility, Sea' 
tack Water Facility, Newsome Farms Water Facilities, 
Newlight Sanitary Sew^e, Seatack Street Improvements, 
Newljght Street Improvements, Gracetown Water En- 
gineering, Grant Program, Newsome Farms Sanitary 
Sewage, aiHi C(mtiiq;ency mraies as outlined in the City's 
application to HUD on Mardi 15, 1977. 
The Qty of Virginia Binich has prepared an environ- 
mental review rteord tei^ecting the above project for 
which the release oi. funds is sought. This record may 
be reviewed and copies obtained thereof at the Virginia 
Brach Grants Office from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., 
^llfRi^y thttMgHlitidajri'uA isq^-jjJaitiR n^^^mh r*"^- 
TiKT City of Vlifihia JBeadt istteotTtoitl AppUcaiA tor 
^the above-refereiRed^AndiW and the address is: Mitni- 
diml Center. City of Vli^llniaBnch, Virginia 294S6. 
George L. HaidMU7, Cit? lAboger, is the Chief Exe- 
cutive Officer repiresentlq; tte Ai(riic»nt. 
The City of Virginia Beach will undertake ttie project 
described above with Block Grant funds from the U.S. 
Department of H(Hi8tng and Urban Devel(q>ment (HUD) 
ondeir Title I. of the Housing atni Community Devel(q>- 
ment Act of 1974. The City of Virginia Beach is certi- 
fying to HUD that the City of Vii^inia Beach and George 
L. Hanbury, in his ofQciaL icapacity as City Manager, 
ccmseot to accept tfe JtatMttction c^ the Federal courts 
if an action is brou^ to enforce responsibilities in 
relation to ravironmental review, decisicm makii^, and 
action; uid Uiat the^ responsibilities have be^ satis- 
fied. The legal effect of tl^ certificatton 1$ that^^oa its 
apiuroval, the City of Virginia Beach may juse the Blpcl: 
Grant funds, aiKl HUD wiU have satisfied its responsi- 
bUities wdMT the National Environmental Policy Act 
of 19i69. HuD will accept an objection tq its approval 
of the release of fimds and acc^ance of the certifica- 
tlm only^ if it is on one of the followitag bases: (A) 
that the certificati(« was not in lact executed by tte 
Chief aecutive officer of the ai^Ucantrior (B) tlurt 
V^w&'a envinmrnoital review neati tot the project 
indicates omission of a required decision, finding, or 
step aiq)llcable to the project in the environmental re- 
view process. Objectlcms must be prepared and submit- 
ted in accordance with the required procedure (24 
CFR Part 58), and may be addressed to HUD at 701 
East Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia 23219. Ob- 
Jecttons to tte release of ftaods on tases otter ttun those 
stated aboK will not be owfldered by HUD. No (Ajec- 
Hon received after Decioiber 29, 1977 will becoisldered 
by HUD. 
1-T 




XmOL CALENDAR 
INFORMATION REQUESTED 



n* Virginia Beach PiUle SdMol c«»imltte« which wUl 
^9fU9 ^ mi^TI sdM^ cAadar tor Sehwd Board 
■dopttoa wlU yM Its first neetinf December f, 1977. 
Vi^Ma Beach rMlterts itelring toaudEsrteoeimeMh- 
ttou to tte MMiBlttet tkmU aaU Ada ta^iaatioa 
to <^rtaBd E. JadtMtt. J^wctol AMlstaat to tte &9er. 
lateMleat,. ViiglBta Aaaift^^Hto SchooU, P. 0. Bta 
«m, VIrgiaia Baa^ Vtifi^ »HSC, «■ to anyof Oie 
oUaadar caaaattce aaenibars. All tofioautloa mast be 
n^vid bf tke ^nnittoe by ItaMhqp. Daeaaritar 5, 
1977. 

m8-79 »;HOOL calendar aMUOTTEE 

E. Caritoa BovfKr 

tasibraetloa DipartaiMrt Repre^tattve 

HarHatt DarlMB 

Vlrflria BwA Eitaeatioa AuoelafiM R^raaaatatife 

MjvtttlagvMMi 
PrasMMrt, PTA Cmmll 

' &^Ami E. HtiMm, CiMlraaa 
^dal Assistaat to toe l^pertate^teBt 

SoMaaalMly 

VftigMa Beach EteMtfea Assoctattoa Rq^vMMtfve 

mitartA.IQttipBayar 

KA YnsMaat, Bayslila ^h i^M 

SCA Pn^Mi, flnt Cotoidal i^ m^m 



Safety la the nanic of toe 
aierciae wito Gymatrada- 
from backUng toe ddtdren 
iato toeir boa seilatoteaeb' 
lag ttem toe proper way to 
tUl. Young chUdran need 
strong minds and bodiea, so 
the eomUaatloa of Gym- 
atrada and Moatessorl ChU- 
dran's House eompUment 
m^ otoe^ beanUtaUy. 

At MoBtessori OiUdren's 
House, toe stodeato work 
oo boUdiflg 19 toeir concen- 
tratiOB and fdlowtog through 
ontU their work is complet- 
ed. The same holds true 
at Gymstrada since it takes 
a great deal of concentra- 
tion to work on toe balance 
%auB, tramptdioe and to do 
tnmbliag exercises. Balance 
aid co-ordination are as im- 
portant to three to five-year 
aldaas learning their pho- 
aatics. Many children cannot 
nn, bop, sUp or Jump. These 
toco-motor skills are a must 
tor a weU roimded educated 
tMld. 




Jeany Wadiak finds toe trampoltoe a fan way to work mi 
th« iMdUs of balance, coordination and rytom. 



^^^^^ 





Boyside checks 
for hypertension 



Nurse Barbara Norris diecks W. dope's Uood pressure 
at toe Ib^FSIde Hosidtal free Hjnpartensimi Sere«iag Dec. 
2. Photo bf Joan CMtes. 




Did you know the Virginia Beacii $uri 
now readies out to subscribers in the 
following cities and locations-^ 



lifi 



jji .. 



Alexandria 

Arlington 

Biacksburg 

Burke 

Cape Charles 

tih^p#aKie 

Chariioftesviile 

Emory 

Fairfax 

Falls Church 

Farmvllie 

Ferrum 

FortEustis 

Fort Monroe 

Fort Story 

Franklin 



Fredericksburg 
Goochland 
Herndon 
Lynchburg . 
Meadows of Dan 

;Affl#<teh . ./,;,; ^, 

Newport News 

Norfolk 

Phoebus 

Portsmouth 

Richmond 

lioieinoke 

Suffolk 

Winchester 

Washington D C 



and the following states 



California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maryland 

Massachuetts 

Michigan 



Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Montana 

New Mexico 

New Jersey 

New York 

North Carolina 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

South Carolinia 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Washington 

Wisconsin 




O.K. Virgiaia Beach SUN, maU me a copy every 
we^ for te ae^ year (S2 tsmM). My check for 
$7 is eMk»ed. 



NAME ' 

ADDRESS- 



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Man to: 



. „nj — . 

VIrgtoia Beach Sinr 
IM teMmart Rd., 
Vbtfato^ach, Va^ttltt 



i^Artitt«MaaMMaMi 



ell Sun, Dec. 7. 1977 



ity fashions featured at Kempsviile 




"Frosty EasntoiMr lor 
VWm-", a iir MMw fa- 
Mm sbov, iiU b« held 
to m KM^vilU High 
fieliool AwttlflHnm, Dec. 8 
it7:Mp.n. 

tke ^« will consist of 
Hmo, mvumffdn utd robot 
nwrabttrts, as wsU as tra- 
ditlottl DuUm siio* mod- 
elttg. 

Tl^tets ar« II iA advan- 
ce aM] |1.50 at the door. 
Mffm^uMf 45 i^ies 
«U he ffvM away during 
the MMinlssifM i^ one 
must present ta oNm- to 

Witt. , 

Tte cl(Mi« for de la- 
shion riam will be provM- 
ed 1^ Casual Comer, SMrs 
and Prince Formal. 



Derrick MWtiltaa e( Bryt Mawr iJM. OenfaM Ams of 
Basilica Clrele hhI Phil Price of Gedatoif Seed prqwire 
for a BifM ef lisUot BoAUai Dee. I. 





KeavsYille High School mameqplB tiodois, Steryl Tw^er. 
(rf OM Providence Bead, Lisa Rafledce, of Wii^ tone 
and Jonn WlUiaas. ef CentwviUo 'nuipike, demostrate 
Oitfr technlqHe to be used at the schod's fliddon Aov, 
Dee. 9. 



mileo ITOibn of TM^ldu Une and LaTMa SaoderUn of 
Prlneeis km itend wtD be firtlured hi the Kempsviile 
"Fros^ FMMms inr Wteto" faction dww Dec. 8. 



Virginia SiMll's own imw^nt^n^ 

Pick up a copy 
of the SUN 

Gef 9xtra coplasof the Virginia 
Baach SIM at the following list 

of newsstands located throughout 

the Virginia Beach area: 

OCEAN FRONT 

17- 1 1 ehrdneck Rd • 7-11- 32nd St. 
PEOPLES-Laskin Rd. 
FIRESIDE BCXKSTORE-Pacific Ave. 
MARI^ER MOTEL-56th St. and Atlantic 
HOLIDAY INN 
25th St. and Atlantic • -34111 and Atlantic 
TRAVEL PARK-Gen. Booth Bvd 
KOA CAMPGRCXJNDS 
HOWARD JOHhBOWS-OCEAN FRONT 
SHERATON-Ocean Front 
INGRAM'S PHARMACY 
PC6T OFRCE-25th and Atlantic 
NEWS CENTRE-Ocean Front 
BARR'S PHARMACY-Atlantic Ave. 
SHERATON-Ocean Front 
HILTON INN-Atlantic Ave. 
RAMADA INN-Atlantic Ave. 

KEMPSVIUE AREA 
KEMPSVLLF PHARMACY 
FARM FRESH-KempsvlMe 
NORTHAMPTON BLVD. AREA 

NORFOLK AIRPORTtNORTHAMPTON INK 
HaiDAYiNN • LAKE WRIGHT MOTEL 
SI«)RE DRIVE AREA 
McCORY PHARMACY 
SEASHORE STATE PARK 
BAYSIDE PHARMACY 
PEOPLES 
■Haygood Shop. Ctr. • Penr^oke Mai 

NAVY LODGE-Little Creek Base 
PLAZA kmtk 

7-11 - Bonney Rd. • 7-11 - Kings Grant 

7-11 - Holland Rd •7-11 - Lvmhaven Rd, 

7-1 1 - Lynn Shores Rd. (Thafia) 

BELO'S - South Plaza Trail 

M MARKEt-Lynnhaven Rd. (Wrt MaW 

PEOPLES-Plaza Shop. Ctr. 

MUTOP AI^A 

7-1 1 - Mi Ctem RdoHILLTdP PHARMACV 

7-1 1 - 1st Cok3rtal m (HItop) 

■HKop Shop. Ctr. 
PEOPLES- •♦ BOOK'N'CARC^ 

imsKmrnmimMmk 

GIANT OPEN An MA»<ET 

mMXH'S DRUG-Lcmdwi Brta^ Area 

7-11 -^(^Mt Neck Rd. 



Contract Mcipf 



Joel Welntraid), 3S2I Sier- 
ra Arch, Virginia Beach, 
,and adriey Presberg, of 
Norftdk, were seetitm lea- 
ders in Qw open flUra, flight 
B, In a one day regioiial at 
the 1977 Fall Nortt Ameri- 

om Qtaaaf^ouM^B at the 
American Contract Bridge 
Leagne In Atlanfai, Ga. Nov. 
18-27. 

time were U)68 play- 
ers coi^ctiBg ta this event. 



SpMfnim fvopvni iQ^pit 



fjfHig^l jkfnhH 



liter owner of the Chesapeake 
^Miiitv ArArfemv. assists the 
nessmat- 
i^rs. V werain.'ui»H»^H)gtnts 
Mildred A. Miller and Mary 
W. Pyatt iUrted apentlsg 
the large school by themsel- 
ves this week after many 
years ta business, together 
in other schools and shops. 
The school Itself was bollt 
in IMS and Is the first pri- 
vate beavty school InChes- 
apnto. 

frwwttr 

idm L KoMer, son of 
Mr. and Mn. LemttM F. 
Kmm» (d VHij^a Bendi, 
m c»-caalrman ctf ttw BMh- 
BMRd WnmAfH 0(m$m lit 
Vtrglnla ConmMMaltt Vol- 
iwftrtty. 

Vtm Riehmnd Frwstyle 
Cwipa# is tt orputottoa 
tf VCO tm^mMoteift^s- 
be»asasp<tt1. 

ItoeUer, a aofbxmtn it 
VCtJ, is majortflg tti Cm- 
mvdcatkw Arts ud Dei^ 

Swrfodt Or. 

la January, Seateck area 
rtnidents will have an op* 
piHlBi^ to nnnA fii abudc 
Eni^lA 000*80 itttMrown 
neigUwrhood. 

Tte Virginia Beach Cam- 
pos at TtdewttwOnnnnnity 
College wiOoeadnetUie Ver- 
bal ^dlM English <»urse 
at the Sei^^ Ntighbor - 
hood Center dnring the win- 
ter (ftm^yitii dtau «iii 
meet on Toesdaf andThnrs- 
day fnnn t-i:tO p.m. with 
^le firrt class being held 
cm An.?. 

This conne win pm^ 
an IdMl (vportnnity tor tiie 
stod^ds to ntnA Qi«n - 
selv» ia the basics of Eh- 
fUiA graamar and wiMlg 
A i^edal reglftratita tida 
be hdd at the 8eata«k Xtf- 
l^iiiorhood Center on Dec. 
19, iron l:S0-2:30 p.m. For 
farther informatiai call the 
Office of Continuing Educa- 
tion at ^-3070. 



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txpeo^iMiA parwts, nff^ 
808, firen^fla, pnttDOOlBiNHV 
and r«teiM sqsnd unfeors 
will have an oppwtantty to% 
receive chiliSilrth trainlag 
beginning in January at tho, 
Viifinia Beadi Cui^m ot 
Tidewater Commoid^ C(d- 
lege. 

The course. Prepared 
Childbirth Tralnii«, is part 
of the l^ijKtmm Program 
and wHI be tau^b^ certi- 
fied in rtm ctor s proofed bjr 
tte Prepared ChOAIrthAs- 
soehititM of Tldemter. Sta- 



dhMs ditfriis eertUlcaU( 
in lids fliM can ttale 
necessary arrtngemnrts 
during Qi^ course. 

Expeetaid pnroita oa ex- 
pect to te b^er prqmr^ 
for Ite ddkBdrth. vxper - 
leMe whi^ dtm results In 
henltU«r haUes, 9«odi» 
recovery and, in general, a 
more posttife birt;h expert 
ien<». Fwnioreinfonnatictt ! 



call tte omet irf C^»tinnin| 
EdieatiM at 428-e3»S or 



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QpencnIRAAooounf oikI 
SqvefortlieFIJtur& 

1. hiioiQN^wtioiodiOfkwncftocoounf. 

2. 4igwyso<onirte(^o(t»fo1J^afyour«QiriedlrKomenott9ei^«dHSOO.W 

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3. VbodihuAxiW'ondwifewofKtfieycon^4kis«pdRmocciou^ 

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Mo<toiQ-3TX 

fully equipped Portablo 

nuKM tor L P- Qo* 

Specially Priced 
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ifyoulHynowl 



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for eitfwr natural or L. 9. Gas. 



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Located it 4Ul H*rBiti|i Point, fiie Salkowskl honw was 
tnraod into t kolUbqr vwderbuMl in colabrattoa of Oe 
TlMHro«|jhfood Gardra Cltdt's nintti aamal Holiday Houo. 



Oiaur.2 ftdkovaki mlsomts «U to his bonto tor somt 





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Hie iiome of CottmaBder 
a«d Mrs. W.F. Salkoviki 
was toned into a holiday 
woaderlaod last week-«idas 
the ThoroaghKood Garden 
Club honored thiriralBih an- 
mal Holiday House. 

Snewflakes, Qolstmas 
trt« and other holiday de- 
ewritloqs soriroiMded the 
crowd ^people as iley toor- 
•4 the jfiestal'^fd boofe 

. imam itm ttrpNin did> 

gftfc ea«|i {iMMvi«ial itm- 

plete and InfornMtlVe tear. 

A bake sh<v, ahifttr tnd 

a nSh» were fotiig ODln the 

. fai^ of tte Hermitage 
Point home. 



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XJla iicnrrls, <d Atanore Lane and Elinor McLean, a EweU 
fioad aake all the deeontlMis tor the SalkowsU Hdlday 
Boose. 




Vatila RarrlsoB of Hermltiace Roid piards tte Sweet Shop. 





Fa^tfe and Bti> Bryant of East CM»ter Street take a chance 
M Sm tl^tra^^^ Garden CUbralDe at Ow nWh tmmi 



BoBse. Betty Steere (d Westerfield Road 



Marda HarrlsM of Portsmouih shffws visitors the "flin^ 
tastic" ilqday in a foest l>edroom_of the SalkowsU home 
last weAend. 



Musie and! ft9#i for Oiri^mm 



Water proposals given top priority 



Princess Anne High 
Schools Concert Band and 
Orchestra will present its 
annual Christmas Program 
on Thursday night Dec. 8, 
it 8:00 p.m. in the sbcool 
anditorinm. The cost is 
stodenU $1.00, adults $2.00, 
tad frmily 9400. 

Again this year as in the 
past their program will fea- 
ture Lite Lively and his ver- 
sionof TwutheNlgMBe- 
fore Christmas," a special 
BO one will want to miss. 

Wbi!p attending the 
Christmas pfOftram. folks 



n^ ^ut to stop bf oM 
i^Eft^fnd 8«e wtet the Car- 
alten hn^ to offer In ttie 
ftMffa o! CtoMns ire». 

Ea<* jwnr ihe Ifitf^Ug 
Cantters mU Xnas treM 
to oO^ mta m^mm^tMa 
frl^ tey taiTC BWte Vmn- 
m ^ yrtr. 

tiM tnM tUs ptLT u« 
a nHety of sl^ and styles 
and ttl p^M nngt from 
|l,O0to9K.M. 

C^^MS trees wlU be 
M M^e frQtanoaattUttp.m. 
stvii Ays 1 ^^ ft^ Mw 
^^ittttas. 



Wattf , or ttie l$A U it, wUch Itts ttomtoated so much 
of Vlifi^ ^eh C^ CottdU's time tor the past two 
years, has Mm glvMi top ^to4^ i» tto c^'sUstof 
togii^yNe ^ofosals tor tte Vii^inta General AssMnUy. 

Tha i»o^»ls, a ttrtatiTe list of ^^, ^HHentod by 
City Haii«er Gmawt L. Ha^iry, wlU be eonsMered at a 
^tit MMiOB ol eoneU and. the city's r^resenlativM to 
the inniiriil Hijnjilj it 10 «.«. Ote. 12. Ma^r lire re- 
runs - r«i>eaii of pivoials d in^viotts years whick w«re 
Mver «acted i9 tte Q^enl Assembly. 

The city may alto ood^iIR' asking the state to determine 
tte use <tf Caapf rWMllntnn Vitt Uayor Patrick L. Staw- 
ii« noted mt m teuton M^ttir^pt, at tte^Mtth end 
^ m VirglMa MiM btti}^^, in "to MMtc^c aaB te b^ng 
■sed l7 tbe st«te tes iM tos." He ^^sted a (»mmlttee 
tf tte gneral assMiMy be arted to d^rmihe ^ use of 

MayoF X&men A. Hdtend said that he btf alraMly 



discussed the sitaation with delegate Owen Pickett and Oat 
PMett may tave something to suK«st. Tire comcU, 
iMa has been loMa$ fbr more public beach fhot, had 
tried to have the state coovert part of Seashore State 
Part into a (by beach, but was turned domi. 

Wlto its water ^tjposH, the city wants legislators to 
change Vke law to permit tbet the transfer dE water from 
oat «nt«- basin to aacAher to furnish inter for TMewater 
eonaunittos. Banbury nld that at present a transfer finm 
one water basin to aaotlier requires tte approval of all 
loi^tties liTOtved to the transfer. Ortslde localities with 
«d«|Mt« vt^R^ ttmrar, are relnetaiA to agree to a trans- 
fer, he oM, Any permit swrce of nter tor sonUisUe 
Hampton Itaate will rnqitfre ^ch a transfer itf iMte- so 
that it is ^eMstry to* ^ state to make a tran^r pos- 
sifaln in ^^ eun, he naid. 

nMbtuf JMi M^rtfeil he beUr^ that &» Btackmter 
River is tti nvct «WA «mM solve Uw d^'s mter 



problon and ^em the least demand <m tte river as ^ 
goes throttf^ North Carolina. Hie North CaroliM govern- 
ment has boM opposed to the dlirars ton of any of UMi mten 
in noA ^to to MTve Virginia localiUes. Raidb»7 s^ 
the river fi iMst is witMn tte Soutteastem Ylrgink &m- 
muniti^. vmn ottM* sources which have be«i suggwM 
such as tte AppOMtoi Mter uA U]» GasUn. 

Mayor Cterenoe A. Boltand said that tte le^la^ 
worid wghtf^y noHwe s^port ffom r^r«Mtetimw &# 
NMltoit >lrgiriL beoMMf tt»ir mter basin is Umm 
oirt^tettelr iTM. 

Tte S0H^M«u« Mttto Service Authwity rt Virgitfft 
wttd rep^ate f^^Mn Ma^ ud f^ ottw dttes 
and two cowtteB, is eurtMy ^m to dwelop regloMl 
wator sonrcM tor tte ai« «MA tes a p^wk^on^ 
Me,OMpeQ^. 

Virgtato Baa^ !•« MVl^ed a Arm to MnQr jMilM 
witer sonren wttHn tte ti^. 



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Maa^kik^^i^Mtti 



for charity 




and baked goods to be ^..., 
tioned within tbe club with 
profits going to th« Virgin- 
U Bflteb Rescue Squad. 
Dolly "Ines Coates" Par- 



.u, ms tM gwstauetioa- 
eer sad gnced tte enmd 
with ter fmWra <rf "Jo- 
leae" Md "Yosr Chutii^ 
Heart- 



It was holiday fqn |||d 
feltovship for the entlrf^rt) 
wto ^^red at the Savtegs 
aM iMm Building, OA 1^- 
TidMce Itoa4. 




MwBbers of the BoniMtead Wdaeo's Clib gathered for a 

Chriitaas aoctloB In or4cr to help dooate money to tkt 
Vfrglata Beach RescM S^iad- 



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by JOAN COATES 



Jiarr SM^dil* 4tt«lq« iroasvros she von at tt« Hnne- 
.^ImA Wmm't CM aMtlw. 





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.mctlooeer Coates-PartM has Itelast 



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Kf .A. PtMMnt Aek 
feftitaiMMtothe 
MHtars cf dty 
csMKit, C^ JliMgnr Geo- 
rge L. OidNry, meaSuen 



of tte MAmifeouil, sapMte- 
laidart U adioite Jkr. X.E. ^^ 
teMsO, rejireoiMilintBe of 2^*^ 
tte id«nA« depsHiMrt and " 
tte Tld^nter Mktera As- 



iNIk ffi^Ma of tf IM sofis. 



Gtrry Flaaafai, protMHltirf tt 
MitfKts tte Oeeeiiri^ iHluiag 



tin flMMSlmL W(MM|fS CM 



Cif itens request traffic li^s 



Mm PMle iflito Writer 



thfr e^ Of Virgtaia BomA vtti have 
ttb Mek m \Mcre aid wha traflte UgMs shorid be ia- 
stltM. .. 

h»Um^ to He. d^ .ipimr GUM Dodd toM 
lit Mnirtif iimifcift iliit'tto dty has an 
*. gtU- for trafOf la^ronmMU and that PriMic Woils 
MmilortOMltlJafceK viU hare 

IH- i^liiliiigiOHnii Wt M4e foDmrinc a 

« tMflW Hpt at lie £MaMMttoi of First ColOMtalMMI 

and yUkftm Oriv*. Apvmi>utely 30 rMiderts of tte 

aiw afVMfid ^ Mkadty's eoawfl seufoa araei «Mi 

petttieM'eoiUIMiV 17* Mms of n i M p i l of LMliM, 

aifara Eatitts, UifelMra Poiat, ColiWlnl Anas .l^art- 

mt. /^k«kt». -nfWwhOMifi and Tlowaad CMn ^wt- 

had poUee reports of seren a crtdnt s 

. at ot MAT the littrwettoft slKt JM. 1, 

re's !Ad eonlts of 



Edwia B. Uadslef it. s^ flwt a irtndy Intneeded 
to daiin^w the Mrt for a Hgkt at tteUaklMn ioter- 
seetiai.. "A l%tt is «»4ed aov." 

I^dri^ s^ ftet last veik tte elty m^ned over 
m itfttMl for ttir Arts ttd Coafemet e0m, «heo 
oriy |MM» vwdd be enooi^ to iMtaU m traplc ligUs 
in the el|r to cover dt B«eili. "We qwrt w swh more 
■oaey oi Mlfi iMdi u* not m tt^Mtei^'^ he saU. 
le said l» vmn s«itosl tho ^mim «r park»aad rec- 
ro^flft hot tt^ siMy .«u aoM tapor^. 

Ooaa PuiWBj, prrslrtrnt of flie First Colooial Civ- 
le LoNPtf MA ttd iMMvy traHlc procoadlng both imlh 
wd sMtt 09 MiM Cokatal «o«l is eontiMlPia aUAy 
lo^. hot ir OspeAUy heavy daring the moninc rwh 
howi Md Inm % p.n. Mmuft 8 p.n. CwnprnintUng 
tte pnUMi sni tatte ftM ttne pri^e sohools ttd 
two i^trale Stools and G^i»«l Iki^Ual of Virg^a 



• T:»Ukrk«4 Uhu "we sit 

icn to grovs aak* sia- 

H« said the piM whs the fowth ta re - 

\ whi! nobody qnattoos tte moA which 

■iMt I ia,ooo to ncoflo tMh. 

ty showi^iilito toMwy H« 



Mn. immi^ i. ftirrtM wg ^ ^ tet tfev traffic «»- 
trsi M^ PW^Mi ^ Uw lntoiBW^ftMi b« syMhroniml 
^m Mm iMliaH MN mCW ^ ^ FlrM CotoiM 
load^ Ml WtUmtn Hoi^ U^Kt jiMXB jMMnt «■#' 

^ Ml lA^p^toe, Mrs. ternm MniwM tut tm 
1^ A MAmoi iM tinkiMmm fee ^MM td^ 







Council actions 



Retired officer wi¥e$ 
hold Chrisfmoi donee 



By LEE CAHtLL 

SOX PiMle AflUr Writer 

In other actloos, coon - 
cil: 

Deferred for 30 days the 
prdinaaee pertainiig to aide 
yard stthack to allow for 
further atndy and con<idBra- 
ttoo. 

Approved a resolution In- 
dicatiai the eoaicil is lafoU 
amort of theVirciaiaBoaeh 
Crlae PreveatloB Steering 
CoBBlttce in its efforts to 
coonUaate epaffl«4ty-bas- 
ed crine ptwenUoa pro- 
grams. Last May council 
approved the acceptance of 
a grant award of 9M,3I3 by 
m nMAM (rf Ji^Km Hid 



OciBM PrmtsUJuoa for tin 
tfreeOia, amttt^lng ud 
implemeatatioa <rf the dty's 
coBpreheasive Javadle Oe- 
Unqneney PreveutloB and 
Coatnd Five Year Plu. 

Approved the low M (^ 
Cartef'-BeU Corpor^ka for 
Princess AawRoadudAd- 
ly Road sanitary seimi^ 
faculties for |U)7,»«. The 
engineer's estimate vns 
$96.4M. 

Adopted a nmU&m 
thaikiig the eltlMW ^ Vir- 
giala Beach tor thalrttop^ 
eration daring the re^d 
drought la redoeiiv ^nSiw 
coBsamptioD by 10 pM* a^, 
leadii« the other <AM of 



Ite Retired Otters 
Wivee A$soam» of Tide- 
mte-vwoi hold tti aanal 
Ctaii^Ms Ottaaer Sn^ at 
toe <M CavaUer Botd, Vir- 
gta*k Bead^ on Dee. 10 at 
6:10 P.B. 

tatai^nivithttiCWs 
trailffaii^ thebnptoaRoals 
Chapter of tfa BeHrad Of- 



ficers Associatioo are in- 
ftted to jdB In the fesU- 
i4tt^. then wUl be danc- 
ing in the ^i^er Room to 
nwid^tte'liailefaiieh''^ , 
a^»Yttis to ptm^^Mr-' ' 
mm htmfW^AtiU. 

For reservatkiM, ^L 
Aqrce Sinaoas, 340-6117,^ 

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^firee iMt fcilN^s^ plimied 



U^arY$it9 of TCC c< 



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A tree workshop tiUed 
"Eierdse and Aging; Im- 
proving Health aad Self -Con- 
cept for People Over 60" 
fU be held from t:30 a.m. 

4 am liaMiBy,Oee.U, 
nia Beach Rec- 
tvy^uv.' ■- »ater in Keape< 
riUe. 

The worfcAop is being 



CommuBity Health PrM« - 
sions aad Health and nfd- 
cal Education, aad tlM rec- 
reation center. t 

AlthoiCh there to ao 
ehaife for the worfcsh^to- 
terested persons mart ng 
Ister by Thursday, Dee. I 

Instnietars (or the wat- 
shop iaclode Ihealty 
brrs At ODt! AMI RAntnton 



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iWeKVANDYKESHOW 
6:30 •(li9»«W8 

9 Md\nE 'P«IN (rf (Sory' 19Sr Kirk Oouglas. Ralph Maekw. 
SifiMMMr, 1916: Qanaral of^rt TOtst Infantry Regimant to taka 
n2P«gnal)la datsfttVposiikm haU by Garmara. (1 hr. 30 min.) 

7^00 •OWMWTS 

• dRKNCVIOCER 

• MA<»IEIt-lS««R REPORT 

• aaMERi»yLE 

7^ SACOMlGCHRISIIMaArwMtad^afyafihraaalentMinga 

M|» oeme to Evih te Osojvar tha maaning o( Chriatinaa. 
7:30 •$IO(M»OMMyli^UiTTW« 

• MffiffrS 8H(Wf Quart: nch UMa. • 

p1Nd( (lA\«rT»«M^^liMta: Qwan V«don arx) ifiia Anwican 

ficaMacMrta: Peril 
HcySAN'S HS^3E8 
nMmrGms ^Hfrnrwa sPEdM. wnan s«l» qmIm 

ipnim m afUM wMa (Mverino pretanto to Sadrock, ha tfvvtFrad 
a apaeW powar MNch anMHat Mm Ip iMva tha siaH]^ and dalvar 
(.ttwrajiMMng gMs Iwsund ttw world. 

• 1WA8 THE MQKT ee'ORE CHRISTMAS Paul Lyrtda'a guMta 
tor this spadal ve Anna Maara, MarVn Ray, Alca QhoMay. Foaior 
Brooks, Howard Morris, QeorgaQobal. Anaon WItams. 

I TALKBACK 

lANDYQfMFFimSHOW 
•rSO • KYSZNVK Baaabal {jreat Raggie Jaokaon, at twmm, oomas 
to tha commwlty canter searcMng lor the homa-nm bal whk:h ha 
hit in iha World Sarias. 

• OOmS DAY SHOW 

0:00 • THE (»8 W^ONESOAY MQHT MOVES Uptowii Saturday 
ilMgMVSidnay Pottier, Bl Cosby. Steve Jadtaon. who is hoking a 
'150,000 tottery tidtei, and Wardal Frankin, who has been having 

a kjoky ^aak at craps, are hakj up by garigalar Slty Sim. Whan 

ttwy tj to re60var ttw RMlMy. Ibay are cauOM m tha mkMa«f a 

wigtond feud. (2 hrs.) 

;• MAC DAVIS...I BELIEVE M CHRISTMAS Ouetts: OavM Soul. 
-SNakNtand Yamal, Engel>art Humperdnck in a hoMay trip through 

(Mkfiood memoriaa. 

: • OlAro.E'S ANQ».8'Tha /^igals are hirad to protect S^nmy 
.Oavis, Jr. after ha la tvaataned. 

:>• GREAT PERF0MMMCC8 Abid^ wittt Ma' (Mrthlaah.Neatim to 
^featured in Jufan Mitchel's dramalizaSon of Iha coniplax relattonship 
|ibatwaehi-a Mid, tonaiy diM«oar and Ihayoung girl hired as her 
fhouMkeeper. Flmed in the prigiKal Qkwcastershire setting, the 



am 

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^drama is sMJn 1%8 in Qr«|and's CotswoM HM. 

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TOO CLUB 
8:3O^:;0 WOOEHOUSE PLA^^IOWE "Mr. Po«er Takes a Rest Oure^ An 
/Amaiican puMeher gets more than he bargained^for when tw visits 
j;an unpubtahed BrWah authoress and her scheming lami^, whk:h 
f'inciudeji a flighty il^uffitm who doesn't want to marry tha man her 
•'motier has selecteid for her. 

10:00^« BETTE MI0LBt~OL' RED HAIR IS BACK 'The Divine Miss M' 
i-'Guests: OusMn Hoffman, circus ctown Erranett Kely and The 
^tHarlettas, Batte's singing backup group. 
/• BAffiTTA Tony Barstta, trying to solve a munJar and recover 
{ a priceless necklace betonginB to an oi sheik, is teamed with a FBI 
' aoanl who is not what ha appears to be. 

10:30 • BOOK BEAT 'The Stone Bui' by Phyis A. Whitney. 

• HEtKJCK 
11:00 •••NEWS 

iVM 8THECBSLATEMOVE'Haw^Fiv»-0:TheListener'Aparanoic 
threatens a psychialrat and af of his pafients. 'Kojak: A House of 
Prayer' A Las Vegas polcnnan coivs a 'retired' counterfeiter, but 
before the criminal can be relumed to New York he's kBed. (R) 

• THE TOMKIHT SHOW Guest host: David Brenner. Queats: John 
Davidson, Dr. Mtohaal Fox (expert on animala). 

, •«TAR«(Y AND HUTCH, MYSTERY OF THE WEEK STARSKY 
{ AND HUrCM-'THa &rit' Staqlty «nd Hutch poae as dealers to nal 
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• PffiOQRAM UNANNOUM^D 

• OIOK VAM DYKE SHOW 

• CBS NEWS 

• MR NEM» 

•MOVIE 'A Hard Day's NH)h|' 19^ The Beatles, WllredBrambeN. 
Four Liverpool boys, rock 'n^.,^rol\ singers, go to London for an 
ano»QSmer4 wHh the grandfalhr oly one of ttw boys atong as an 
uninvNed co-traveler. (1 hr. 30 min.h^ 

• OVB« EASY Guests; Mr. and Mrs>Reter Marshal. 

• lLO\«LUCY 

• CROSS WITS 

• QREENQROCER 

• MACNEIL-LEHRER REPORT 

• OOMERPYLE 

• A0AM12 

SPfMCE IS RK3HT 
FAMILY FBX) 

• DICK CAVEH SHOW Guest: Wlwd Qayln. 

• HOQAN'SfCROES 

• THE WALT0N8 Olivia mysMfos the entire Walton iamily whan 
tf«e suddenly sinks into depresston and becomes mirameiy 
short-tempered. And when she abnjpflydecidea to lake a trip, alone, 
her kyiMd ones start baKeviDg there a som^hing drasticalh' 
wrono 

• WAYNE NEWTON AT KA WORLD Quests: Ruth Buzzi. Crystal 
Qayia, Doc Severinson, Dave Barry. 

•wa.a)M6 BACK. KOTTERE(»tein'spainfing of anude woman 
rtirs t<> ths Buchanan High campi». and oeates iunnol when 
aiMrers dtocovar the painting resembles Juie. 

• ONCE UPON A CLASSIC 'The Legend of Robin Hood' Episode 
Tea Queen Etofnor and Sir Kenneth imptore Robin's he»». ftotjin w>d 

»m«i aMKk NoHinglnm C^irtle. enraging Sir Quy to adton. 
ANDY QWFFITH SHOW 

• WHAT'S HAPPEMMSMI fH Owayne and Renin become frwitk: 
when they change Iheir mlnda aboi* giving Mrs. Coin* an empty 

.'.Mckage for Mr 2Sih annivacaary as a teacher. 

• KSr OF ERME K0VAC8 The comedton's last broadcast, 
'^' origin^ aired in January 1962 tfMmy Mir Ma derth, is a potpourri 
'v|wt iMtwes two miMcal wsualzafora, a report on 'the arte' and 

' OJ Iha Nairobi Trio. 

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iheir aitenipl to>rte(A M righte«l a RiwMan daWMor. (R) 

• KBfm FAMM» 'New Y«ars Bm, iSmmm Mtartys, 
Lalhrapfc wd Ww el ars took ii^ on tiair Ivw and unraatvd 
draama and coafrom Ita wproa^ftig new ceiAiry wM) apeeuMriton 
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Iws been ttie Hsisman Tropl^. For the firM#i|( ttw anncuncemani 
(^ ttia winner w8 saiva as the occwion tor sit enlsrMnmarrt and 
awards special: QueslK Leslie Ugoams. G(|mla Stmwis. 

• BACHMAN lURNB) 0>flEfK>mVE Pr ' 
m eor»art and badcMage. 

• moo ro^X Quests: Penny Marshal. Itoger MMr, twelve 
ranlhoiiae pels. > v 
•FORSYTE SAOA The Chalanga' Soamaftm(M(e8 a vam appari 
to tana tot a son. Whan sha refuses, ha has her lolowad to gain 
evUanee tor adlvoree - just at a lim»whan kenemd Joare beoomina 
doaaly attached. 



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THE CBS LATE MOVIE 'Coksnbo: Any CM Port in a Stonn' 
DonakJ Pta«sen(» gufrt stars as Adrian Carshi, the haH-ownsr of 
a iii*iary with his bioihsr IVc. When F^ announces his plana to sal 
hisiwrt of ttie business to finance his latest marriage, Adriw kla 
him. (R) 

• THE TONKHT WOW Quest host: Gabriel Kaplan. 

• POLICE STORY, THURSDAY MQHT SPECIAL POLICE 
STORY-'Cour^ Boy' A recnat Irom a niral community attempts to 
pass ttw pQlce Acadsmy coune to become « cop. THURSDAY 
NKKT SPEOAL-'Alan King's Pleasure^ of Rome' Quesia: Jamaa 
Coco. Ursula Andreas. VimaLisi. Etea Martihai, Qcre ^dal. Rossano 
BrdziS. (R)- 

• MOVIE 'American Empire' 1942 Preston Foster, Richard DIx. 
Partoera buHding caWe empire in Taxiss have trouble between 
ihemeelves wtth Mexican nislters. 

• TOMORROW Host: Tom Snyder. Quest: Tom Jackson, known 
for his expert adtrice on finding emptoymerrt. 



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• •NEWS 

• ABC NEWS 

• SUNMBE SEMESTER 

S DICK VAN DYKE SHOW 
CBS NEWS 

• NBC NEWS 

• MOVIE 'The Mystery of Thug Island' 1966 Guy Madison, Peter 
Van Eyck. 15 years after kklnapping of British Army captain's 
3-year-okl daughter, he in command of an expedHkxi to extemiinate 
tha Thuggee trtM. (1 hr. 30 min.) 

• OVER EASY Quest: Hanray Kornian. 

• I LOVE LUCY 

S CROSS WITS 
QREBI GROCER 

• MACNBL-LEHRER REPORT 

• QOMERPYLE 

• ADAM 12 

• TACKLE BOX 

• SHA NA NA 

• aCK CAVETT SHOW Guest: Coleen DeyvhurSt. 

• HOQAN'S HEROES . 

• THE NEW AOVBITUf^S OF WONDER WOMAN An(toslries^ 
to persuade ttw Interplanetary Cound to grant him an extenston of 
the brief time they have given him to come to Earth and deal wHh 
the Skril. (CONCLUSION.} 
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tale whtoh tela of the year Sadi^laus woke 
that instaad of cimbing into'hto tfeigh and delivering gifts to people 
who dUnl beleve in him anyway , he wdukf just stay in bed and cateh 
up on hte sieep.,<R) 

• WA8HM<3TdN WEEK M REVIEW 

• ANDY QRIFFITH SHOW 

• CHKX) A»N) THE MAN 

• WALL STREET WEEK Hmt: Louis Rukeyser. 'Cotvting 
Converttoto Bonds' Quest: Bancroft Q. Oavto. chaimnan of the Board. 
Bmcroft Converti)to Fund, Inc. 

• DORIS DAY SHOW 

• THE CBS FRIDAY NtGHT MOVE While Lightning' 1973 Burt 
Reynohjs, Ned Be«My. The <tama revolves around an ex-oon who 
makes a deal wHh Federal authorities to break up a moonshining 
ring In exdwnge for his freedom. (R) 

• THE ROCKFORD FILES 'Forced Retirement' Rockford 
masquerades as a rich OkMwman and risks his life to check otA 
a company's daim ttiat it devetoped a new off-shore ol recovery 
devtee. 

• THE CARPENTERS AT CHRISTMAS Guests: Harvey Kornian, 
Burr TBstrom, Kukia and O^e. Kristy McNk:hol. 

• 700 OLUB 

•OIXNCY 'The Deadly Connectkxi' Ouincy and Sam race against 

time to nolate a mysterious epkJemk: before an ekjeriy victim 

aucxumbs 

•JOHN DAVIDSON CHRISTMAS SI^CIAL Quests: Tim Conway, 

B^ White \ 

• thebble' 

• ••NEWS 

• BLACK PERSPECTIVE ON THE NEWS 

• RALPH WU(ERSON AT MELODYLMO 

• THE CBS LAtE MOVIE 'M. A.S.H. : Gemri Warfare' Hawkeye and 
Trapper John play Count Dracula and steal a pint of btood from the 
sleepUg Maj. Bums. 'You Can't Win 'Em' Al' 1970 Tony Curtis. 
Chsries Bronson. Two Ainarican sokSerf of fortune attempt to match 
ttMir wRa and skis against the Annies of two nattons. (R) 

• THE TOMQHT SH(MV Guest host: Qabriel Kaplan. Quests: Anne 
Murray, Mhe F>reminger, Alex Kanas. 

• SPORTSWEEK 

• yKXVm -Wl a Fortune' 

• THE lynNMHT SPECIAL Host: Wolfman Jack. Quests: Paul 
McCartney aid Wings, DaM Bowie. England Dan and John Ford 
Coley. The Jacksons. Ubby TiM, Brenda Lee, BH Withers. Riod 
Martin, Air Supply ar«l Fuakm. 



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• batman I 

• COMB)YTIME 

• PEmOCMT JUNCnON 

■ JETSOmi 

• KiDswomo 

• IHWK PINK PANTHER 
O HOT FUDOE 

• HUOtAND YOQI 

• SKATEBimS 

• C.B. KARS 

■ SUPER FmENOS 

• antiques 

• popeye amd buqs bunny 

• in the news 

• consumer survival kit 

SSCHOOLHOinE ROCK 
^WTHENEWS 

• JUNIOR HALL OF FAME 

■ njQS BUNNY AND ROAD RtMNER 

• SPMX SfiffMaS 

• SCOOBrS y^A-LYMPICS 

• JONNY QUEST 

• CROCKEtrS VKTTORY GARDEN 

• MTHENEWS 

• jumor hmx of fame ' 

• superwitch 

• brady kcs 

• FRENCH CHfi: 

• BANQ SHMIQ LALAPALOOZA 

• SUKRhMI 

• MASTERPIECE THEATRE 

• IN THE NEWS 

• BATMAN-TARZAN 

• ADVENTURES OF MUHAMMAD ALI 

• TARZAN 

• SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK 

SIN THE NEWS 
THUNDER 

• KROFFTS SUPER8H6w '77 

• forsyte saga 

• mthenews 

• jumor hau of fame 

s space academy 
search and rescue: the alpha team 

• loneranqer 

• SCHOOLHIXJSE ROCK 

• MTHENEWS 

AFTERNOON 

• SECRETS OF ISIS 

• BAGGY PANTS AND THE NITWIT8 

• ABC SHORT STORY SPECIAL The Nunundaga' Part I. An 
Indian youth faces an enormous chalenge when the tribe, on the 
verge of starvatkxi, has its Sacred Bow stolen by their enemy^ 

• CAMERA 3 

•MOVIE The Bandit of Sherwood Forest' 1966 Cornel Witoe, Anita 
Louise. Robin Hood's son rescues the boy King of England withthe 
aM of his father's Merry Men. (2 hrs.) 

• MTHENEWS 

• fat ALBERT 

• aFFWOOD AVENUE KIDS 

• AMERK:AN bandstand Host: Dick Clartt. 

• OFFTHE AIR 
^B IN THE I^WS 

• FAMOUS CLASSrc TALES Christmas Carol' Narrator: Ken 
Sampson. The ghostly transfomiatkxi of- Ebenezer Scrooge into a 
Christmas spirited plianthropist is accomplshed with the help of 
such famous Dtokensian characters as Bob Cratchit, Tny Tim and 
the spirits of Christmas past, present and future. (R) 

• NATK>NAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE GAME Cincinnati Bengals vs. 
Pittsburgh Steeters 

SNCAA FOOTBALL Pioneer Bowtfrom Wtehita Ftfs. T««s. 
PftOORMaMiW »|j|HWMn>MCED 
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• HOUDAY M MEL0I^^JM4D 

mC. It, 1977 8:30 • FROSTY THE SNOWMAN Jimmy Durante rarrates the table 
aboitf the tivnous ^now flgares who come to life to the deIgM d 

m the (MUren, inducing a ttttte girl named Karen and one of her 

miscNevous sdiooMtates. 

•OPERATKMPETTICOATaausfrophobiahitsthenursesabowd 
the Sea T^er, and ttiey jump at the chance to fly to Port 
MoTMly. 

• REX HiNMBARD 
MO • THE J^FERSONS When George stubbornly refuses to hire 

badly needed help tor his store, Louise and Ftorence join torces to 
mrice him change Ns mmd 

• NBC SATURDAY MGHT AT THE MOVIES -WO. Fietos and Me' 
1976 Rod Mger, Valerie Perrine. A period in the Me d the 
i(4emperate master of comedy, with emphasis on his affair with 
Cariotta Monti, the showgiri v*io became his nN^ess and. later, 
wrote the book on whk:h ttie Mm is based. (2 tvs. 15 min) 

• STARSKY AND HUTCH Manchiki on the Streets' Starsky and 
Hutch tace the dfficult task of helping a youth overcome deep 
bitterness when his innocent father dies in a poKce shootout. 

8 SOCCER MADE M GERMANY 
THE TONY RMIDAU SHOW Bobbie is living proof that a judge's 
daughter is not exen^ from the law when Waltw sends her to jail 
for contempt of court. 

S THE LESSON 
KOJAK Suspended from the force, Kojak retraces his st«)e to 
discover he shot the wrong man eight years betore. 
^oncluston) 

• THE LOVE BOAT 'One More Time' starring Nanette F^sy, Cton 
Adams; 'Isaac's Double Standard' starring Peari Baley: 'Chimpazee- 
shinea' starring Fred Gandy. 

•PBSI«}VIETHEA'mE 'Forbidden Games' 1952BrigitteFossey. 
Georges Pourouly. A little giri is taken in by a poor country famly 
after her parents arekiled in an air raki in World War I France. (1 
hr. 30min.) 

• ORAL ROBERTS 

• GEORGE AND DIANE IVEY SHOW 

• NEWS 

• ABC NEWS 

• RIFLENIAN 

• • I^EWS 

• MOVIE 'The Blue Knight' 1973 WiKiam Hoklen, Lee Remick. Daily 
routine life of a Los Angeles policeman as he debates marriage to , 
a beautifid worran or remaining on the force. 
MOVE 'Some Like it Hot' 1959 Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon. Two 
unMRptoyed musicians, witnesses to Chk^go murder, ctsguised as 

^^^ jg^ join ay-girl band headed for Miami to escape gangster's 
retalatton. (1 hr. 30 mia) 

• JOURNEY TO ADVENTURE 
1 1 :46 • NBC'S SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE Host: Mary Kay Place. Questo: 

Andy Kaufman. Willie Nelson. 
1:16 • MOVE 'Temy Is a Man' 1959 Rtehard Den^, Francis Lederer. 

(Ihr, 50min.) - 
1:30 • ROCK CONCERT (TIME TENTATIVE) 
3:56 ■ MOVE 'Catrhan of Paris' 1946 Cart Esmond, Adele Maro. 






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League broadcast with news and features on the NFL and other 
worts news of the day. 

• HK3H OMPARRAL 

• THE NFL TOOAY Washington Redskins vs. St. Louis 
Cardinato > 

• black FORUM 

• big VALLEY 

Ssoulihain 
program unannounced 

• ABC'S WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS U.S.A.-U.S.S.R. Heavy- 
Weighl Boxihg ChamptonsMps from Las Vegas. 

• BEST OF FAMILES 'New Years Eve. 1899' The Raffertys. 
Lathropa and Wheelers took back on their lives and unreaMzsd 
dreams and confront the approaching new century with specutation 
and renewed hope. 

• BONAISA 

• NEW lACKEY MOUSE O-UB 

EVENMQ 

• NEWS 

• AGE OF imCERTAINTY Demoaacy, Leader^iip and 
Commitment' 

• MOVE 'Les Miserables' 1952 Mtohael Rennie, Robert Newton. 
Mkior thief tries to bury past and become respectable town mayor 
but p<4ce Inspector won't let him. (2 hr$.) 

^ THE NFL TODAY A post-game program presenting Kores, 
l^ihighto and sports news. 

• CBS NEWS ' 

• WRESTLING 

• FOCUS 

• HEE HAW Quests: Ftoyd Cramer, K)nny Rogers, Thompson 
Brothers. 

• LAWRENCE WELK SHOW 

• NOVA 'The Race for the Double Hefix' Authw Isaac Asimov 
narrates the story behind the discovery of the stnjcture of DMA. 
James Watson and ex-cdeague Frande Crick exchange memories 
of the race for the structure of the gene. 

• MS»E M)EA 10 

• MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW 

• GENTLE GIANTS OF THE PACIFK! Rk:hard Wkknartt narrates 
this Sunnvat Angiia Ltd. special on the endangered humpback 
whales. SAL dnematographer Al Qkldings filmed the story of the 
'singing whates,' 80<aled because of the resonant Munds they emit 
•a twy communtoate, off the coast of Hawaii and al Gtader Bay 
kiAlaaka. 

• FISH Owley Hanteon resigns when he puts his foot down only 
to have Fish stomp on K. 

• MKROBES AND MEN 'Certain Death' Despito his successful 
IwMnMnl ol a boy bitten by a rabkl dog, Louis Pasteur sti faces 
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•«W«TBinECE 1MEATRE % OMXiua' ^tMode Fwe. Poison is 
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R»lunus's banialinieHl «)• ba ned and liis succaaaion to •» ivone 
unquestionaUe irtess LMa cin concoct one final adwina. 
1:30 moooDtmHs 

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• M PET^XaMNCE AT WOLF TRAP Benny Goodman' Tlw 
"King of &Mng' peftomis wHh boti Ilia s»dtt and big band SatadianB 
indude long Porter Stomp.' "Sna Sng. Sing' and the oitgbMl 
Gerstiwin versien of 'fViatNfldy in Bte' with conductor Morton Gould 
and pianisf Patricia Pratta^laminga. 

• tM3«J> OF raMTE(^5T 

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• k/^hear 

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• A PORTRAfT OF JAME Arfal Jamie Wyelti comes from a 
famous tamly <ri American' arfste but Ms atedy proRas las own 
unique works and He^yles. The painter tamed tor Ma portrails of 
aramals and US. Presidenb teis Vw rtpries tiebind Ms wortcs. 

• HAPPY HUNTEI^ 

• ERNEST ANd^Y lARACLE CmiSAaE 

• THE NFL TODAY Mtanesota Vitinga vs. OalMid Raidsn 

• arches 
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• heuves 

• AMERICAN AMGE AWARI»i Hosts: Mete Moore. Van 

Johnson, Amta Morris. Guests include: James Caan, Charlion 
He^on, James Stewart. Gregory Peck. 

• msearchof 

• MHyE DREAMING OF A WIfTE CWiSIMAS The worlds of 
fantasy and reaMy meet in IMs interpretation of Christmas scenes 
by the Great Am«ican Mnie Experiment of Cteveland. which looka 
at Christmas ttvough the eyes of a child. 

f LAMES OF REVIVAL 

tKNK The Mountain' 1956 Spencer Tracy. Robert Wagper. Two 
t)rottiers climba lowerirtg Alpine peak to reach wreckage (rfcraslisd 
airline (2 hrs.) 

• PBS MOVE THEATRE ForbiddenQamss' ig52Biigili9FoM^ 
Georges Poujouly. A Mtte girl is taken in fay a poor ooun^ tamfef . 
after h« p^rerrts are kSed in an air r^ in Wodd War If^vice. {i 
hr 30 miaj 

• IMOE WOmj) OF TRUm 

• NKJHT THE ANMALS TAUSD Animated spedat twang events 
i that occured on the night of Qvisl's Mrlh. 

• OLD TRUE Q(»PB. HOUR 

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6:00 • DATELINE M)EA 10 
[6:30 • tMLD KMQDOM SdlwlBr Crocs of Austrsia' 
I • FAITH FOR UVMG 

[6:45 • THE NFL TODAY A post-game program presenting scores, 
hNJitfghts and sports news. 

f7.-oo •aeM»HnES 

• nc WONDERFUL WORLD OF OONEY -Rw Cougar. Run' A 
sheiJfierd tries to save a mountain ion from t>eing trapped and made 

I an 0i^v target tor rtnost certain extincion by a huMng party tat 
*' by a pwrfeaa i o n al tNrter. 

^ • miDOLPH^SHMT NEW YEAR Rudolph and Ms giramingnoae 
>'>. aret>acfcinanencoreshdwing(rfhisadvehteesinrnariy«iotielandS 
V as t«e searches for the missing Bat>y New Year. ^ 
.« • FAMLY AT WAR A Hero's Wekome' 

'^1^ • wARRBt Mssrrs 

pp •EVENING AT SYMPHONY Music OinKlorSeqlO^Nacanducto 
i" 4 Oie BoetoA Symphony Ordterira in Stotnl's Concerto «iO tor f^our 
v^ Ordiesb'aa and Bruckner's Symplwny r4o. 5 in B-Hat. 
8:00 • RHOOA Johnny Vulture. 'Mr ktegnetism,' s playing a big 

. nightoiub in New York, and Rhode, Brenda and Ghsry «^ch Ms 

- «jt. 

• THE SIX MIUION dollar UUIM A Oorft: Ctinrtmaa C«ol' 
Whie investigating a possit)le catse pf satxitage Itiat couldxtfiact 

I the life support system tor a Mars landng. Stem h«^ anisarV 

I indt^friirist and a young family discover ttie true meaning 01 

C^wistmas. (R) 

• rooo-UB 

8:30 • LEO SAYBI SINGS 

9:00 • ALL M THE FAMILY Anottier baby ffiVKxmcemertf from fiair Old 
high schocrf friend and matctvnaker sends Mke aiKl Gloria's 
memories back nine yrars to their very first, and abnosl Int. 
dMe. 

•THEBIGE\^frB«)oardNo 1 Music /Mwwds'lCittlQIatoaafson 
and ttie Bee Gees are ttw hosts (^ ttwse c e f emo nie s ha a^ the 
most popular recording artists in the pop. jazz, rock and country 
western HeUs Some of ttie nominees are Baitora ^eisand, Peter 
Frwnptcxi. Linda Rwistadt, Donr» Summer and olhars. ^ 

• IT HAn>BED ONE CMRISTMAS Marto Thomas. W^ne 
^ Ftogers.ClorisL^chnwi and Orson WMes star in INa new vwtion 
, of Ff»ik Capra's das»c Mm. 'tt's a WondarM LMe,' whatain an 

apprentice angel helps to prove ttiat no human He is wAom rfwaning 
. ' and no existerce has no poir^, 
; • li4AStEfV>EC£ THEATRE t, OaudMs' ^MOde Sx. 'Some 

Justice' The su^iiGiaus death erf Qermariicta, a popular tawfis, 
• results in a murder ahd treason trial in ttie Senate wNdi t hr aa t s ns 
\ to implicate rt>erii» and Livia.Meanwhie,CalgutaahOMisincraaaim 
% ««s (^ dsogerous merM instabMy. 
9:3^ • ALICE Thanks to Alice. oM mottier Hyatt,' Fk> and Mat. uaualy 

ri eadi <tfiar's ttvoat. become a pair of tove birds aAar apendkig 

a we^end togetier in Tucson at ttte big foottMril game. 

• CHAfUailA 
0:00 •NEWS 

• VISK3NS 'The Preon Game' In an kgveuai game aHow, three 
women cont^tente are quizzed to d e termi ne which one mundared 
her hust)and. Susan Yankowitz's toto v isi o n drama exptores tie 
events lading up to tie murder 

• ETVEST MIGLEY HOUR 
0:30 •NEWSMAKSIS 
100 •THE CAROL mJMETT SHOW Guest: Rock Hudson 

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• (xorge mtd diane ivey 9m0w 

1:30 •the NBC LA^MOWESherfecftWmes in New York' Roger 
fctoore, Gig Youig The tegaidary tf s l s ctve nahw to New Yoifc to 
ttwwt tfie evi professor MoriarNy's ptot to kidnap the aoh of a Marid 
of Holmes' md corner Vie woikf s goU supply. ^) (2 hrs.) 

• ABC NEWS 

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• MOVE Ttie f^BtUk Tr^' 19^ Emast tergnina, David 8mn. 
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• OVSI EMY C^jest: Harold Bobbins. aij#ior. 

• I LOVt LUCY 
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• GREBiOIKXXR 

• MACNSL-LEW^R l«P(mT 

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• Q0NG»«W 

• OtOC CAVETT 9«Mr Gkjest: Robert Ja^ow. space scientist, 
a^enomer aid drector ol NASA's Qoddard MArts for Space 
Stoctes 

• H0QM4-S HEROES 

8:«) •ACHAmJEMKNmtStRSniMStliedory tateof Chwlie 
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pte)Rrat«, \j«^.' Snoopy. ScMe«dar. Stfy and Ihe rest, busy 
ttiemselves vMi tte more worldly aapeds trf tie hoiday aaaaon. 

• UTTLE HOUSE ON THE PfMRE 'Freedom ^IgM' Chaiias 
feigaia and Ooc Baker come to Vw «d <rf W) aling tadtan chief whan 
some of WaM (Nova's i^onns are incaad to tfladc Vw peao^ii, 
nomaoi^ moe. 

• THE SMI SDfK} BEM^ BUMS 

• AGE OF HSE^NHPt -Waakwd in Vermont' Or. Henr^ 
Kiasiiger. Wastungton Po^ pubMwr KaVwrine Graham, torwwr 
Briieti Prime tAnister Edwwd HeaVi and oVwr noted peiaona join 
John Kenn^ Gabratti in a fi-es-swingiiHl dacuss ton , bringing Vie 
sarim to a dose. ' 

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8:30 •iWASTHEMGHTB^OREGMRiSTMASAnvmatediiiustoal 
narrated by Joel Grey. A friend^ tamiy of mice, a Mnd and ganlte . 
dock m^er and a s ep si t iw i Sante' Claus combine to spread 
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• THREE'S COM^A|«« ^ 

• THOSE OOLOCN YEARS A docJkentery on American Me . 
SwedMh Ihnmakera L^UIvenslam and Tomas Oien a a vwwpokh 
on wtwt it is fktte gfow oM in Anwiica as a member of the working 
class poor Wilh miramal nhrratnn, okter citizens tel Ihair own kte 
stones. I 

• 700 CLUB Guedtsr Gene Wteon dscwsas Vw to«H^ drm 
MdkJte involved in the taan Chalenga |)rogrwn, Loute anftPM, 
Palarmo, work! renowntd speakers and singara. 

9:30 •ONEDAYATAliMlEAnn:JuiieandBait>araare«ttt«adwh«n 
a handsome young imnanivea looking tor his kmg-lotfMhw. bi4 
Vw biggest aurpriaa is Schnsidsr's. 

•SOMPEpsoidaTlwtaen. But CwnpbelrecM^adrewM shock 
triwn he gom to vM hto son, tater, to invte him to a surprise 

10:00 • LOU QRMIT Two Oiristmas Mras twdrfn on Lou and Vw 
TribuneMMJ^ 

• POLKX IWMMI 'Bu^reup KBsr' F^pper and M «iv«MgM 
a series ofdt MlHesH^igs thM NMwMMeawlHngtln eamnien v 
- Vw piesMce M fw smw el Vw ofew tf a biMsrcvp and a 
nfvrtarfous nun and the tel that rt «w wdima were horn tlw nms 
d08e4m> G^aek tan%. 

• MMLY "More Tlwn Viands' Nvicy becomes romanti^ 
invDteadwiViatadierwiKmNvAcrWdamcrfWae'swrWngoGines 
as a shodt. 

tO:30 • MACnCAL Ot^nw LMN8 
11:00 •••NiVI^ s'' 

• JMhnf MKMi0A« ' 

11:30 • rm (mJmMS^ 'tW^Nka' 1S74 Ooris iMdnnan, 
MUwel Brandon. A mtm pid(S upA hMdiMkar wtio lums oirf to 
t»m kigllve. l^)iBi^lg9ubaialton«n««»ft«M«4l«aMi' Two 
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• TUeUMY MQWE # IHE mSBH f. SccMt Fa^varald h 
Holywood' .teaon Mfcr, Tutaihy Weill A movina apadal about iw 
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• DORIS DAY SHOW 

9Mi • MAUDE Wtwn a fire bre^is out in a restauran. wtwre Viey are 
dMng, Mauds and VMian escape wiVi only surf ace bnssea, but Writer 
has to cope witti a much deeper payctetogical scar. 

• NBC MONDAY MOHf AT THE MOVES Suwiiine Ctvistmas' 
CW OeYoung. BeftwiBHarshey. VWdowar Sam Haydsn ratuma wVi 
his daughtsr to hte home town in Toon for Vw hofidiys. Wtwn Vw 
chid decides she wants to stay on wiVi hsr (^an^perents, Sam 
rekindtos a cMdhood romance and sets a wadttng date. (2 
hrs.) 

• >»C'S MONDAY MGHT FOOTBALL Dates Cowboys vs. San 
Francisco 49ers 

• 700 CLUB Gueste: Charies Coison, fomwr special counsel to 
Ptesidsnt Nbon and Wtetergate figure. Everett Graftam, etieculMie 

ViCOJilvKNni Of WOnO nvBOl . 

9:30 •THE BETTY WHTE SHOW Joyce finds herself in Vwmkldte of 
a wMrt si nd ronwnce wNi a race driver she met wMb fitning ••- 
Istovisian Gomnwcial, and JoMi is not taking it too wel. 

• HOUVIVOOD TaEVmON THEATRE Six Characters n 
S e arch of an AuVwr' lissi P lr a ndel o :a drama explores Vw 
taM ten s Mpb a tw a anf a nteay a nd r ea M y, bdweenVw real peraonaWy 
of an ac t or a n d V w p art lwpiaya.ast among Vw players inatetevision 
(fewna. 

10.-00 •mnrCHJanatBakpteyaawite who Nras Pete and Mac to find 

her m issi ng husband, iuat betoie she is nurdered. 
10:30 •URMTHESPfBT 
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• QBMLO OeWTBC SHARES 

11:30 • IfC CBS LATE MOVE Joy in Vw Monwig' 1966 ffichard 
Chambarta^, Yvette Mmieux. A stniggfing law atudant and his new 
bride laisa pa rawi s l opiMaNon and poverty. (R) 

• THE TOMGHT SHOW Que^ hori: Bl Cosby Guest: Pat 

laM Water PIdgeoR, Joan 
Beiwwtt IHUpMRoAef jpCn Mnbandtottme ortja skiger 
tate for aKiPte|M' MH6«^ N«tond hMb of tmm^ 
revenge. ' » 

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•move 'Pasaport To China' 1961Rk4wrdBasehart,AlMi(3ft>rd. 
Ex-piot undertakes rescue of a-FcKmoaan plol and an American 
secr^ agent who are missing. in ^Communist CNna. (1 hr. 30 
min.) 4 

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7:02 • THE NQHTKFORECHRISTilAS Story of howClsmsnt Moore 

wrote Ms temous poem. 
7:30 •$100,000 NAME "mAT TUNE 

• MUPPETS SHOW Gkwst: Ooitti (Is Luise. 

• DIOC CAVETT SHOW Gunt: James Levine, Music Director of 
Vw MefrofMMan Opera. 

• HOQAN'SH^IOES 
8.-00 • A CHraStkMS CAROL 

• THE UFE AND mSS OF GRIZZLY ADAMS 

• JBGKr IS ENOUBH 'Vas.-Wcbelas, TIwm Is a Sante Cteus' A 
pr e aa rifh i dden ty Joan bglcreherdeathredoresVwBriKlfofds spirit 
after a CMMmas burglar ^als Vwir presente. 

• TALKBACK 

• M4DY QRFRTH SHOW 

jeoftrtfizad Mwn a smooVMfiKim ooat M«eM.Vw.«i|no«Jwr 

fs^ '! I • '. n nr 1 .irf ■/ . ' !fl»iii-. I .1.1 1 ,. . 

• DOmS DAY SHOW ^ 

9:00 • THE (»S WEDNESDAY MGHT MOVES The Nwt Man' 1976 
Sean Gonnery, ComMwShaipa. The Mnirter of State tor ^Mfia 
Arabia aubmits a conlrovsratel plan tor peace in Vw Uddto ^ri to 
Vw United Nalwns. A gong of inlam^nnal terrqMs wih .Vvae 
sucoessful assassinafions lo Vwir cre(tt rwk Mm aa Vwir nentti^iet. 
tthts.) 

• IHE BUCK SHEEP aoUAORQN 'Oii«w Wind' l^«)py ctealtBS 
mMK^ combat priest on A pdM of combitt p^chdogy when a tighter 
plot decides Viat his days are numbwsif and VwpiM inaiste Vnd 
eveMNng is in Vw hands of The Alm^jfity. Robert Conrad star*. 

OMICE M AMBVCA'aipraoorapby by MandWiw' Part I. Tlw 
flrrtO tew prograitts ^»lr0!t Wflhiflht masty chor eo gr a p h er George 
Batandiine and Ms ceMpany, Vw New Yod( C% BaJM, teatufes 
Suzanne Farrel and (Mar Mvtiw in a pattonnapaajXl Tzigane' witti 
music by Bunt. 

• 700 CLUB GuMlfe Bob NoHni^. who has lennkwl cancer. 
aulior Ronahl WiBito. 

10:00 • HBC l»>0R1B Troubte In Coal Coui«y' NBC ttews 
II oorraaporidant Douglas ICkar wlliene as on<amera reporter for 
Viis special mamining Vw anormoua pr dat» m> we tace in Vw e^irt 
to fflrice coal Amark^'s ffltapr energy aouroe. 

• PEIfflY (XMO'S OLDEBIGUSH CHROTMA8 Gueste: Paluta 
C^wk, Leo Sayer, Olympic skaing ster John Ctny, Qansna 
Craven. 

• A PORTRAIT OF A NURtt A documentary on Vw career of 
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11:30 •the CBS LATE MOVE "HawaiFiveO-l^onteMarfcham guest 
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• THE TOMliHr SHOW Host: Johnny Carton. Gueste: Joan 
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convid). 

• STARSKY AND HUTCH, MYSTERY OF THE WE^ STARSKY 

AND HUTCH-'f^riah' AMer shooViig a youtti. Stersky is ptil under 
prenure wtwn two poficemen are sUti by a RW who mma Vwt 
oVwrs wB auHar untess Stirsky topunuhed. MYSTBIY OF THE 
WEB(<VisV Roin a Dead Man' AHndDrAe jptays a man, famiar 
««h Vw occutt world, who liJMVvted by Ml wite <R) 
•MOME 'YoungOunaof Texis' 1982JMBesMNdium. AlsnaLadd. 
Sokter's semii tor atoteri Army goW pawtete a iMwr's pursul of 
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• OViR EASY Ou^: Frances Riye. singsr. 

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^OtOEN G AU^^ 

Seafood 8t Beef RestqunanC 

AT LYNNHAVEN INLET VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 

^tedalising in fresh seafood, boOi steamed 
and fried, prime rib of beat, Mtk Juicy 
steaks, goormet platter ami daliciws cock- 
tails. S^^eeial family prices and children's 
-] menu avaiWila year 'round. 

CRABS CLAMS 

SHRIMP lONGCRAB 

LOBSTER OYSTERS 

ALL YOU CAN EAT SPECIALS: 
Fresh Sea Trout .*.3.95 

Steamed Shrimp and/or 
Steamed Crabs *7.5d 

DINNER SERVED S PM-U PH 

Locally owned k (grated oy 
J.R. "Jim" George 

SlSiSBOKEDiaVE 
AT LTloaUVER INLET 
^ PBOMI 4tl-7Slt 

8 miavtes from tto deeiuhrtnt 
Amide Pra« Paridag 






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Sfy/e 

Choice of one vegetable 
freshly tossed garden 
salad, choiee of ice cream 
or cake plus coffee, tea 
or soft drink. 



1125 S. MILITARY HIGHWAY 
Sooth of College Park Shoiq;iiDg 
Center on opposite side of highway. 




OPEN 6AM EVERY DAY 
CLOSE 10 PM 

SUN.THURS. 

11PM 
SAT. FRI. 



ICHAfimWALLER, JOBPACB, « GRANT MURRAY Invite you 

^heAeu^e 9bouna€ 

S014 Va. Bch. Blvd. \ Mia east ol Priaceaa Aana Mh^ ^^ um^'t^t Ro^ 

Entertainment 9 pm to 1:30 am - Dintmr 5 fm to 9 pm 
MLL Y(^ can EA T Luncheon Spe^als 11 am to 3 pm 

Sun, - Spagen/ S MeatbaUs - 1 •• 
Mon. - Fried CMt^mf - 2»» 
K^kT. - Ste^ S Potatoes - 4«8 
Fo0HHillonS*scrmM$atSSun. 
'^eiftieMf lieyM'asrepr^^s - Foot Long 
Hot bog 7Sc each- 2 t0r *1^^ 



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H(»day - tMa. Disco 
Dancing Mtt Joe Pace 
Wed. - Dtawa Danci^ 
Witt DaviiStagabary 
Ttair. - Dl»ee Ducing 
with Joe Hee , , 

Ladies Nte<All«mescorted] 
Ladies 1^ |»lce <» fo ' 
Adrltfu) 

Pri. I»a^ QaMtic withl 
DavidXIaiiilvT 

Sat. - naw DBBctng with] 
Da^y Craili 

^a. - Gmm Nile wttt 
Joe Pace 

Marie af M» M's * M**! 
CaalNt iMiMy • 
.Jitlafta«.nik,Ete. 



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Tidewater's Newest 
/i;4\ChiMae-ABericaa 
Saatauraat 



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Priaceaa 



NeirttoBig 



.AntbMtic Ch^Me-Amerieaa rood 
Serviag Laaehe s-"Di^r»-Take Out Service 

LUNCHEON SPECIALS 

Open Dally 11 to lu:«0 p.m. 
Sundays li to 10 p.aa. 

490-5770 

COCKTAIL:* • Wm ES • BEQl 



Rd. 



ChanadoaDr. 



351 Kempavite PMoa Stefpiag Ctr. 
Prtneeaa Ana Rd. A HrliameM Dr. 



Beach 



4 



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mi^i^M 



■MMMMIk^MM^MatfiMmMlMi 







f «t Cltttw at America, uun 
Neck «m MdlsMirimiiUl 
be gUt •niviBf ChrUtmu 
ptcktcw lor ill persomwl 
at D«m Neck is tbe eiehan- 
l» KAby tron D«c. 12 to 17. 
Boon vUl be tram 10:30 
a.m. to 4 p.m. DoMtioos 
will beaee«M. «S07coiitri- 
botes moBtUy to a ckaritjr 
of a meaber's ehoice, as 
weU as to NWCA SdnUr- 
sUp FoMriatloB. Heart FhhI, 
Seeiai Eye Dog Ceoter and 
otbers. 



PrM^l^lteiM^ 



consort 

T9» VliiWa Bei^ Pops 
^pl^lpqr wiD gns^ its 
WU^ MHw eewelM- 
(by, Bee. U, at 2:30 pn at 
tte Virfiaia B^ch Civic 
Coa^ (tbe boiM}. Ae^a- 
cert Witt taatere fbe Wal- 
ter Nooaa Trio ireseirtiaK 
a medl^ of C^rMmssMK' 
ic arraoKed l^liaitlicGoT- 
era. 

IMm- the (ttretitioQ of 
Watter Hoooa. the traasteoy 
wiU ptfffnttCeoeertoGros- 
so fTQIlif Ci{Xptfi,Toy^ra- 

from the mtcrwAer Sdte 
by Tsi^attov^aailtbeNew 



vy Wives anbs of ABMIca, 
Dam Neek«MV;wiUbebeld 
OD Saturday. Dee.* 10, ia the 
theatre btUdlni at Dam Neck 
10 a.m. 

Stg»-ap sh^jrts are locatM 
throachnrt fiatt SMlnlA^K 
deadUoe tar reciatoHaiiw^' 
eUM U Dee. X. For ftrthar 
ibteryittiw ooiteict Fnui 
SiMlitt. presi^. 42S • 
S4«7. 



Incbor soccer 



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The aWetto ivofnm of 
the Yix^m Bbaeh Keotea^ 
ttoB Ceater Isfatterias »«- 
meatm to tte ai|MtMeh» 
lag iadeor tower aaMOL 

Ob Sm0iii9^ Dee, ld» «t 

iadoor anse^ taekBtqaaa taj^ 
tte atlditit stall aad ei- 
periwead, MMer lasfie 
play«rs<irtlllwheMi 
buaa^la^ loUnril|t|ie 




As a cattistBMS gift to 
the dOttm a Ytn^tk 
Beaeh, tte ^raqihoBy will. 
give a free driMrmi's '"pU- 
knr" coKOt ea Satardir, 
Bee. IS, tt 2:10 pm at the 
Cli^e Crater. 

Tiekets to Smbj's 
|Qoeert, the secoad cm - 
tert of ttie 19T?-'W seaaoa, 
are )5 to adalt amf |2 
jto seoiMr citisais «Mi s^- 
dMits tmder U. Tickets are 
avattMe at the Virgtaia 
Bea^ Civie Ceater hamot- 



ft Mccarlaagae. 
winbeheld 
^lli^ oCfltia aeit 
TheJa- 



to 
ia 

IWa 
ia tte 
to tte 

dow Sodto jLeegve 
begi^ An. % with three A- 
visiottfr Aiwau>le to yoog- 
sto^ afM five, alae, tea- 
ts, aad 13- 14 years. 

For ^lliidi^ iateihatftm 
coBomdal thto pr«gpia«t< 
oo^et the Vitgiaia BeAeh 
SeareatUi Cei^, lOlMiM- 
mootti Laaet or call 4M« 
lai. 



lrj;-»'- 



Joyne Qniry wed 



Tie ^duratioe (tf the 
aaniage of Ji^ae Marprct 
4;henrf aad Lt. Og) P^i^ 
AaaM Ftt^atrtcfc oa lov. 
M^ aaa pfftomed bf Rev. 

y.0|Kles Riddle inaBdU.S.N. 

^ja^^laia Qnald Omaa at 
i90. iatfm Eautoa Shne 
jQlapal, ^Rrglad^BeMh. 

"^ 1U.Qmtfwmm a caadle 
1i|tt ieHa fom caityiag 
ptadt nd iMte rosM. Her 
sSi^, Pittl Jo Clerry, was 
bar ndd of bean'. Pttrteia 
S9ekefpiMIB»,n.,ibr- 
iaaae Owsm, Beiqr Sevaas 
aad Dee Dee ttoo^ of 
TifgWa Beaeh warebeides- 
maidi vttt ttair faaas to 
U^ blae vttfc royal Hae 



Lt. Joha Orrlsoa wu beat 
BUB to* U. Fitspatriefc. 
GnNNaaoMa were Lt Qg:) 
Stacy GogglB. Lt. ArtDoir, 
U. Richard FraafcUa, U 
<Jg) Joseph Elmer, U. (JO 
David 8«a* , Eaafga Qia* 
Garrett aad Baraidli served 
as riagbearar. 

lira. Joaeph Cemppio 
was the aUatresa oT.eere- 
flioaies. 

Mrs. Fitapatriek is the 
daagfatar af Mr. aad Mrs. 
Joseph R. Cherry of Vlr- 
giato Baael. Lt. Plt«»atrlek 
latha'in««f Mr. siAMra. 
Patrick j; Fitqiatrlekof Ml- 
aai.Pla. 

emvle left to St. 




forkickl#s 

The Gmt Neck Branch of tbe Virginia Beach Mdic 
Ltowy wia present a special program oa -^ ■«"*- to 
cUMw to first grade aad op oa Tbarsda at 

4p.ffi. 

ftlBEf Boitin, of tbe Virginia Beach SPCA «A 

a ^MW^OB OB how ehildren eaa care to tb "^ts, 

irtart hi do wbM tt9 Me « ^v«d ^ ^teal 1 i^ 



M A ItM twnAk m4 




^ sooiua 
for very 

icatetf at W! " 

Beacfa. 



OUaTl'- 

_ CiM^»th» cay 
„ TrgibUR^bk. VA.oa 
the let day of DeMmber, 
19T7. 
Jessica Soe Dalton Tedeji' 

CO, 

PlaloUtt, 

afajtet 

Jai^ A. Tedeeco, 

IMllHMtat. 

The object of this salt 
lb \tb oMaia a divorce a 
lalMt It ttoro from tbe 
aahl iHiWrtNi.japac ^ 
(rD«nasol4MilleB. 

Aiid tt aS&vH l»vlag 
beea made aad fUMIMt 
tM.iitodiBt it La^-^re 

tmSTWm S&vrvit' 

tmt, the IM know* ml 
ottce address belat^ 151 
Third ireet, Old Pei|e, 
feahayMnia ft is ordered 
that he do appear oa «■ be- 
fore tha 23rd day of Jaaa- 
ary.lOHkaddovdtttmay 
be heeadaary to preteetUs 
A' jicpf'Teste: Joha V. 
Fa aU e ia 

Ry:P9tfiA. KeeoebaB,De- 
PVy.ClfTk 
TtiM^W. rtaohm 
Sam iMk StwtB«a«aaare 
TirginlaBeach; VA. Z34I2 

VBS- U/7, 11/24, 12/21, 
12/lt -4l 

ORtilR or PUBLICATION 
la tHaerk'a Office of the 
Cirddt Coart of the Cfty 
of.VlrglBla Beaeh, VA.oa 
the IsF day ot December, 
1977. 

Larrv dUflna Doraett, 
Plaintiff, 
igalnst,- 

Catbl Jaae Woods Dor- 
sett, 
Dafwhurt^ 

The object of this saft 
i« ^ (Mpia ft. divorce a 
«lD6dliMi|»itlbaB0 from 
the saM dafMOaat, npopt 
tha~ grouads-af oae year 
aeteraada. 

Aad aa affidavit havlot 
beea 9)Mb a«t filed that 
tbr.ddiodiat is a nm-re- 
aMaatcTttia.SUtbetYlr-. 
^. fhe^latt kaoaa post 
^S^ Itfireai being: 112 
RblteghaiB Circle. Car*, 
llidirth Carolina 278U ft la 
4»IMd thai she do appear 
mm )ieto« the 2^4fty 
of Jaaitti^, Ufl-lad do 
what may be aeeaasait to 
powtaet her <iBter««A.i& this 
antt. ,, ,4. , 

A copy-teste: Job V. 
Fipfreas 
~^Nttl^Keen«faaa,De- 

ClMfc 

Jiotb W. Fiachem 
abfle m MiibiNi Saaare 
liSttatt Maeh; tA. »i02 

l*S-lV7,12/l4,B/tl. 
lVtt*4t 



O&DKR OF PUBUCATIOH 
It the Clerk'a Otalce of the 
Clreatt Coart at the City 
er Yirglaia Beaeh. Ya., on 
tka itt day el Decatiher. 

vm. 

MlllQomea, 
nalltflf, 
aialast 
iidore Gomes, 



thdol^ectofthiaaattls 
to oMtlB a ««>roe h vlv 
calo matrimdnfl: frvm thb 
aaid dtfSBdaat, apoo tbe 
gvoaada of aepafrntloB to 
acre thaa oae year. 

Aad «» afflda^ htflag 
beaii made aad iUad iS 
tto defeadaat ta aiMi-ir*- 
al4iat of tbt State ot fir- 
gibia, the last kaowa peat 
office address belag: 119 
Cthaas Stfiaet. T^ado, 
Mhalla, PbiUpplBM tt is 
fl«^larsd that she do aimear 
oa,or batoe ^ ftrt'day 
0fJaamry,I99laiMld6irhat 
amy be aeeeiiaiir topro- 
teet her Itttereat la thia 
soft. 

A cflpy-Teste: JCha V. 
Featreas 

By: Patti A. Kecaehaa. Da- 
rn Clerk 
VSeaaitA.B«rl»illai 
2MIDdlirffBSNf. 
Morftdk, VA 23M$ 

V«iH2/T42/l4.12/«l, 
tl/tt • 4t 



aopy-Tcste: Jt 
FMlreiis 

Byi Pattl A. Kaenefian. ' 
pnty Clerk 
JohnD. Hooker, ^.. 
2625 Prlhcesa Anne Road 
Virginia Beaeh. VA 



VBS - 12/7, 
12/M • 4t 



OftOER OP PUBLICATION 
1ft the Clerk's Ottea of th* 
ebeatt Comrt of the City 
of yHfitth Beach, VA oa the 
30lhdir«<llmM*r, 1977. 
Patrka li«i»*r Coolv, 
Plalattfl, 



iehael Christopher 
Cootey, 




AadhaafflnlivHhatiag 
beta mtdfe tad Hied ttet tbe 
li a lbaB at t laitaqt-Mrt- 
deat of (he SUte oTYirglBU 
«Mf iaat kBMB pm office 
K,«att 



JieJUii- 




12/14, 



ORDOt OF PUBUCATlQi 
lBteCl«»'*Omce,qf^ 

2tffett^ November. 19V? 

.G««lf'AHMl^<3rover. 

Plalatiff 

agUaat 

ChriMae Ana Ghysels 

GrtMri 

Ddfaannt. 

The tibiect of tbia suft Is 
to. oblhia a dlw^fte a via- 
ealD btatrUa^pU from tti 
said 4el«ada«t. i«oa til 
groaadk of Uvteg aepanS 
aad oart wtthott iattr- 
rSu^aadwfthOtit<MMM- 
tatloB, to more thaa 
oae year. 

Aad aa aftidavit hatrtag 
baaa diade a«d filed oaf 

file defeadant is a noo-re- 
aiideal ot tl* dWe of YM'<; 
fiaU. the latt.kWnmh^ 
oHlseafi ciptfaeiagMTOO- 
Bl^rattCattrt.North 
CUaito, miMt. COOMttU 
flMi^ that the do atpear 
oa or btto* the. lltt 4^ 
of Jiipiry, law aad so 
whtf aiay be neeeaaaiy to 
project bar interest la ttda 
aatt. 

A:cffliy*Teat*: Joha V.Fet* 
treaa 

By: Pattt A. Keeaehaa, De- 
m. Clerk 
WWm W. Merritt 
UtdGraaby Street 
JidMBlK, Va. 2S51Q 

m^ll/30.12/7,12/14, 
12/21 - 4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATKHI 
bilha Clerk'a Office of the 
arcait Covrt of the Ctty 
of VtfginU Beach, VA. op 
the 22Bd day orXovember, 
19«, ^ 

Dolpa Lemerieb Chiwlan, 
PUdatlff, 



fJ K ^f tftf 




dT'tlds salt 
la t9 ohtalo a dhoree from 
the. bead qf^nairiagefnp 
tt*itfd«riMa^,iipootiie 
tPmm cieftMuty. 

Aad u HMkvlt havlt« 
beat mate aial filed tl|it 
thaWliamit i» a aoi-M- 
sJdsMloMM State of 1^- 
iNa, Ihalahf ^vapottiD- 

n$4 itaval Swpert Acttvtty 
WMMilofti^a flaaMhg 
Ai«Me, w««U|B, MI lltll 
ft la onlered that he do 
^pear oa er before the 12th 
atf 'Of Jaaaary, 1971 and 
da «hat mf H'Btcettary 
to pi^te^hU labirest lb 
tUsaaft. 

A Cflpy-Testb: John V. 
Faatreaa 

By: «afti A. Keeaetaa, De- 

ShraitfT. Catoa, m 

2SQl Padfic Aveme 

P.OiBaatt 

Vbfftada Baaeh, VA 11492 

VBS-a/IO.U/7,12/14, 
12/21 -M 



OaSiR OF PUBUCATKBf 

la tie Clerk's Office offiie 

Clr<B^ Court of the Ctty 

ot Viifiata Beaah, VA on 

the nttdair of November 

1977. 

Boyd Lee Leoahardt, 

vumn, . 

agabibt 

ClaadU Jeaa.Kepley 

Leoahardt, 

IMIadaat. 

The oMtet of thia salt 
la tp ehllld a jdlvoree a 
vjacah) aotdiaaaii from the 
aaid def««ud, «sa the 
noaada of iasertiaa or ia 
tha attaraallft oae year 
CoaHaaoaa id|tH<loa. 

Airi ah mMX havtK 
bMtf mad* tad filed tbat 
lift<iliiliNl Itamm-re- 
ti4M;gtttk8tat*of Vlr- 
giaili, the latt haawa poet 
otfiii hdkatabeiag: Roate 
UTjcmlt A, LexlagtoB, 
north CarollM tt U or- 
dered that ihe do appear 
ea or before the 9th day 
qt'iMat7^|97faU<fc>what 
oMy be aa<!taaary to ia«- 
t«ct her Merest tn tlla 
liatt. 



A eopy-Tepte: Joha v. Faa- 

trbsa 

By: Pbttl A. Keeaahar. D* 

»•■*•* A. Oorry 

- *feach, VA iAv^. 



Ml At ofmvember. 



of 

the 

1977. 

Judd D. Pir^ 

PlaiaUtt 

agAlnst 

Maareea Ann (Hawley) 

mm, 

D^U^^. 

The «i4em tf this nalt 
is to^^Wto a diWNrM a 
mMM fk tbn« fif^ He 
8^%tiadaat, v^^^ 

Ant an affidnM haviig 
been made ad filed ttat 
tbe dtfnteaft is a aoa-rf- 
sUMMtbe^tfaof Vir- 
ginU, tte Vui, ka«m post 
tmm ^Mr«wbilte; c;^ 
Tlm^ Q'Ikmwtt.fBHafa 
Road^^lwflitaK ^wan^; I 
gi«Ml tt U «rd«Wtttat 
She ds) iClMiar ca or H^^ 
the 3i« dqr tf^Urairy.^n 
and do vM may be mh:- 
essary to KOtect berlon 
terestiirth^aaft. 
A eoff-T^e: J^ V. 
Fntrtss' \ 

By: Pittt A. Keeaehaa, de- 
puty, Ctofc 

William L. Perfcfns, m 
First ft MefchaatS Natl 
Bai^nuk. 

Coroftb^iia aad Baidc 
Streets 

P.O. Boa 3291 
Norfeilk, VA 23514 

VBS-11/16, 11/23,11/30 
12/7 -4t 



BaakBldg- 
P.a Boi 277 
Portsmpotb, Va. 



23705 



11/7- 



^16,11/13,11/30 



(Wl^ C^ PUBUCATKMi 

la ttii Cl^'s Office ot the 

Ctnyt Court of tte City 

of Wrgli^ Beach, VA. on 

tte m ikj of November, 

1977. 

Maria tberesa ^^relli 

Msek, 

Ib^irtift, 

l^hittt 

&tmrd La«r«Ke I^ek, 
Sr^ 

lM«teBt. 

The object of this salt 
is to oMalB a div(»ee a 
mMM M thMt> to be later 
m«q^ into t ^vor^ate- 
cide totbteoeit {R»n tbe 
aiM deMiteid, upra tbe 
grondt «t:A»erttai. 

JoBiL mi tMum having 
beea made aad ffled that 
ttm drieateirt is a mm-re- 
aidmtt cf the State of Vlr- 
i^ala, ttie last knowa pc»t 
<MC| address bring: 2278 
Rei^i DHve West, AtlanUc 
Beweh, Florida 32223 tt is 
ordered that be do appear 
on or beto« tte tri Aty 
ot Jannary, 197laBddowhat 
may be nei^ssary to i»o- 
teS Ms interest inttUsrit 
A cvr-^osto: J(*B V. 
Featn^M ' • 

Br^tti A. Ke«»eimB, De- 
,p%^4a«t 
Henry M. Sdnran, 
1600 Vlrgiida Nat'l Bank 
Wdg. J 

Nctftolk, VA 23510 



VBS-11/18, 11/23, 11/30 
12/7 -4t 



(MIDER OF PUBUCATION 
In the Clerk's Office of 
tte Circatt Court of the 
Ci^ of ViifiaU Beach; VA 
on ttie M day of Jfovember 
1977. 

Dale E. Bosley, 
PaUHff^J J a:.. 



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ORISR 

Virgteia: In ftie O^s 

Ofllee of the <:)rcail^Oifft 

(rfthe^MnMib 

Beach,^ « ihe tfthidky Of 

Noveorito, i|7t. 

b r« Aflff^ «f lUby 

Boy F«/TA«a?6«aad 

Chaifi of I^UBeteiadmel 

Lee pwUflg 

-Br IKUiam^Ma Bowling 

and PiArii^ OrecB BbwUng 

Petitidaers . 

To: Engeie West 

U8S Leahy 

Fpo.HewYort^llew 

Yeit ^ . , 

"mi day cune moiam 
Sloan Bowiteg and Patrt^ 
Gre^Bov^igi PettiUMra 

riAdrf ^^i Miff ^^^MififfiM^fa^ Ifi ' PMWm 

' the otofe mmi^mi*h ' S^rt*^^ 
J^3a 9ar F8/TA #tS7«6 DefMdant 
by iniUam Stotv JdiWBg 
and l^tricia Greaa Blirl* 
lag, hnMiaad $lai$ vile, and 
affidavit baviag beea made 
aad ffied ttatEqgeM Watt, 
a balnral pareift of tald 
cUld (rea), te a aon- ra^ 
aldedt of the Stete af Vir- 
giate, tte last kno#B post 
office address belqg: U8S 
Leahy, P.P.O. New York. 
New York. 

A te thereto^ Ordered 
that Uie said E«ge«e West 
aapear on or before tbe 
iSh day of Janaary, 1978 
ami indicatebto/haramtade 
ttvard the pnvoeed adop- 
ttoa, -or otherwiaedovhatia 
ieeesaary to protect Ma te- 
ttreat te tUs matter. 
As copy teste: 

Joha V. Featress, Clerk 
By: Patti A. Keeaehaa. DC 



3i 



The Qidect of thte salt 
te to dbtete a dlTOree a 
measa et thoro trma the 
airid defndant, qioa the 
groonds of actmd deser - 
tioa. 



VBS-12/7,12/14,12/tl. 
12/28 - 4t 



ORDER 

YtrgiaU: te the Clerk's 
om* «f the Clreatt Court 
of the Cityof VinteliiBeach 
Mtte Tte day of November 

m ra: Adaptive of Lewte 
Pryy EdfnxQik 
By: Richard Edward Swart- 
lay ft Margaret Swartley 
Mttloacra 
to: Ntvttt Drew Edwards 

m 

4809 Coaaty street 
Portsmoelh, VA 
la Cteneerr «C-77-1622 
. TMi day came Richard 
Bdvard 0»a>tley aad Mar- 
liratEliaabettllaatle 
jwartMir, P etffiftiers, aad 
•apNteaftad timt tlm direct 
ef tMt praeeedtag te to et- 
ieet theSofttoaotftm above 
aaaied laCul Lewte Drew 
Edwarda. by Richhrd Ed- 
ward Swtfttey aad Margar- 
et EUaabettHastteSwarUey 
Mubaad aad wife, aad af- 
fidavit hatter bde* made 
aad filed ttait Newttt Drew 
Bdwardsi ID. a aatAral 

Creat dt aaid chUdfrea), 
a noB-realdaat of the 
State of Virglnte. the test 
kaowa pdat offtoe addreas 
beiag: 4101 Oaaaty Street, 
ponamaaoi, virgiaia 

It te tMnttew OrderM 
that tte ayd Newitt Drew 
EdwardSj m aiipear ca or 
betora thdJMh *y of De- 
cember, If77 aad Indicate 
hte/hwr tttftade toward the 
propoaai adMlaa, or 
-therwUr J^fiaa a*ce- 

»ry to^^^KMter- 
esttethUMr^ 
A copytatHH Joho 
Featreat, Clerk 
Br: Ptttl A. KsenebeB.D. 



And wu affidavit having 
beta made aad filed ttiat the 
dflfnteift te a noB-reskieBt 
of tte State of VIs^, the 
la^ kaowa pott office add- 
r«» hMi|: 151 Loi«view 
Drtve, Priac^m, New Jer- 
sey. 06S40 it te Qtderetf 
that Ae do 4pear on or 
betoe tte 3rd dif of Jan- 
aary, 1977 and do What may 
be aeoesnry tojottect ber 
iolerest te tMs soft. 
A oenr-teste: John Y. 
Featoess 

By: Patti A. Keenebaa, D.C. 
Wllteffl W. MeiTitt 
1218 Graai^ Street 
N<»lblk, VA 23910 



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court of file city of Vir- 

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RE: Ettri K. Broom 



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tt ^pearlag ttat a re- 
port ef tbe accomite ot Vir- 
gitfa "Arttonal tedc, JEm- 
i»to of tte estate of 
md K. Brocmit (tacMaed, 
Mid oCthe deMil^dramd 

to tte Cleft's (Hflce, 
■al ttat .rixmcatta baa ate- 
pded^aeette fi^ffieattee 
«a moUoa of MEnoittM'. 

IT u amsmmm 

ccedttttv ot, iffld all otters 
interested te, tbe estete 
do show ause, if any they 
caa, at 9:45 a.m. oa the 
8tt of December, 1977, be- 
tan ttii Court at ite court- 
room agaiaatthe payment 
and dellveiy tfthetttate 
to tte legatee s wifhoat re- 
qniriai retba djag b oada. 

IT B FURTfflER (ORDER- 
ED that the ta-egoteg por- 
tioB of tMs order be pdl>- 
liahad eace a week to two 
auceeaaive weeks te the Vlr- 
glate Beach Am, aaewnap- 

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ViiYlate Beach. Vlrftete. 

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mM^^Miv and fraMwaum 
Comai^oaer <tf Vtifli^, 
Petftioaer, 

GOTON ^PMENT CCMIPANY 
Sem: BM^te J. Levy, 
Ri^^ed^^nl, 
mieiMilBttMig, 
PortfB(Htt,/Mndaia; 
CHJ^^ GOfiiffiTtiU); and tf he 
be te«iai^,Us mrvli^ 
sptpte, if u^^ h^rs^ iiw, 
detHaees aad JdM4pMr.taBd the 
Uoi creitttws of 1^ ot said 
parttM» tf a^ ttoN be, uA 
all Oiler, gennasbavteg an 
iitter^mlhe ^ropeAy to be 
owitemBad by Ws proceeding, 
tbe wmes of all wUCb parties 
are ariEWwa to tbe pettttoner 
and are j^^ieded a^Uast as 
"PartlM Unkaown"; 
nd 

O.im Acre 4 Land, M(h« or l^ls, 
a Temp(Mtu7 Constm^oB Easm^ 
and a RnUaB^ Easement to tte 
RetoMflQB of Eitirtlng UtiUties, 
OB Prof»rty FroaM« ai Birdneck 
Road. Lymdl«maB<iDagh, 
Virgiida BmTch. Virgiate, 
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bi this iHw;eedii« tte petitioner seeks to aajjufre tf 
<KMitemnatioB the fee sim^e tttte Of a strip of land am' 
tai^^ OiOSO acre, atonporaryconsfrnctiweasca^rtaast 
a perm^eift easoiMt to the raloeatioB of aids^iMtt- 
ttes a^acent ttiereto, to uses and pnrpi^es of the pblt- 
tioeer te onneettai witt Ite iHVlect MMwa as:JM4«et 
V006-134^106. RW-201 (North ffirdaw* Road wMetttg), 
WMch uses tai purposes are acre partlcaterly de«»1bed 
te tte petitten and eildbite ttereto Ca ffie. te flu oiB^ 
of tte Ct«k of tMs court, to iriiieh retweroe te larMy 
made to a tell and accorate desci^oa ttereet; and 
for tbe ^voiotmeat (rf commtesionen to aacertate 
te^ compensation to tbe owners of any estete or iirterest 
ulhe property to be iaktB or affected as a result oi tte 
takii« and use ttmreof tq^ the petitioner. 

For racta purpMes. tte petitioner will ^y to ttt 
cflttrt. sittl« at Princess Anne Stetion, Yirdnte Beach, 
l^rglnia. on the 14th day of December. 1977, ht 9:80 
A.M., or as soon thereafter as petiti(mer may ba brard, 
to the app(datm«ift of commissioners to ascertate just 
ccwnpensattonasateresild^ * *. 

Abd ft ^ipwrN by affida^t filed according to law 
ttat the post office address of Charles Grtmstaui te 
udbwWa te tbe petitten^ ttait if he be deeeaiwd, tto 
nunes and address^ of his survivtng raouae; if uiy, 
bdra at tew, devisees and assigns, and ^ liencraSi- 
tocs of all of sa&l partial, if any ttere be, and oi; all 
otter persoos having an interest te tte propcf^ tobe 
coademoed Iqr thte proceediog, /ezcift GUMMk £qp#- 
meat (^xnpai^, are nrimowtt to ttm peflttoaer, who has 
beni OB^le to ascertate ttMdr names «m1 addrttsMi tqr 
due dttigeacr, ft te according Cffi^R^} tlM'|i| al6re- 
said penons <to appear wlttte fil^'W<%l<mfriHi 
piAlicatian of ttite OTder te die aerk's OHibb of Uf 
Circutt Court of ttie City (tf Virglnte Beach, l^glilir ^^^^ 
and do irtmt is necestaiy to protect their iiter^; 
and tt te FURTHER ORDERED that if any of the aaid 3av 
ptif^ims desii^ to assert any objectioa or ditanse to 
the taking or damaging of his i^uperty or to tte Juris* 
dictioB d tbe ajott to hear ttw case ud to proceed witt 
the 4)p(dntm«it <tf eommisstoners, be shaUfite Ms answer 
ud grounds of iteinse desigaatiiv bte interest te the 
pn^rty to be coodmnned, tte gr^mds ^f any ob|ect- 
ioe or dtfose to tte taking or damaging of bte tetereat 
or to the JmiadicUoa itf the court to hear thecase aad 
to proceed witt tim appointmait of commtesioaers to 
flie determinattoe of Just compeasattoa. 

^ottld aby sucfaowaer teft tofflehteanswer and grounds 
of d^tense as hereiniJMnre i^vvided, such faUure shall 
not preclude the owner frt>m appearing od ttte date set 
to the nipointmeat of commisaioaers nor from in«- 
sttitiag evvtence la^to the nluattoa and d^uge nor 
from ^aridg te ttm airard of Jaal ccmpensattoa accorii- 
ing to Ms interest therete or otterwtee {otrteeting bte 
rights, but such failure shall preclude su^ owiter from 
any otter defense by way of pleas te bar, abatement. 
(ffotherwlM. 

KELLAM, nCKRELL AND LAWLER, p.q. 
<Jam«MPickreU) <^ 

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VorloVL, Virglnte 23510 

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Ihe regpOar meeting ti ttie CoukU of the Ci^ of Vir- 
giMa Beadi will bebeld te^ ComcU CMMbera of ttM 
Atetetetratton BniUiBC, City Hall, Pi^^ws AmMStetten, 
Vfittete Beach, Vitginte oa Momtey, De^Mir 19,1977, 
at TK)0 P.M., at aUli^ time tte totowti^ ap^eattona 
will be beam: 

COHDrncmiU. use permit: 

miK^ia? ANNE B(HK>UGH: 
1. AppUcatioB (A J. C. AsiriairaU, Jr., for a Coacttttoaal 
Uw Pwnft tor Uie opaMtoa <tf a mltf -wur^m^ oa 
cwtete pn^erty located m ^ WmI sld^ ctf MUi 
LyaahavHi Pirfcw» begluiag at a petik vMtm ome 
m iMs Ntrtt (^ ndlud Ro^i riMlaga^^^^ dL^ 
im alOBg the WMt stie of Sntt Lymtfyii^ Parkway, 
tmm a disteaee irf 593.59 fert te a Itorttmstafly 
dire^m. tm^m a (tt^mce (rf 39la fert to aS^i- 
i^MIr tfrKttea,4«Mlii a^Bteaee «t 430 toM man 
tt l«te te a So«ttMrt«rty dlr^ioB, roMag a #Maaee 
fli «0 feM mme w less te a NcnthMotoly dlrai^eMi 
aaN rniMag a diiAuKe ti m um ^re oi^'tesatea 
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8. AnAicaUoo of Tbe Lynataavea United Mettwdtet Cburch'ff. J 
to a Condittoaal Use Permit for a church oa certatef ?f 
praperty located oa tte Seatt ttee of Litfle Reck Road .„;t 
begiwteg at a point 2S0 teet more or less West ot iter-:';"* ^ 
rte Road, runalag a dittaace ot 145.22 feet alcwtte o ;) 
Eartera property Itee, nmning a dteUnce of 69.79 teet ;,, 'I 

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a distance of 40 f««t in an Easterly dlrectioi, runnini 
direction, and running a distance of 330 tm mon or 
less «loA« the South side of Little Neck Rmd.Said 
parcel contains 3.549 acres. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 

3. Application of Harry E. Thorns for a Ccmditlonal 
Use Fwmit for a. residential kennel on certain pn^rty 
located on the North side of Landstown Road t^iunl^ 
at a point 821.04 feet East of Salem Road, rwHilng a 
distance of 293.78 feet along the North side of Lands- 
town Road, running a distance of 758.25 feet along the 
Eastern property line, running a distance of 299.03 
feet along the Northern property line and running a dis- 
Unee of 774.41 feet along the Western prqierty Une. 
&dd parcel contains 5 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOR- 
OUGH. 

4. Atollcation of Manas Corporation for a Conditional 
Use Fermlt for a miniature golf course on certain pro- 
per^ located 15 feet more or less East of Lynnhaven 
PaiiWil iHM^nning at a point 1350 feet more or less North 
at fmUM Road, runnij« a distance of 441.94 feet along 
the WKStem pr«|?(wcty line, rumji^ a distance of 265.68 
feet aMBK the HortMn property Um, running a dis- 
taiwf <tf S3S.9I feet along the Eastern prt^rty line 
and: runtag a dirtuKe of 410.51 feet alMg the SiNMiem 
prcMHf line. SaM parcel cmtaii^ 3.9 acres. PRIN- 
CES ANNE BOROUGH. 

KEMP^ILLE BOROUGH: 

5. Anlicatioo of The KempsTiUe Chapel for a Condi- 
tionil Vse Permit for a chun:h «i certain pn^rty 
located at the Northwest intersection of Overland Road 
and OMrland Court, running a distance of 256.42 feet 
alonl MS6 West side ^ Overland Road, runnlr« a dis- 
tance of 219.77 feet along the Northern prt^erty line, 
runiing a distance of 173.44 feet in a Southerly dir- 
et^tofti running a distance of 116.5 feet in an Easterly 
dirtcticit, rwuiBg a distance ot 150 feet in a Southerly 
dir«ctl0B and ranning a distance of 200 feet along the 
Noitii side of Overland Court. Said parcel cmtabis 
1.S44M:i^. (Keupsville Heights Area). KEMPS - 
VILLE BOROUGH. 

6. I^Ucatiott of Amoco Oil Company for a ConditiMial 
Use Permit for a self-aerrice ^soline statico on cer- 
tain pr^rty located at the Southeast intersedtton of 
IndtH River Rowl and South MilUary Highway, run- 
tfng .a diatence of 103.96 feet along fbe East side of 
Soirth Military Highway, rumiing a distance of 149.98 
feet along the Southern pn^r^ line, runnii^ a dis- 
tance of 109.01 feet aloi% the Western property line, 
nmning a distance d 120 feet along the South side of 
Indian River Road ud ruiming a distance ot 32.88 feet 
in a Simrttavesterly direction. &Ud parcel contains 16,000 
square feet, more or less. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 
AMEMDMENtS: 

7. MoUflB of the Planning Commission of the Cify of Vir- 
ginia Beach to amend and reordain Article 1, Section 
111, of tlie Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertain- 
ing to definition ol zero side yard setback line. More 
detailed informatiim is available in the Department 
of Plaaalng. 

8.. MoUkm of the Pkaning Commissi^ of the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach to am«xl and reordain Section 4.4 of the 
S^bttvision OrdUiance relatliK to lots. More detailed 
informatioB is available in ue Department of Plan- 
ning. 

9. Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virgiiiia Beach to amend and reordain Article 1, Sec- 
tion IQi, of tte CnniH'ehenslve Zoning Ordinance to 
estddish a R-10 Residential District. More detailed 
information is available in the Department of Plan- 
ning. 

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9 Lesl^ Bryan aelbamfe, Jr. reqn^ts a variance 
to allow the pailciq; d major recmMMMll eiiifaM&eHt 
in froit (A a bttUdiic instead of beUnd W) MareM por>^ 
tiM of a inimm «l)ae«tt toapobUc «N«t«n L<rt lit, 
Sectlm I, PeinMnfte Madows, 640 WUttl Chapd Drive. - 
BaysideBM^h. ' 

10. Sam F. and Dorothy L. Roberts ripest a nulaiMe 
to allow weml^ paridng <tf a c(»Draerclal veUde groa- 
ts ttiaft S/4 ton capacity in a nsic^lW district lAere 
prohibited on Lot '4, Block M« Section 2, Part 2, Windsor 
(Mks West, mi &uidle Rock Rmtd KempaviUe Borough. 

11. Nathaniel Krumbein re<^ests a variance of 6.6 feet 
to a 3.4 toot side yard setba<^ instead of 10 feet as re- 
ared (west property liM - addition to oisting heme) 
m Lot 10, Block 7, Ubermeer, 110 58th Street. Lynn- 
haven Borough. ^ 

12. Jack JacdNtoe requests a variance^ of iM tsat 
to a 4.97 foct side yard settack insteid irf 10 feet as 
remiired (sooft j^qierty Um) and of 19.54 Met to a 1A.46 
foot r^r jnrd adlacent to ttie Atlantic Oceanustead (tf 
30 feet as required (secoid floor addttton and deck) 
on Southern 40 feet of Lot 2 and NoMttem 40 feet of 
Lot 3, Block 13, Section D, Cwe Henry, 8106 Ocranftvnt. 
LynnhavMLBOTQugb, > 

13. Anna and Louis C. Good&rb t/a ViM^ Realty Com- 
pany request a v^riaDce to aOom patting in the reipired 
25 foot setback from both Thurston Afeiue and Baker 
Road on Parcel 28, Airport Industrial' l^k, northeast 
comer of Timrston Avenue and Baker 9oad. Bajwi^k 
Boroiqrh. 

14. Hartid A. and Anastasia Grainger hf James C. Hall, 
Agent, requests a variant of 8 feet to a 22 foot front 

fird setback instead of 30 feet as required on Lot 90, 
ract B-C, Section 3, &ndbridge, 2849 8. Sandidper 
Road. Pungo Borough. 

15. ^V Associate, Contract Owner, by Charles Jackal 
requests a variance of 2 feet in fence height to a 6 foot 
foice tastead (tf a 4 foot fence as allowed in a required 
setback from a street (Fre^t Lane) and of 5 feet to a 
20 foot building s^badc fromr Freipt Lane instead of 
25 feet as reqodred and to allow a perimeter driveway 
in the required setback from both Frf'ii^ Lane and 
Southern Boulevard where pnddbited on Parcel B, north* 
east comer of Southern Boulevard and Freight Luie. 
KempsviUe Boroi^h. 

16. Thomas H. and Nancy J. Graves request a variance 
of 20 feet to a 30 tooi f rmit yard setback instead of 50 
feet as required of Lot 14, Tract D, Section 1, Sandbridge 
Beach, 3316 S. Sandfiddler RMd. Pungo Borough. 

17'. Alfred E. Smith requests a variance of 5 feet to a 
5 foot side yard setback instead ot 10 feet as required 

2 rest property line-storage addition) on Lots 2,4 and 6, 
lock 129, VirginU Beach, 2610 Baltic Avenue. Virginia 
Beach Boroi^h. 

18. George Metzger by Wylie R. Cooke, Jr., Agent, re- 
quests a variance of 15 feet to a 15 foot rear yard set- 
back instead of 30 feet as required of a rear yard ad- 
jacent to the Atlantic Qcean on Lot 5, Block 13, Secti<m 
D, Cape Henry Syndicate, Oceanfront and 81st Stt^eet. 
Lynnhaven Borcntgh. , ^ 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPEAR BEFORE THE 
BOARD. 
W. L. Towers 
Secretary 

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

The Virginia Beadi Board of Zoning An)eals will conduct 
i Public Hearing m Wednesday,I}ecemD«!r21,1977, at 
7:30 p.m. la the Cotmcll Chambers, Administration 
Building, Mimiclpal Center, Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
The fi4lo«ing applications will aH>ear on the agenda. 
DEFERRED AGENDA: 

1. ^Deten-ed October 5, 1977). Open Door Cteipel by 
Frita Stegenaaa, Pastor, mquests a variance of .89 
acres to 2.11 acres instead of 3 acres as recniired for 
a dtttiUi on Parcel E, Windsor Oaks West, 3908 Hol- 
land Road. Kempsville Borough. 

2. (Qelerred Octo6«r 5, 1977). Westminister-Canterbury 
Of Htopt^ R^ads, Inc. by Sam Houston requests a 
imriaace of 90 feet in building height to 165 feet in 
hei^ iost^ of 75 feet as allowed and of 343 (m site 
parting spices to 343 patting spaces instead (rf 686 
partog ^ces as required (variance request amended 
fr(»i4previoos ai{|rertising) m Tract A, All of Blocks 
A iad B and ^kwed portiims of Ocean Avenue and 7th 
Street (13 acres), Lynnhavm Beach, autre Drive. Lynn- 
haven Borough. 

3. (Deferred November 2, 1977). James Beauchamp, 
Jr. recMMts a rariance to allow the paiting of major 
recreational equipment in front of a building instead 
of behind the nearest portion of a building, adjacent to 
a pid>lic stre^ on Lot 9, Block 5, Section 4, Wind- 
sor Woods Boulemrd, Kemi^vUle Borough. 
REGULAR AGENDA: 

1. Jfxtft C. and Anne B. Addington, Jr. requests 
variance of 5 feet to a 10 foot side yard adjacent to 
a street (71st Street) instead of 15 feet as required 
of Lot 1, Block 7; Section E, Cape Henry, 7016 Ocean- 
froirt: Lyuhaven Borough. 

2. Reiil>Mt G. Oanlal bf AsiAoa H. Pully, Jr., Attorney 
remits a rariance of 2 feet in fence hei^t to a 6 
foot'btttead of a 4 foot fence as allowed in a required 
setWck ttom a street (Parkwood Court) on Lot 24, 
BlQtk 2,3940 Old Forge Road, Windsor Woods. Kemps- 
viUe Boitwgh. 

3. Dr. B^iaard D. Packer by Grover Wright, Attorney, 
requests a variance d 5? feet to a 4.3 foot side yard 
aetUadc lasted of 10 feet as recpiired (north property 
line) awl a variaiu:e of 21.9 feet to an 8.1 foot rear 
yard setback Instead of 30 feet as required of a rear 
fuM adjacwt to tt^ Atlantic Ocean cm Lot 5, Cape 
Heitj P«g(»rty of Cooke, Gorden aid Hume, CapeHrary 
88(^O^Mfn}nt. Lynnhaven Borot«h. 

4. AfisUa L. IMliqr inquests a variance to allow the 
ir^Ing ^ major recr^tlMial e^Upment in front of a 
1^^ ttstea^ of behind the n^rest portion of a building 

adJ«Mt to a ^blle ^reet m Lot 22, Block A, James- 
tow* at f^ftehurst Latriiw, SectlcM 1,5555 New Col<»y 
;^^, KempsviUe Borm^h. 
f. ^eMo V. Guarin requests a variance to allow the 
tf major recreational e^i^ent in frtmt of a 
J tastead of bi^ind the i^trest portion of a build- 
ing atfjateat to a piddic street m Lot 19, Block R, 
SecttoB t, 552 Old Post Road. Windsor (^ks West. 
Kempiville Borough. 

6. John W. Bergman r^ests a rariance to aUow tiie 
parking of a major recrMtioul e^p#m«it in fnmt of 
a iBUaing Instead ot Milnd toe rarest portion of a 
i>uil«n| adjacent to a i^lic street m Lot 31, Sectiw 
21, Princess Anne Plaaa, 533 Nortb^ BethuM Drive. 
Lynnhaven Bdrmigfa. 

7. Alan C, and Lwli^ L. V^k ripest a variave 
of t feet in fence telght to a 6 foM face instead of a 
4 kfik teoce as altowed in a required sMtoek fn» a 
itTMl (Edwin Driw) M Lot 22, Block G, FosRun, 
47«f tJftet Oak Drive. Kwapwille Boro^. 

>• £, Bostie raquMts a nriance to aUovthe 

pai w»^ u. major mcmatMuI e^ijnwt in fmt of a 
MHte instead ot beUad the ^mst portion ot t 
Iwilim^rttaeMt to a ftm «tre4 « L£rt 7, UoekR, 
SectlQA I. Windsor Oiks t^, 3101 Old ^>st Court 
KemiAvUlc Borough. 



.. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARHakl gj U,^^«;n-„ -,^; ' ,„ 
,Yfhe Virginia Beach PUnnii|p9£omi^slgLl|l WaIu^ 
"'^"fublic Hearing oiP*a*sdar»ftmb^ ll^l^jCatTw 

No(w in the Council Chambers of the Administration 

Building, Princess Anne Courthouse, Virginia Beach. 

Virginia. The following ai^lications will appear on 01% 

agenda: 

REFEnRRED BACK TO PLANNING COMMISSION BY 

CITY COUNCU. ON OCTOBER 17, 1977: 

1. Petition ot James E. Baylor for a Change of Zoning 
District Classification from R-9 Residential Townhouse 
District to A-3 Apriment District on certain pnqierty 
located on the West side of Pleasure House Rmidbe- 
ginnii% at a point 100 feet North of Brigadooo Drive, 
running a distance of 100 feet along the West side of 
Pleasure House Road, running a distance of 445 feet 
more or less along tbe Northern property line, running 
a distance of 40 feet along the Western property line 
and running a distance of 435.61 feet along the Southem 
property line. Said parcel contains .85 acre. BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

REFERRED BACK TO PLANNING COMMISSION BY CITY 
COUNCIL ON NOVEMBER 7, 1977: 

2. Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amoid and reordain Article 1, Sec- 
tion 111, of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance per- 
taining to definition of zero side yard setback line. 
More detailed information is available in the Department 
of Planning. 

3. Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to ameiKl and reordain Section 4.4 of 
the Subdivision Ordinance relating to lots. More detailed 
information is available to the Department of Planning. 
4; Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordato Article 1, Sec- 
tion 102, of toe Comprehensive Zonii^ Ordinance to es- 
tablish a R-H) Residential District. More detailed infor- 
mation is available in the Department of Plaiming. 
DEFERRED 60 DAYS BY PLANNING' COMMISSION OH 
OCTOBER 11, 1977: 

5. Petition l)y mi^n of the Planning Commission of toe 
City of Virginia Beach to establish an Historic and Cul- 
toral District on certain property located on the South . 
side of Virginia Beach Boulevard beginning at a fctsA 900 
feet more or less East (tf Groveland Road, running a 
distance of 946.54 feet along toe Souto side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, rannii^ a distance 150.62 feet to a 
Southerly direction, running a distance of 162.82 feet 
to an Easterly direction, ranning a distance of 26.24 
feet to a N<vtberly direction, runnii% a distance of 
50.68 feet to a Northeasterly direction, running a dtotance 
of 669.3 feet to a Southeasterly direction, running a 
distonce of 1063.7 feet in a Southwesterly directicHt, 
runnii% a ^stance of 698 feet in a Nortowesterly direc- 
tion and n^ttg a distance of 1203.78 feetal<»ig toe Wes- 
tern fH-operty Une. Sato parcel contoins 34.843 acres. 
Plato vito BMMre (^tailed information are available to toe 
Dqiartmeat ni Plaining. (Princess Anne Plaza-GroveUnd 
ParkB^e HavM Anas). LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

6. Petition of WiUiam W. Rot)ertson, Pearl Inez Robert- 
.son and Picxieer ^or and Lok for a Cha^e of Zoning 

District Classiflcation from 0-1 Ofttce Dtotrict to B-2 
Commudty-^islness District m certato property located 
on the East side of HoUand Road beg^ii« at a potnt 
730 feet more or less Souto of StoMshore Rud, nnning 
a distance of 197.68 fe^ alM« the East aide of Hidland 
Road, running a dtotance ol 766.03 feet to a Nortteasterly 
direcUim, running a distance of 154.77 feet to a North- 
w^teriy (ttre^ton ai^ running a distance of 696.70 
feet to a Soutow»terly direcUM. Said parcel coi^ins 
2.64 acres. PRINCES ANNE BOROUGH. 

7. Application of PtMeer Stor ajid Lok, a Virginia Limited 
PartaenUp, for a Ccwdittoaal Use Permit for niai- 
wareiwwM m certain property located on the East sMe 
of HoltoMl Mad begimring at a point 7^) feet more or teas 
SMto oi ^Nwshmre Road, nMing a distonce oi 171.88 
feet along toe East side of Htdland Ro«i, i^otog a dto- 
toace oi 1UM fert to a Nw^Msterly dimctloi, ramlng 
a distance of 154.77 feet to a Northwesterly direcflm and 
ro^ a distm:e (rf 6I6.TO fert to a &)Mw«rterly 
directton. Said parcel owtoiis 2.64 acres. PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

8. i^lcatkm of Wnm L. Owrstmet tw a CMditlMtal 
Use Pwmit tor a iwlk ston^e fiTi m eeitoto pn$erty 
located on tte North sMe oi Lamfc^vn Wmi hegUa^^ 
at a p^ 618.W feM Eutt tf Priaewt A^ l^Mi, nn- 
mt a (ttstai^e erf 74.40 feet along the Noittri<to«l 
Landstown Baa, rvmiag a tfstoMe tl linM fo^ atorig 



m^Mter^^5ert^!toe^i3ml^^3s5Sce<T7no 
f«it i4«K the Mortharo property line and running a dis- 
taace of 1127.03 fMt tioag the Western property Une. 

reel coatatos 1.92 acres. PRINCESS AKNE 

IH. 

lAR AGENDA: 

ISION VJkBIANC|: 

9. Stftdivision Variaucii: kppeai from Dectsions of Ad- 
m^itrative Offtoera to n^ni to certaia tiemaato of 
tha.SuMivlsioa Ordinance, Sididivlaioii for Hasty Parry 
and Mary B. Perir. Pn^er^ located m toe W(»t side 
of Oceana Boulevard, Souto of Ocean CUtnton Street, 
Plata with more detaitod information are avalbble to 
the DeiMrtment of Planning. 

10. Subdivision Variance: Ai^^l from Deci8i(»8 of Ad- 
mtnistrative Oncers to regard to certato etotoei^ oi 
the Subdivision OrdtoaiMse, Sididivisiw for Willai^ P. 
Whitehurst. Property iMated on the West stoe of Prin- 
ems Anne Road, 1109 iMt Souto of iQdiafl River J^Md. 
ratts with more detaUld information are available in 
tlMDepartmrat of Plawdag. 

CHANGE OF ZONING 0STRICT CLASfflFlCATlON: 
U. Petitiwi ot Bdnney'a Comer Asaocijdes, a Virgtoto 
Gteeral Rirtnershi^, , for a Cha^e of ZmUng District 
Classification from R^8 Residential District to B-2 
Conmunity-Business District on certain prqierty located 
ai West side of Ke^ville Road beginnii« at a potot 
2BI> feet Norto of todian River Road, rtmning a distonce 
Of 1642.05 feet more or less along toe West side of 
Ktmpsville Road« runn^ a distance of 330 feet more or 
I4f|a along toe Wisst side of Whitehurst Landing Road, 

3 ling a distance ot 318.05 feet in a Soutowesterly dir- 
on, running a dlstoace of 114.78 feet in a Nortoerly 
direction, nuoing a dUiance of 717.95 feet in a Souto- 
VMterly direction, ruhidng a distance of 1131 feet to a 
Siitherly direction, running a distonce of 1560.89 feet 
tw>re or 1#8S along toe North side of Indian River Road, 
ruaning a distance of 118.71 feet in a Northerly direc- 
tion, running a (Ustimce of 46 feet in an Easterly dir- 
ection, mnidng a distance of 100 feet in a Northerly 
^lection and running a distance of 199.56 feet in an 
ii^sterly direction. Said parcel contoins 57 acres. 

SsiiPsviLLE BcmouGiT 
. Petititm of Lusiter and Assoctotes, Inc., for a 
Change of Zoning District Classification from B-l Busi- 
inss-Resi^ntial District to A-1 Apartment District on 
ihtftaln projperty begiiming at a point 150 feet North of 
toe intenection of Level Green Boulevard and Drew 
Drive, running a distance of 375 feet along toe Western 

Sriqterty IJ^ running a distonce of 86 feet along toe 
ortbem pif^rty line, running a distonce of 531.17 
feet along the Eastern pn^rty line, running a distance 
of 138.89 leet along the Norto side of Level Green Bou- 
levard, Tunning a dtotance of ISO feet more or less in 
a Nortowesterly direction and running a distonce of 180 
feet more or less in a Westerly direction. Said |»rcel 
c(mtoins 2.508 acres. (Level Green Area). KEMPS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 

13. Petition of W. B. Gallup, D. D. Gallup and Wayne 
Sheffy for a Change of- Zoning District Ctossification 
from A-1 Apartment District to B-2 Community-Busi- . 
ness District on certaia property located at toe North- 
west inter-sectton of Old Virginia Beach Boulerard 
and Birdneck Road, runnii% a distance of 394.53 feet 
alcmg the West side of Bintoeck Road, running a dis- 
tance of 175.30 feet along the Northern property line, 
running a distadce of 353.73 feet along the Western 
property Une) running a distance of 164.84 feet along' toe 
North side of Old Vir^nto Beach Boulevard, and run- 
ning around a curve a mstance of 18.33 feet. Said parcel 
contains 1.9 acres. LYiqmAVEN BOROUGH. 

14. Petition of David G, Barnes and Charted J. Bunn for 

-'Ot ChMge of'fleiAiirQA«|||<$'#tosih(^tix^HNii-R'4» ^ 
"Residential Oi^rict terll^jliadeBtial Distrtot on cer- 
tato liroperty located at the Northwest intersection of B 

Street and Bari^lrton Drive, nmning a distance of 100.94 
feet aloag the jl^est side of Barberton Drive, running 
a dista^e Of tl8.39 feet alow toe Northern pnq>erty 
Itoe, running a distance of 127.93 feet along toe Western 
pnqperty Uhe aiid running a distonce of 189.88 feet atong 
toe N(Hlh side of B Street. Said parcel contoins .53 
acre more or 1«bs. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
11 P^ttioa of 'Hutchesen Realty, toe, for a Change of 
2(^ng I^strict^Classilleatitm from R-8 Residential Dis- 
trict ro 0-r Office Dtotrict on certain property located 
OB toe South side, of New Providence Road beginning at 
a point 270 leet East of Beryl Avenue, running a distonce 
ol 92.80 fiet along the Souto side of New Providence 
Roaid, mnaing a distance of 78.83 feet in a Soutoerly 
dlfectiim, ruming a distance of 76.80 feet in a Souto- 
westerly direction, running a distonce of 109 feet to a 
Northwesterly directton, and running a distance of 95 
feet to a Northeasterly direction. Said parcel contotos 
.33 acre. (Avalon HUto Area). KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

16. Petition of Virginia Beach Holding Corporation for a 
Chaagfe or Zoning District Ctossificaaon from H-1 Hotel 
District to 0-1 (mice District on certato pn^rty located 
on toe North side (d Laskin Road begiiming at a potot 
95.81 feet East of Cardinal Road, running a dtotance of 
1189^63 feet aloig th^ North side of Laskto Road, run- 
ning a dtatanc* d 304.43 feet along toe Eastem property 
Itoe, ntoning a distance of 958.69 feet along toe Northem 
property USoe and running a distonce of 223 feet along toe 
WiMeiV property line. Said parcel ccmtatos 5.93 acres. 
(Birdneck Point Area) LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

17. PetitioQ olJ. RolfeGrlffiaforaChai^ of Zoning Dis- 
tri^ Classification from R-6 Residenttol District to B-2 
Cotomiliilty-Bustoess District on certato pr<^rty located 
on ilia North side of Providence Road beginnii^ at a potot 
500 feet West of Lord Duamore Drive, ruaning a dtotonce 
of 279.ti feet along the North side of Providmce Road, 
rum^ a distaace of 289.11 feet along toe Western 
profMirty line, ruaaing a dlstoace of 284 feet atong toe 
Nortbara prqjierty line and running a distonce of 
289.11 feet along the Eastern property line. Said parcel 
conftjns 1.86 acres more or less. KEMPSVILLE BOR- 
OUGH. 

18. Petftton of W. J. Moore for a Change of Zoning Dto- 
trict Claaaification from R-5 Residenttol Dtotrict to B-2 
Comiiiliito-Btisiness District on certato jnttperty located 
at theV<Nvieast totersection of Newtowa Rmd and Larry 
Avem^ roaatog a distance of 140 feet along the Norto 
sitto 9t hMTTj Avemie, running a distance of 150 feet 
along tta^Eastera property line, running a distonce of 140 
feet atoeg the Nortoera on^wrty Itoe and ruaning a 
dtstaaet S ISO feet along the East sMeof Newtown 
Road. 8*14 parcel coirtaias .48 acre. (Fair Mea- 
dows Area). BAiran)E BOROUGH. 

19. PetWoo oi Harry and Viola Richmond for a Change 

of ZoQlat District CUssificatioa fr(»n I-l L%ht Industrial 
Distriy^ to R-8 ResidMttol Dtotrict on certato prtqperty 
locatMl .m the West ^de of Lcmdon Brb^e Road be- 
ginaiat^Ml a pdat 500 feetSouto of Smto Adveatore 
Trail, tprint a dlstaaee tf 241 .33 feet alo^ toe West 
side MmMOB Brl^e Itoad, ruaaint a<ttstaiice of 750 
fe^ tBo^pmUrly 4r«etioa, runmag a dt^aace of 
849.H Mia a Sourly directioa, n^iiag adtotaace 
of 179^^^ to a Weatvly lUrectiw, ranntoga dto- 
taace o^^7 feet to a IfortowesterlydJ^fdion.jnnalng 
a dlstaiM itf 2^.33 liet to an Easter^ direction, run- 
Btog a d^^utoe oi 230.11 feet to a Nortoerty directlM, 
rMiidngl balance <a 1)3.63 feet to a Weaterly direction, 
runidgX ^stance of 109.20 feet to a Nortowesterly dir- 
eettoa, HMag a distonce of 113.% feM In a Northerly 
(ttrection^ntfag a distance of 312.59 feet toa Norto- 
naterltftofctioa,) rmdeg a stance ottlQ feet to an 
Easterly pfa^ton, nuiing a dlstanee of 213.49 feet to 
a »wtMV mn^^m^ rw^at a distance tf 210.23 feet 
to an ^^ly dbreotidh, nmni^ a dtotonce of 219.14 
tm^ to i^^jMlli^ty tfr^rtion, ranning a dtotonce of 138 
fc^ to^ j^t«1^ iUvetioa, runoing a distance of 
IM.M mkm a RwW^iMrectiw, ruud^a dtotonce 
oi M8 Mb a SnMUHjt ittiw:tion, nmli« a dtoto^ 
of 6ll.ll|M to M liMMflyttnetloBt roMnga diatoMe 
of U4S.a feet in aa teutoerty Mrectite and ranntoga 
di^w» ^, 1791.99 feet in an Sisterly direction. Said 
paml etti^BS ^ aeres more or toss. (Nottu^toim 
e^tes ANa). LYM^VEN MROIKSH. 



10. PeUtoxi of Wiltord P. and Qerottir S. WUttinrM 
for a Change <d Zo^ng District ClaaaiflciAon from Mi- 
1 Agrieulraral Diatriet to B-i Commnlto-Buatoess 
tnstrict on eartato property located on the Wcstt Ms oi 
Princwia Aaae Road begiudag at a potot 1109 f^ more 
or less jlt)^ (rf.todiaa Slin»- JRo«i, rvimlHg a Mt^a/fx 
oi 190 feet along the Wrat fM« i^ Princess Aime'Sdad, 
ruiming a <ttstance of 170faetatoi«UMSoutoera property 
line, ruMtog a distaace oi 150 feet tioat liw Westota 
property Um aad ruaaiag a distaace oi 170 feM alo^ 
the NoilMra i»xqierty Itoe. &iid parcel contoins 25,500 
s<pMre feet, PUNGO BCmOUGH. 
CONIffnONAL USE PERMIT 

21. kpiMoAioa ot WUIard P. and Dorothy S. Whitehurst 
for a Conditiooal Use #Permit for a gasoliM service 
stotion on rartain property loeated on the West^de of 
Princess Aam Road beginning at a poiirt 1109 feet more 
or less South of Indian River Road, nmnii« a dtotance 
of 150 feet along the West side of Princess Anne Road, 
running a distance of 170 feet aloi« toe Soutoera pr(q>erty 
Itoe, runidng a distance of 150 feet along toe Western 
property line and running a distance of 170 feet along the 
Northern int)perty line. &id parcel ctmtoins 25,500 
square feet. PUNGO BOROUGH. 

22. Application of J.C. Aspinwall, Jr.. for a ConditiOBal 
Use Permit for toe expaasioo of a miai-warehouse oa 
certato prqperty located on toe West side of Souto Ljma- 
haven Pajtway beginning at a point 1030 feet more or 
less Norto of Holland Road, running a dtotonce of 70 
feet along the West side of SOuto Lynnhaven Parkway, 
running a distance of 593.59 feet in a North-westerly 
direction, running a distam;e of 393.65 feet to a Souto- 
westeriy directi(m, runaiag a distance of 430 feet more 
or less to a Smitheasterly dlrectioB, ruaaing a dttstonce 
of 430 feet more or less in a Northeasterly direction 
and ruaaing k distaace of 225 feet more or less to a 
Southeasteriy directioa. Said parcel contains 4.05 acres 
more or less. (The Lakes Area). PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

23. Application of Charles R. Pitte, T/A Attontis Realty 
Agent for V.A. Keathley for a Conditional Use Permit for 
a duplex on certain property located on toe Souto side 
of Detoware Avenue beginning at a point 90 feet West 
of Baltic Avenue, running a distonce of 60 feet along toe 
South side of Delaware Avenue, running a distance of 
100 feet along the Western property Itoe, running a dis- 
tance of 60 feet along the Smrthern property line aad 
running a distance of 100 feet along toe Eastem pTo/perij 
Itoe. ^d parcel contains 6,000 square feet. (Shadow- 
lawn Heights Area). VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 

24. Anilicatlon of Coamar Corporatim for a Conditional 
Use Permit for a mini-warehouse on certato pn^rty 
located on toe South side of Virginia Beach Boulevard 
beginning at a point 600 feet West of Highway Lane, rua- 
ning a distance of 210 feet along the Souto side of Vir- 
ginia Beach Boulevard, running a distonce of 313.09 
feet along toe Western property line, running a distance 
of 210 feet along the Soutoern property line and running 
a distance of 313.09 feet along the Eastern pro^rty 
Itoe. Said parcel contains 1.44 acres. (Oceana Gardens 
Area). LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. - . 

25. Application of Open Door Chapel for a Conditional 
Use Permit for a church on certain property located 
on the South side of Virginia Beach Boulevard beginning 
at a point 700 feet east of East Groveland Road, runnii^; a 
distonce of 200 feet along toe ^outb side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, running a distance of 1205.34 feet 
along the Eastern prqperty line, running a distonce of 
1324.04 feet along the Southern property line (Northern 
boundary of Noriolk Soutoem Railway), running a distance 
of 462.57 feet along toe East side of Grovetond Road, 
running a distance of 506.70 feet to a Northeasterly 

^' 'direction, running a distance of 300 feet in an Easterly 
""direction, running a distance of 64.50 feet toa Nortoerly 
direction, running a distance of 200 feet to an Easterly 
direction, ranning a distance of 175 feet in a Soutoerly 
direction, running a distance of 236.85 feet to a North- 
easterly direction and ruaaing a distonce of 208.90 
feet to a Northerly direction. Said parcel contotos 
25.63 acres. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

26. Application of Joseph A. Bement and Assigns for a 
Conditional Use Permit for a duplex on certoin pro- 
perty located at toe Soutoeairt totersection of 9to Street 
and Mediterranean Avenue, running a distonce of 60 feet 
along the south side of 9th Street, running a distonce of 
100 feet along the Eastern property line, running a dis- 
tance of 60 feet along the Soutoern property line and 
running a distance of 100 feet along toe East side of 
Mediterranean Avenue. Said parcel contotos 6000 square 
feet. (Shadowlawn Heights Area). VIRGINLl BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

27. Ai^Ucation of The Lynnhaven United Metoodtot 
Church for a Conditional Use Permit for a church on 
certain property located on toe Souto side of Little 
Neck Road beginning at a point 250 feet more or less 
West of Harris Road, runniD^ a dtotonce of 145.22 feet 
along the Eastem pr<q)erty line, running a distance 
of 69.79 feet in a Southwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 257.40 feet in a Westerly direction, nmidng 
a distance of 101.50 feet to a Soutoerly direction, run- 
ning a distaace of 263.50 feet to a Soutowesterly dir- 
ectim, running a distance of 536 feet al<M)g toe Western 
property Itoe, ranning a distance of 101.67 feet in an 
Easterly direction, running a distonce of 50.39 feet to 
a Soutoerly direction, ruimiag a distaace of 40 feet to 
aa Easterly direction, ranning a distonce of 44 fef^ 
more or less to a Northerly direction, and running a 
distance oi 330 feet more or less along toe Souto 
side (rf Little Neck Road. Said parcel contoins 3.549 
acres. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

STREET CLOSURE: 

28. An>llcation of toe City of Virginia Beach for toe 
discontinuance, closure and abandonment of a portion 
of Washington Street beginning at toe Northern bound- 
ary of 19th Street, running a distonce of 251.11 feet 
along the Eastem property line, runnii^ a dtotamse of 
35.75 feet along the Norttera property Une, running a 
distance of 255.21 feet along toe Westera property 
Itoe and running a distance of 36.81 feet along toe Norto 
side of 19to Street. Said parcel contoins .203 acre. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

29. AppUation of GreenhiU Enterprises, toe, fortoedis- 
cmttouance, closure and abandonm^it of portions of 
McKinley Avenue. 

Parcel 1: Beginning at the Nortoem boundary of 23rd 
Street, mnaing a distance of 50.02 feet along toe Norto 
side of 23rd Street, runnii^ a dtotonce of 89.65 feet 
along the Eastern prqperty Itoe, ruaaing a distonce of 
50.04 feet along the Northern pn^erty line and runniiv 
a distance of 90.16 feet alcng the Westera property Une. 
Parcel 2: Beginning at the Northern boundary of 26to 
Street, running a distance d 50.02 feet aloi% the 
Norto si(te of 26to Street, ranning a distance of 196.70 
feet alcNig tte Eastem property lim, ruaaing a dis- 
tonce of 50.02 feet along the Nortoera prtyerty Itoe aad 
running a distaace of 196.70 feet al<»g the We^era 
pr<^rty Itoe. 

Pareel 3: Beginnii« at tiie Soutoern bo<mtory of 27to 
Street, running a (Ustaace oi 50.02 feet along the Souto 
side oi 27to Street, raaatag a distaace of 98.34 feet 
along the Eastem {otyerto Uae, ruuing a dtotam^ 
d 50.% feet along toe SOutoem property Itoe and 
miming a distance (d 98.34 feet alwg toe Western 
pn^rty liae. Said parcel omrtains .442 acre. (Pecu 
Ganiws Arm). PRINCESS ANNE B(»tOUGH. 
AMENDMENT: 

^. ll(ti(» ol tte Planning Commtosioo of toe City 
of Virgil Beach to amend aad re<Miiato Arttcte 2, 
Section 2M, (tf the Com{H«heatfve Zooiag Ordiaaace 
pertolaiai to ofi-street parking reqalremento. More de- 
tailed itformati(» is arailiJ>le in toe Departoa^ fd 
Ptoimiec. 

VMS vlto more detaltod taform^oa oa tte aboro 
ui^icatlsn are araiuyble to toe D^sartmeit of nan- 
All iGtere^ed persMs are invited to attend. 
Robert J. Scott 
Directed d Plaaniag 

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ouHm or publk;atk)m 

h tiM Clwk's once af tlM 
Circ^ Covt {d m Ci^ ^ 
Viritirit B«(A VA oa tiw 
23rtf <l^ of MvMber, 1977 
Cattfl^rwdiAUtsai 

PUMK 

RiekyOMrleslfiUorT. 
Dtfaatbui. 

Tke oNtd of tkU suit U 
to ^italB a ^fiifore* t vin- 
cido aatsiMoli btm ibe 
said d^ancbiA. apo* Oa 
froMMfei (tf «M yaar an?- 
aratioB. 

Ajri u dttdaidt tavtef 
i)MB Bad* and Uad yiat 
the dilniaiA*s la^ kaova 
post iM» address is 1714 
BetH Road, BtehMxid. Vir- 
glBia. and ttet daeiBUiaace 
has htea aaad hy aad an 
hahalf of tte idaiaUfl to a»- 
certala is lAat eamtf w 
eoiiKnratloB M dtdmhaA 
is, viUnnt tOed, tt is «-- 
dered flnt he do upear oa 
or before Oh Ulli da; of 
Jaauarjr, 1971 aad do adttt 
nay be aecesaary to pro- 
tect Us imerest ia Hds 
svit. 

A coiqr-Teste: John V. Fea- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehaa. De- 
puty. Cleit 
Tidewater Le^l Aid 
Society 

147 Graaby Street, OfOce 
412 
Norfolk. YA 23510 

VBS-11/SO, 12/7, 12/14, 
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ORDER OF PUBUCATXai 

Id the Clerk's (Mfkedtte 

Circait Covt <rf the City 

of Virginia Beach. VA., oo 

the 17th day of November, 

1977. 

David Jay W^nberter, 

Plaintift. 

agaiast 

hiAt Saaiba Lemer 

Weiaberger, 

Defendant. 

The dtject of this soit 
is to Obtain a dirorce a 
measa etthore,tohelater 
mwged ii^ a ittvwce a 
vinealo BUtriaaoBiifrBaathe 
laM iJifartiK. vftm the 
gromds of deawtton^" 

And aa aftidai^ havtat 
been BMde aad fUed that 
Oe dcfSBdaat is a aon-re- 
sideot of the State of Vir- 
ginia, tte kst kao«n post 
office address beiaf : Apart- 
ment Na MM. 1200 East 
Marttoa Pike, Cherry Hill, 
New Jersey^ QIQM tt is or- 
dered that dw do qpear 
on w before tte 9Ui day 
of Jamary. 1970 • and do 
what may be neo^sary to 
l»otect her iiderest in tUs 
soit. 

A eopy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 
By: Patti A. 
poty. Clerk 
JeroU G. WeiateiT 
1400 Vtrgiata Nat'l 
Bldg. P.O. Bos ma 
Ncnrfidk, VA tasu 



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Virgiaia: la the Clerk's Ot- 

fice of tte CircM Coort 

oftheCltyofVitgiaia 

Beach, OB Ok 2Srd day of 

Noveirter, 1977. 

bre: Adc^ttanof 

Christopher Antonio 

aiaad 

By: Henry IRBey aad 

Dolor«i Jane Hayaea 

iniey, AabMid and Wife 

PetitioBers 

To: Jewel CUftord Shasal 

1010 W. Oeeanvicw Ave. 

Norfolk, VlrginU 

Ttis day came Henry Wil- 
tf and Dolores Jane Hay- 
nes iniey, Petttkaers, aad 
represMlad ttet the (^eet 
Of this iKrocc«(8ac ^ to cf- 
fe^ tte wHtfii^ of tte tf»- 
oM aaiMd ttiut (a). Clffis- 
tophMT Antonio aaad, tij 
Beaiy Wiley aad DcAotm 
JMe fSijweM WQgft has - 
bHid and wtfe, aad! affl - 
davit haviag beea aiade ttd 
filed ttet^welCttftHtl 
aaael, a artu^ pareat 
of said chUd. is a resi- 
deal of the State ci Vlr- 
gUa, Oe lairtkAowB pnt 
ofllee adifr^ belar 1^ 
Wast Oceaavlew Avoae. 
gyftjk, lygiBia R is 
ttn^tfore Ordered ttat tte 
JcMl CllttRil Shaael 
oa or brtffe the 
IMh day of Janaary. 1971 
aid Mkats his attttade to- 
iw^ tte proposed aikfrtioa 
or ottanrtae do what is 
aaean^ ia prsteel hia to- 
tawt to flte Mtt«r. 

Mm V. rmtaw, am*. 
9im A. MiBahm DC. 

NHlaft,VA. 
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19^, at im fM. ia^ CohmU Ctttmbers. Aitaials- 
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da. 
REGULAR AGENDA: 

1. James C. Hocito reqaests a varia^M of 9 feet to a 
17 loot setttft^ tnm Bomiey Road toidMd of 25 iert 
as retpdred aad of 4 feet to a I foot aide jMrd setback 
i^ead .of 10 )eet as required (air conitttooiog imlts- 
east pT^rty Uae) on UAs 1.2,3, Block 2, ^ksEmdale, 
4136 Bouin Itoad. Ke^tsvUle Borwigh. 

2. C. W. WalUey rtoaests a vartence 6f 3feMtoa2 
foot si(te yard settadc tostead of 5 feet as fiwiired 
(fir cnadtriortag anlt - aortt pn^erty ttM) (» M 5. 
Block 2. Vb<ameer. S&id ^eet. Ly&haven Boroagh. 

3. ftorace L. Ntzon r^i^tsa variance of 10 iMt to a 
n ftwt aettiack fitNn Brodcmaa Road instad of a 30 
toot srthack as re<iaired for a thnni^ IcA oD[iot02, 
Eliiabeth River Shorn. 3465 S. Crestline Drive. Kemps- 
ville Borooi^. 



4. Carl E. Stewart requests a variance of 5 feet to a 5 
foot rear yard setback instead ot 10 fe^ as required 
(detached jnfage) oo Lot 1. Block 15, Section 8, Aragona 
Village. 4777 Stamvan Boulevard. Bayside Borough. 
i. H.L; Sbealy and B. W. Hdt^es by Grover Wright, 
Attorney, request a variance to enlarge ao exlstiog nQn" 
eonforming one and to eqiand the existing buikling (ice 
mamficturiq; and storage^ on Lots 1 and 3, Block 37, 
Virgtoia Beadi Developra«Dt Corporatioo, IMh Sb^v 
ami MedUeiranMn Avewie. Virftoia B^ch Borough. 
6. R. M. Letehworth, Jr. and Donald L. Harringtm re- 
qpnsts a vaHahce of 56 square feet of s^ area to 156 
«iuare feet of sign area per face for a crater Menti- 
flcatfeB idgn instead of 100 si^are feet perigee as allow- 
ed and to allow a tenant to be advertised on the center 
iitatfificatioo s^ where prohibited cm Parcels A and B, 
Kanpeville Square, HI S. Witchduck Road. Kempsville 
BorouKfa. 



7. J. Paul Lw±, Inc. tqr E. Kennett Day, Attorney, re- 
quests a variance of 15 feet to a 35 foot fn^ yard set- 
bade instead of SO fe^ as required of Lot 3, Hampshire 
QmTt Thomas Bishiv Lane.' Lyntimven Borough. 

I. Harbour Enterprises, Inc. by D. L. Garcia, Presi- 
dent, requests a variance of 5 feet to a "0" setback 
from the west property line (Atlantic Avenue), the north 
patjperty line and from the east pn^rty line (Atlai^c 
Ocean) aad (rf 1 foot to a 4 foot setback from me soutt 
property Uae instead of 5 feet uich as req^ed and to 
allow patkiiv in thl^nequired setbacks and to waive 
the required ludscwiog in the setbacks on Loto 7 aad 

8. Sqpm 21, Virginia Beach Pn^rty. 2l!tt Street uA 
AtkuMc Av«me. Virginia Beach Borough. 

9. Ridiard G. Kramer by Herbert A. Kramer, Attorney, 

a'fr^yaid settaci' instead of 10 feet as reared 
OB a Parcel known as Parcel B,nora side of Croatan 
Road, Croataa, Croatan Road. Lynnhav«i Borough. 

10. Douglas W. Shake re<piests a variance to allow paiic- 
ii« of a major recreational equ4>ment in front of a buHd- 
ii« instead of behind the nearer porticm of a buU^ 
aiQacent to a public street (Upperville Road) on Lot 1, 
Block H, Hmitii«too, 153 UHterHUIc n^rd. KempsviUe 
Borouf^. 



11. F. B. WUhdt requests a variance to allow parking 
in tte reqidred 10 foot setback when a commercial 
district MQoias resideptial or apartment districts rnortt 
property line) and to waive the required landscqung in 
this setback oo Part of Lots 10, 11. 12, and 13, PUt 
d property of J. R. Flanagan, Laskin Road. Lynn- 
haven Borough. 

12. ,C. Ray Scrog^ requests a' variance to allow parking 
h tte reipirad 10 foot setbadi when a commercial dis- 
trid a^ofna rwideaMal or apartment (Ustricts (nortt 
property ttne) aad to waive the required laBdacaping in 
thia aattad on Lot 9 and 50 feet of Lot 10. Property 
of J. R. Flanagan, Laakin Itoad. LymAaven Bonw^. 

13. VenoB E. Roi^ iieipwts a nrianee of 14.5 fed 
to a 5.5 toot rear yard attack instead of 20 feet as re- 
quired (detadied shed) ob Lot 8, Block W, SectioB 1. Hol- 
land Meadows, Benjamin Harrison Drive. Kempsville Bar- 
oogh. 

14. O. H. Oberg by C. Randolph Zehmer requests a 
variance of M fMt to a 30 fbot frottt yard isetbadc in- 
dead of 50 feet as required on Lot 28, Trad C, Sec- 
tkB 3, Trad D. Section 1, Sandbridge, 3244 Sandfid- 
dler Road. Pubro Borough. . 



15. Edward T. Baaeh mpiests a variance to allow tte 
paridag of major recreatioul equipment in front of a 
bniti^ iaateadof behtodtheMtfestptnUonttfabdld- 
iag adiacent to a pubUe dreet oo Lot 40, Mode A, 
Sadton L-8. Part 2, (bees Rim, 1451 Pda«tta Ardi. 
Prtacess Aaae Boroagli. 

16. W. J. Gwtry r^uests a nriaaee to allow the park- 
ing ot majnr recradisMa aqi^cal is firod erf a bdhl- 
iag hidaad of behiad tfea aearwrt ptHHoB of a buUdiag 
u^asHi to a putdic street <» Ld 14, Site 10, Sedtoa 3, ' 
Lake Etnri North, 5656 Datt«ton Court. Bayside Bor- 



17. CoBStaattae J 

low tte parfetogdaMar 

ot abafl^ laaliadef 

tor 
Piat <^fn 



M^ 



rMBfda a mrMM to al- 

mttamf equftwiad to frod 

tte asared pwrttaaofa 

Stead OB Ld 3, SM 6, 

Mvylaad Avenae. Vtrgtoia 



U. Waal's d Vkfta^ toe. raqpM^ a valine d 74 
svare tod d dpi aUawaaee to Ml.S aqaara ftod d 
dp aUoaaaea iadaad d 117.5 aqaam tod d dpd- 
lowwee as allowof en Ph( d a Mred (M.tf tod atM 
d Mrth Plaaa TraU) nortt aide d Virgida Beach Bode- 



varl, P.A. Jtoa A rea, UU Virgida itea^ Bodmrard. 

19. J^C AntowaU, Jr. fsqaadi a nxtum to dtov a 
periaw^ Mvaway to Oa »etiAr«« tf tod " ' 
btm ttt amttaaat pirqpM^ Mae Md to tt* 
M tod aatoatt tooBi tot aarthaad mm^ Mm < 
trniMm tod to wriNw tot fatalrad Buwicapu m 




SKI. 3»mn A. AUano,* jr. re^^ts a wteMe d m 
ft^ to a N fed itm yani stOwdi iaatdd d SO tod 
ha n^red d Ld 1«, Tiad D. ^ettoa 1, tndC, 
^tloa 3, &UKR>ii«^ B<»ch, SaadfMUer ^Md. Pn^io 
B<»on^. 

21. Barbara aad Gai^^ Pope requrate a witeMU dS 
fed to a 5 ftd siito yard setback instmd d tO ft^ as 
reqdred (uulh iropttty 11m) on Lot 12, BImIc 21, 
Croaton B«uA, Soutt JKHantic Avenue. L^^v«i l^r- 
ou^. 



22. Duaea Motor toM^ VUliam E. McCtorg, ArcMtod, 
reqaesto a variaB^to gttaw stack parkiai {nM) vfeei* 
pradbtted aadX^trtoaee of 5 fad to A'^aMik 
oi\ the oast pftp^ty Um Indaad d 5 fadia r^^ 
aad to wa)Tf the laBdaliidi^ to the raqdrad aam^ 
on the PivinioB Pi«pe^, Virgida Bea^ Davdopied 
Co., 921 Alladic Aveaae. Virgida Batch Boraw. 

23. Vinlda Beach Bade d Comnwca bf TIimms C. 
Broyles, Attoniey, requMts a variance d 7 fi^ toa 
"0* sdliack tor a ft«« ateading sign instead d 7 fid as 
requlNd d Lds U and 12 and easten 5 fed d Ld 13, 
Block 108, Virgida Betdi, souttwed eoraer d S5tt 
Stred and Pacific Avaaue. Virgida Beach Borough. 
14. Ella L. Webb, Trud-A and Amoco OU Co., Leasee 
In H. Cdvin ^pala, Atteraev, requeste avaxtaneed 4,000 
square fed d land area to 16.000 aqnare fed todead 
d 20,000 square feet d land area as reqdred t» n 
automoUle aerviee statioo on Part d a Pared of Wd)b 
Realty Co.. Inc., Kndib Hill Area. 848 S. MiUtory High- 
way. Kwpsville Bmrou^. 



25. Pecaa Jdd Ventare by Edward Brogan requesto an 
mieal to the iderpretotian d the Zoning Attoaldstra- 
tion (^cer in reference to off-site dicedlQad dgns 
(billboards) <» Ld 26, mode 14, Pecan Gardens, sodh- 
ead cttner at Rosemod Road and Bancrdt Itoad. 
Princess Anne Borough. 

ALL APPUCANTS MUST APPEAR BEF(HIE THE BOARD. 
W. L. Towers 
Secretary 



VpS-11/30, 12/7 - Zt 



J. 



ORDER OF PUBLICATKMt , 
VIRGINIA: In The ClerTs Jl^ce d tte Circdt Court 
tor the City of Virgida Bdich oii the 21st Day of Novem- 
ber. 1977. 

CITY.OF VIRGIMA BEACH. VIRGINIA 

a Muddpd Cnporatitn. 

Complainad. 

va. 

MAIKSARET JO^ES 






,uyti^ It^tiaiiG, ',uwuubJ:i 



and tte eoasods d ttaaa dtfaaitaBts. whose names are 

also unkaowa, JKlifttttdeadadnbedead. tteir surviviBg 

««sorto il any tidra b»^ the Miethnts' 

cUMren, if any ttera ba, thdr hdra ^ 

at law. noct of kto, deviaees. l«igateM, 

personal repreaoftativM, Ilea eret^tora 

and Uen eredtors d «^ hdra ixr 

devisees, and aqr othd* peraon^fw 

corporatioas hcnag a^' idwad to the 

Mbjed matter d tUa sdt, all d 

whose pMt office addiasses art 

coBudiddy adnowa; aad that all d said 

parttM are heratqr made parttos 

ddeadad to tlds proceeding by tlie 

goieral descriptioo d "PARTIK 

UNKNOWN", 

DdMdads, 

IN CHANCERY DOCKET NO. C77-1I37-A 



The objed d this sdt to for tte said Complainad 
to Mforee ito Ueo tor tocea aad to sell for tte payment 
d certoto deltoqwed taxes tte tollowtog-described red 
estate to the €lty d Virgida Beacbrvirgida, to-wit: 
A certato |^ec# or parcel d land dtoated to &kysMle 
KoqiaviUe Magtoterid Distrtd, to PrtocMs Anne County, 
Stote d Virgida aad described as fdlows: 

Lds No. 13 and 14 to Block No. 2 troating 40 fed on 
aecoad Sreet and d the daiensioos shown ob plat of 
the property. 

It bdag a pmrttoB d tte proper^ purchased by C. H. 
Foftress from E. A. WatUns. 



IT BEING EXACTLY the same pr(q>erty otoveyed to tte 
Detoadad h«%to by Deed from CH. Feo^Mftaadds wito, 
on Janaaiy 3, 1921, whidi nid deed to ddy recwded 
to the Office d tte Clerk d the Circdt Court d Vir- 
gtoto Beach to Daed Book 142, at Page 571. 



And aa AffidaiM having «e» ma<te aad tHed flat tte 
Deftndadt are udowwn aa to wh areabods , adArMi and 
toolka, aMoi# due dlHI^M tea ba«i used I^f aad 
oa b^Uf d ttt CMB^aii^ tta AMds, Eaqpl^aM 
Mtf momefu, to ascdtilh flto ^d^r d CeiplmMM 
to whM ttt add Dd^dada are j^sMtog, bd «^K»d 
eftod, ttt tod taowB pod tCice adftaaaea of tttaaid 
Odwiuto bdBK a/o Cha»y* Moata, lOM Chardi^iWil, 
ItortoU^ Vto^tt ttd im Vdl Avtine. Nertolk, Vll1^tf^ 
it to omi^M not fimjo m^ onorbdMvtte 
IM dqr d OtcMtoer, im Md ito whd may be neees- 
nrr to irsted tttir idtfiHto to ttds iM. 



ACOTY-TESTE: 

teaeaB. MUto 

AtooraQp d Idm 

«M VtifUte B^ BM. 

^f|^ Baatt, VMda tifft 

Ma T. FnMv, Peit 

Wfi 9tm A. WfaaOin.D.C. 



ORDER 

VIR^OA: to a* Cterk's 
(^» d toe Cii^ Court 
of the Ctty d Vlifiaia 
Beach, (m tte 16tt tey d 
NovembM', 1977. 
to rt: A^Md Melissa 
Ann Weaiw. aa Irtut, wd 
^n^ d nam* toMdissa 
MtUva Am fddSK 
By: R^ S. Ctotose and 
Gtorto Cldase 
PMtioBers 
T(h Ronald Raydood 
Weaver 

&uldy Brook OoadMiidum 
ISOOWittltoldAyeuie 
^arasda, Fkrtda 33»0 
to Chaacwry C77-lin7 



TUa day eine Boy R. 
Claiase nd cafiriaX:iatoae 
PeitMiwn. WBAns^tmS.- 
ed ttat tta oi^ d tUs 
proctettag tote ^ect the 
adopttoB d tted»ve aamed 
totod(a),MdtottAaa 
Weaver, by 1% R^ Ctotoae 
and @orto Chmu, touAml 
aid wito, ddaiMavtttev- 
ing bean ondt aad-ftlad 
ttet BoaaM Raymoad 
Weaver, a aatard pared d 
add ddid(»n), to a noo- 
resided d tte State dVir- 
gida, tte tost kaowB pMt 
office address bdag: ffiiddy 
BrodE Coadomidum, 1500 
Whtmdd Avema. Sarasota, 
Fto. 33580, It to therefore 
Ord^ed ttet tte said Roa- 
aM Raymond Waavurqipear 
on or bdora tte Mi diqr 
d January, 19TO ud to- 
dicate Ua/her attitude to- 
ward tte proposed ^option 
or attairise do wtet is 
Mcesary to prdect Us 
totered to thto matter. 
A copy tMte: Jdm V. 
Fentress, Cletk 
By: Patti A. Keeneten D.C. 
Alex H. Adktos 
P.O. Box 12571 
306 Executtve Bldg-Janaf 
Norfolk. Va. 23502 

VBS-11/23.11/30,12/7. 
12/14 -4t 



(»DER OF PUBUCATION 
to tte Clerk's Office d Oie 
Circdt Cmirt of Uie City d 
Virgida Beach, VA on tte 
l$tt day dNovemter. 1977 
, Joyce Viksne, 




rn 



Art'Viksae, • '^ 

Ddendad. 

Tte object d this sdt 
is to dnato a divorce a 
vincdo matrtmodi from 
tte said defendad, iqxin tte 
grooids d one year se- 
parattoB. > 

And an dfldavit teving 
,be«i made tod filed ttmt 
tte ddoidad to a noo-ra- 
ddent d tte Stote of Vir- 
gida, tte last known pod 
office address teing: 1644 
Avome fi,Sdieaectady, Nofw 
Yott, 12S08 it toorder- 
edttat teddad^raod 
da ' ttet tata m necessaty 
to inrded hto totered to 
this sdt. 

A oopy-Teste: Jdm V. 
Fottr^ss 

toy: Pattt A. Keenehaa, De- 
puty. Cla*k 
TMewater Legal Aid 
Society 

147 Graaby Street 
Norfdk. VA. 

VBS-11/23.11/30.12/7, 
12/14-41 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
to tte Cldfa Office d tte 
Cireatt Court d tte Ctty d 
Virgida Batch. VA oa ttie 
16tt day d Novemter, 1977 
RdMCM L. Wdib, 
Ptoidiff, 
agatod 
Dadd Weill), 
Defwdad. 

Ttedsjeddtidssdtto 
to dstato a di«»^ a vlaen- 
to mdrimodl fiwa tteadd 
ddndad, apea tte grouada 
doM year's co dtoao us St- 
parattoB. 

Ate an affitedt tevtog 
been nmda aad fltoi toat 
tte d^ntait to a teB'-re- 
dded d tte Stoto d Vir- 
gtoto, tte iMt kaon pod 
offiM addraas bi^: Route 
1, 94-A, BartoB/Se«tt(^- 
dtot tt to ordertd tttt te 
do ^pwr mv hdwa tte 
6tt day d Jnaan. 1978 
and do dHit may w aee- 
esnry to p«Md da to- 
tered to tttoadt. 
A eepy>Tadt: J(te V. 
FcatMis 

By: PM A. KetaAan, De- 
pi^,Ctock 
JUMSR. 1^^ 
P.O.BoalMl 
Vii^^ite Baaeh, VA 

VK-ll/»,U/IO.i2/7. 



VBHl/30, 12/7 ^ ft 



O^WR 

^^ fa tot OMk'a 

d tte ^ d ^VM 
Battt, oatttlltkttivtf 
l^v^toar, t^ 



to ra: Ad^itloo d William 

J^ (M»t Jr. and etenge 

d Ms aame to Samuel 

J^ome I^Bwto. HI 

By: Sunad Jerome Lewis 

Jr. and EUsateth Lorraine 

Auntr Ltwia 

vmkmrs 

Ita: M Oh (tola 

1105 WMtOeann View 

AvmM 

Itorfdk. VA 



to Chancery iC-77-1549 



Ttos (toy dune Samwl 
Jwrome Levia, Jr. and Eti- 
sdi^ LonilM Bamw 
Lewl^ Httttonara, ud re- 
presadad ttaA tte objed 
d thto iHwaadlflg to tod- 
fed tte dlqtUoa d tte a- 
bove natotd totod (a), WU- 
liam Jdm Ode, 1^ SunMl 
Jerome Lewto, Jr. and 
l3iidMftt LorrtlteBmd- 
Ldrto, httbaad dd dto, 
aad afttdtvtt tedog bedi 
toada aad fttad ttet Snk 
&i Gda, a attnral pu*- 
ed d aad ddld, to a 
non-reddH(t d tte Stoto d 
Virgida, tte lad tawwa 
pod office addreat bdng: 
UOS Wed Oeaaa View 
Avedie, Norfolk, mrgida. 

It is tterdbra Ordered 
ttet tte said Sttk CteGde 
appear on or bdore tte itt 
day d Jaauury, 1978 rad 
indicate htr attitode to - 
ward fite proposed adop* 
tion, or otterwiM do whd 
to necessary to proted ter 
idowt to thto matter. 
A copy tede: Idm V. 
Fentress, Cl«t 
By: l^tti A. Keeadam D.C. 
Charles E. JanUas, H 
804 Ptoaa Oaa Building 
Norfdk, Virgida 23510 

VBS-11/23,11/30,12/7, 
12/14 - 4t ' 



do appear oa or bdore tte 
29tt dty d Oaeambtr, 1977 
aad 4d wtet nay te aec- 
easary to prdad ter in- 
terest to tUa tail. 
Aeopy-ttite: JdwV 
Ftdraaa 

By: Patti A. KeeaateB, Da- 
pdy, Ctoit 
MnB. Booker. Jr. 
sm PrtMtes Aaaa Rd. 
PO BoaElM3 - 
Xlntoto Bea^ VA 28456 

VBS-ll/ie,U/2S, 
11/10, 11/7- « 



SHOW CAUSE ORDER 
Vir^nto: to tte Circdt . 
Court d tte Ctty dVirgto- 
to Beach on ttie 16th day d 
Novaidiar, 1977. 
li rt: tte Estde d Riduird 
0. MaaxuUo, Deceased 
CP#4653 

It qiptaring ttet a rt- 
p6tt d''ieamia*'d^?W!A>«>ii t^miat 
Uam< S.)ltoGantoB,''Jr. r l 
Admiddntor d tte Ea- 
tote d Ricterd D. Mas- 
BuUo. deceased, and d tte 
ddrts and dtmaada agatod 
Ms estote haa be« filed 
to tte Clef's Office d 
thto Court, and thd more 
tfadi dx montte teve d^- 
aed since tteapnUfieation, 
OB motton d imiiato E. Mc- 
Carddl, J^;» Admtoidn- 
tor, tt to 

ORDERED ttiat tte eredi- 
tora d, and all ottera to- 
terwted to, tte eatde do 
stew cause, if aof ttty 
can, OB tte 14ttday d Dt- 
eemteri 1977. d 9:30 a.m. 
bdore tte Jodge d tliis 
Court againd tte payment 
ud deliT«7 d tte Edde 
d Rldmrd D. Maudto,de- 
MaMd, to tte dtotrlbdeM. 
upon coBdttioB ttet re- 
funding bonds, te posted. 

R to (»U>ERED ttMt ttos 
Bdioe te pddishtd once a 
week for tiro meeasdve 
we^s to tte Virgida Beach 
Sua. a tmrnvpufm d gen- 
eral dreuldka to tte Ctty 
d Virgida Beadi. Virgtoia. 



ORIMSR 

Victfnto: to file Cterfc's Of- 
fice d ttt Cirdiit Court 
d tte Cttyd VirgidaBeaeh 
oa flK iStt day d Novem- 
ber, 1977. 

to Re: ADOPTION OF WIL- 
LIAM CRAiG STYLES, Jr. 
By: OtorlM Harvey Morpm 
Jadoe Curry Ctembers 
S^^ Morgan, 
PeUtfomra 

TO: WILUAM CRAIG 
STYLES 
6tf8Ladrec 

Houdon, Texas 77068 i 
C77-82S I 



THIS DAY came Cterlea 
Harv^ Morgaa ud Jadce'n 
Curry Chantoera Styles 
Mmian, Pdittoaers, and » 
r^pTMeded ttet tte objed r> 
d this proceedlsg to to d- -> 
tod tteadd|diaBdtted»ver, 
namad tofad. William Craig 
Styles, Jr., IqrCterl^Har- . 
v^ Morgan add Jadce " 
Carry Ctedters IRyles^ 
Morgan, hndatnd and wito, 
and affidavit tedng beaa*^ 
nude aad filed ttat WUltom^ 
Craig ^Ita, aaaturalpar-l 
ed d aaid ddld, toanoa- 
rwided d tte Stote dVir- • 
gtoto, tte lad known pcwt ^ 
offiM address t>eiw: 6458. 
LautrM, Huston. Texas . 
77088. • 



tttmrofore, OR- 

OBtED Milt tot said W9l» 
Uam Craig Styles appear* 
before this Court oa or 
before tte 10th d January 
1978, and indicate Us d- 
tttoda toward tte iHtipQsed 
adoptioa, or otterwist' do 
wtet to necessary topca> 
ted hto W«redtottd«iiMt«^) 
ter. 

A eoiqr-Testcr Jote V.:; 
Ftntrata, Cltrfc '■> 

By: J. Curtto Fniit, D.C? 
WiUiam R. Moore, Jr. 
1108 Ifarittmt Tower 
Norfolk, Virgida 

VBS-11/80,12/7,12/14, 
12/21 -4t 



^ 



ACOpy-TaateJdm V. 

Featress ClMt 

By: J. Curtto Frutt D.C. 

CRENSHAW, WARE 4 

JOHNSON 

1640 Viritoto Natfoaal 

BaakBaildtog 

Norfdk, Virgida 23510 

VBS-11/30,12/7 - 2t 



iMDm OF PUUJCATiOM 
totoaCtoift'sf^itedttl 
Ciredt Cedrt d tte Q^ 
d Vir^ Mi^ VA. 
oa tta Itt^y aflbvtiBbtr 
1977. 

Ptototilt, 



CteftototliMtFndr, 



Tte 
to to 



d ttia «^t 
a diwea a 



tte 



«^at 



Aad dl iMtoMt towtog 



ttt MMM to a 
aMtdaiVtoltoltaiMr. 

dfltot aiiMMittor. fm 




rtoli, 
lIMIttN 



ORDER 

Virgida: to tte Ctot's Of-:* 
fict d Uie Circdt Court d 
tte City d Virgida Beadi^ 
oa tte 22Bd day d Novem- 
ter, 1977. 

to re: Adoption d Alison 
Metera Dads 
By: Kattleen M. Davto 
Germain and Cterles 
Fraads Gennano 
Petttlonen 
To: Watttr B. Smtth 
1355 Meadow Avenue i 
Boulder, Cdorado 8(002 ; 
to Chancery #77-1764 | 



liito day rame Kattleai 
M. Davto G«inaiK> ate a 
Cterlea Franeto German^ 
Petitionera, imdr^iresed-i 
td thd tte d^jed d tdl 
laDcatdtog to to affed tti 
adiftioB d tte aliove aamS 
ed totod (a), AUmo MaheA 
Davto, 19 Kttttaen Dadi 
Genaano aad Charles ^ 
FnMis GenuBo, 
and vtoi, ate affidavit tei 
isf toleB mdto aid 
att Wattar t. Stotth, 
ttioM pared d sad < 
(3tM). to a aan-redd«t 
ttt Stote d 
tod toowa pod office i 
rasa bdag: 1355 MtadCM 
Ave., ladder, Odo. I^H 
tt ia theratee Ordered t^i 
tte said Wdter K. SmW 
VPttr OB or bttea tti| 
IMi day d MBtery. M 
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Tit^ If. Ou«rtte tad Clttf^ f. Fisk, two PlMfe Woriv 
D^trtBiMrt (PWD) pa^itf^ # the an>r«iitic« tntadBg 
pnfnmabDec.t. "^ * 

Tkue emiiloyees «ter«d ^ |pragraiii in 1974 and wUl 
haw tte dlctinBtlOD of belDf tne first to graduate imder 
tbe HAS Oc^na Apprentice Fr^iiram. 

Upoo gimAiatlon ttese mM will be promoted to the Jour- 
Mjrmaii level in their reapfiMfe fields of study. Curmtte 
will adMuMS to the ndttf itftlectrlcian and Fi^ to re- 
frii^nltlai and air eoDdttfOBtaf iMchanic. 

CwA^e and Vink trtll rwcMve their diplomas from Cap^ 
ta^ ICG. llcCanna, Jr., NA8 Oeeaoa Commanding Offteer, 
at a f^ttmouf to be held is tti» Public Works Department, 
2 P.IB. JOB FrlAijr, Dec. Z. Speaker for the event will be 
Commander Thomas J. H^mian, Public Works Officer. 




Trojr CirMtte, rtaetrtcal 
sloo, PuUle Works DvartMcat. 
JonnMqrmaB "wirMt." 



it§, iBalntMMiaea daW' 
a promotioa to 



Refrigeratloa and air conditiooiag apprentice, Charles Fide, 
began training for jonmeymaa in 1174. 



Extramural winners name 




The Winners of the first extramurals have been an- 
noi»e«d by the Virginia Beaqh Public Schools. 

Extramurals are held at the conclusimof each teachii^ 
unit and bring together the intramural winners from each 
of the seeonUiry schools. These evatto were held at eight 
schools with each member of a winning team being rec- 
ognized. 

The girls 5pee<fi)all touniament was held at KempsVUle 
Junior With bdepradra^ Junior wiflning in the Qnals. 
Memb^s of the winning team were : Laura Hadley, 
Terri Tolley, \;Cindy Clark, Mary Carol Lee, BethMcMalA, 
Helen Not^ieet, Stacey GilUlaiHl, Ann Croratt, Susan fflfers, 
^•Uey Bcnniett, DeU>ie Williams, Agnie Sheppard, Milly 
Crawford, l)d)bie Traynor and Stacey Gleg^. 

The b^» apeedball tournament was held at Bayside 
Jtmld*^ with L^tidMtten Junior defeating the host team in 
tl^ finals by a score of 7-0. Members of the Lynnhav^n 
JUior team were: Chris Poe, Chris Beach, Scott Thieman, 
Jim Gray, David DesRoches, Jim IfiKiioverD, Fred Rose, 
Tommy White, Benjamin Forbes, Tom Murphy, Dominic 
Hairston, Greg Goodall, Evan ^lyngg.^ li^i Xay. 

The girlS(l«|^iip;fiflkl hockfiwto|»^flii$,fa i| held, 
at m^ JniMjb ««ih|H#i|Miience Junidr,aiieitfh0«<anp»ii 
villf *Jtinioi^''Ut Bi#'<flnif'ii^me. lieirriilei^ of ijhe wittttinK^ 



team were: Renee Gavrish, Nancy Jones, Nancy Horvatic, 
ShamioD Malten, Patty Pendo, Lori Fischer, Joanie Kelly, 
Dehbi K^te, Meg Unchantitt, I^ Rail aad*Cheryl Sawyer. 

The boys begiimiflg flag looHnll toumamoit was held 
at Princess Anne Junior with the winners coming from 
Virginia Beach JaBtfla*, Members of the winning team were: 
Albert Crumble, Jay Meaghef, Bobby Allen, Kevin Mitchell, 
datld Bratcher, Ray KnigU^ Kelvin McAllister, Walter 
Scott and Sluumoo Olds. 

The girls adranced field hockey toumammit was held at 
Cox High S(diool with the home team winning in the finals. 
Members of this team were: Mamita Jefferson, Allsison 
Fisher, Rachael Soles, Cathy Pritchett, Vicki Swoope, Les- 
lie Zanetti, Dina Kincaid, Ginny Swanson, Teensie Butler, 
SheUy Wallace, Amy Heinbockell, Monica H^man and Beth 
Holland. 

The advanced boys flag fixrtball tournament was held at 
Princess Anne S«ior with Kempsville High winning over 
the home team in tte finals by a score of S2-26. Members 
Gt the KempsviUit team were: Doc Lavmann, Jim Cara- 
vello, B^ Hajes^ Bill Hapim(»d, Alan Flynn, Bones GH- 
chrest, jioim»iwuij^i^e McLeimoD, Donald Santos, 
Kevin Mason and Scott t^s0L. 

First Colonial won toe^ advanced girls soccer touma- 




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ment at Bayside High, aiemoers <» tnis team were: Mary 
Bunton, Judi Gamlia, Donna Defebo, Ann Segall, Donna Ma- 
jewdd, Susan Edwards, Kathy Brothers, Tricia Kessler, 
Sharw Statoo, Terry Hodge, Martha Bunton, Patty Lynch, 
J(qrce Elliot, Laura Goodman and Sbeliah Staton. 

The boys advanced soccer tournament was held at Kemps- 
ville wit the host team defeating Cox in the finals. Mem- 
bers of the Kempsville team were: Franc Lerclt, Mike 
Robertson, Mark Seaton, Rob Valentine, Terry Hess, Tracy 
Gilbert, Perry Clark, Jim Forney, Danny Doak, Joe Ribeiro, 
Jon Holland, Barry Sternberg, Matt Geekins, Darryl Ball, 
David Ball, Jay Cockrell, i^ike Lowack, George Thomas, 
Mac Briley, Tom Isenhour, Tom Murphy, Kevin Schrissler 
and Robbie Hoffer. 

The Tennis Tournament was held at Princess Anne High 
with the following winners by classes, ninth grade singles: 
Tim GrUnwald oi Lynnhaven Junior; ninth grade doubles: 
Kevin Kardier and David Colmie of Plaza Junior; tenth 
grade singles : Tony Benjumea of Princess Anne High; 
tenth grade doubles: Danny Brunner and Michael Lucas of 
Kempsville High; elective singles df Rick Rodriguez of Cox 



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schedule 



Kempsville High School's 
wrestling schedule for the 
1977-78 season is: 

Dec. 9 Ferguson High 
School, Home. 

Dec. 16 Norfolk Academy, 
Away. 

Dec. 17 Denbigh, Home. 
Dec. 21 Indian River, 
Home. 
Jan. $ N<H^ew, Home. 



Jan. 14 First Colonial, 
Away. 

Jan. 20 Menchville, A- 
way. 

Jan. 21 Bayside, Home. 

Jan. 28 Kellam, Home. 

Feb. 4 Cox, Away. 

All varsity matches be- 
gin at 8 p.m. and Junior 
varsity matches at 6:15 p.m. 

Coach is Keith Lowr^nce 
witk Ua assi8t«alH<«P«iaU' 
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Wrestling honor for Cox grad 



The n^ men's wrestling program at Longwood College 
this year is headed by cott Conkwright, an individual 
I well known in; wrestling on the Atlantic Coast. 

A fcwr-time state champion at Cox High School in Vir- 
ginia Beach, Scott continued his career at the University 
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He wrestled to the At- 
lantic Coast Cinference champicnship while there, and at- 
'tainsd a rankii« among Qie tc^ eight in the NCAA in 1976. 
^cott also boasted undefeated seasons in 1975 and 1976 
at UNC-CH. 

Scott's interest in wrestling may well be inh^ited. His 
father wrestled while in the Navy, and later served as team 



{rihysician for a high school wrestling team. Scott often 
accompanied his father to wrestling practice. This influence 
led to five years' participation in high school wrestling 
for Scott. He also was a member of the football and cross 
country teams. 



Scdit received a B.A. in Botany from UNC-CH. At Long- 
wood, he is working on his Master's degree in Siq>ervision 
and serving as an adjunct faculty member. Scott also teaches 
biology at Randolph H«iry High School in Charlotte Court 
House where he is the assistant football coach. 



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PUPnES - MIX^Dbraad. 
«BaU k mattaa, wkMabla 
aad ^jM, 1 Idack and 
vUta, 1 browa aad vfetta, 
4 fluJas and 1 Snaala, • 
waeka old. Fna to aa ai- 
eellent lioma. Call altar 
<:« pa - 420-44tt. 

ax PUPPIES Un brad - 
part baagla to food bona. 
Call 547-7363. 

FEMALE-1 YR. • WUte 
Geraian S^aptord. Go to 
homa with ao cUktraa. Call 
3M-04a. _^ 

PUPPIES - Uiree m^e, 
tto«e female, free to focd 
home. 483-171« R.C. it 
3044 B<miar Hir. 



ENGUffl IVY - aftw 4 
p.ra. -547-1951. All yea 
have to do ia dig it gp^ 

3 LORGHAIEEb KITTEilS 
oat of aze^ttoaal aodwr. 
Uttw fraiaad. Six weeks 
^. Oat of tiM wittaary 
kittew. WfU hoM for 
Christnas. To good bomes 
oaly. I females, 1 male. 
421-Si04 aft«- 5:00 p.m. 

DOG, FEMALE, 1 yaarcfld. 

lart Labrador aad part 

German Shqdierd. Real 

. good witk (AUifrea. FREE 

I toagoodtoaa. 4te-Mao. 

I FREE ORDM LESBOMS -■ 

i FREE TOP SCHL.Yoabaal. 
^ 420-56M. 

ADORABLE CALICO KIT-* 
fn—Biale, 4 moMs old, 
^ayfd aad coddly— needs 
a loviag home. FREE to 
rigid family. Call340-071S 
after 5:00. 

FCEE TREES, cut your- 

ffor firewood. tl20 
itvoodATe.Va.Beaeli, 
Call after 5:00 - 4B1- 
1 314L ■ 

I ELECTRIC Clotbes Dryer 
seeds some rqiairs. 547- 

i AIX»ABLE part beagle' 
r pvpy free to good home: 

! m-n¥i. 

f —. I — 

\ to lovisg bone. Sbe is 4 
Sn. (^ baa ba« ^ayad. 

» J« AKC rsfbtored aadpa- 
pers are iacladed. Call: 

. 497-7417. , • 

TtHtlffiRE terrio-, S 
years aid. LooUig lor a 
gpod borne wWi aldsrly 
I l^raoa or coqpla. C«U 
: 4gO-99S3 



Z FEMALE Fio^at, Mack 
aad iMta, ««ie aaiirlaad- 
ly. TO COW) aCME. Call 

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itkmMm, Va. BaMb U 
be li flag u^aaHotsaE- 
vial Mw. Mm & Mb 0SB- 
ttiriH far ate laiitiiili 
asMac Dae. Hlb * »^ 
Hwr? in m. 1 r.M. 
Is If P-M- MdSaadif 1 
P.M. - iP.M. Fna par- 
awril^ tarttag, fSMt 
spaataiaj. a^ aan^ite - 
aMata(«Ni»Ma(tta 
actlfltta plaaaad. We are 
loeatad tf SUttMadttara- 
aan A*«. Va. Baaeb. Far 
mora laformatloe«aU4M- 
SUl. 



LITTER (MP 5 GUDIEA 
Pfga. Free to good lome. 

48i-ig4s: 



AKC BK^TBUOGar- 
maa ftMbard/Jaatrafliaa 
Baata[. Faanle - tared. 
Baetiiaat watebiag. Frae 
to gaad 



yard. §41-: 



wIBi lane 
MI-tNT - 



1 aaad a hoaia. I am aa 
altofd, adntt, mala, Mack 
n| wbtta cat Iban all 
shBls. My aama is Bamttt. 
Fm aa oatakto eat, aad I 
bava a idea dl^aaitkn. My 
lhaily moved aad eoala't 
taia me Witt them. CaU 
4I7-71U. 

EKfflT (!) PUPFIB - Mo- 
tiwr ML Mooded Poiatar- 

s«-gri. 



-SOCWwlll tbepvseat-day 
order be rolled iqi, aad 
a aew oae spread oat ia 
its stesd." Baba'a'llab. 
F(H- a free book. The 
Baba'i Faitb. by Gloria 
Falsi, d^wradbymaU, 
eaU4t4-22M. 




atfkraitara. 



BABY YOQMG KABHTS 



give away to good 

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tREE TO aX» boma: 
1, 6 «k. old pqw. Mind 
veed. Prefer to ka^ to- 
•ether la^odboaa.CaU 
|43-6(»1 aflH- 7:10 p.m. 



CATS - two bUek - fixed 
woaU Uka to go tt pair. 
OUl <iM-75i« 



SMALL CACTlffi aaedUw 
UHl eattiafa - aaad ear* 
oalil TttnNl Tl^ ia ssHqr 
wiadow. Dirt aad pot aot 
to^idad. QlU 547-7»9. 

ADORABLE CAUCO kit - 
tea—mala, 4 aioalba old, 
playfd, aad aiddly--aaads 
a loviag bene. FREE to 
rii^t laai^. CaU S40-<nM 
after 5:00. 

3 BEAUTIFUL cats - S ' 
spayed feaule a abaaaa 
1 part Pa^aa) 1 aaaterad 
male ^aesa. Utter bos 
tralael Glvtog away tor 
baalttliaaoasrileed taae 
witboat cbiMrea. 4H-WW 

PUPHES - Mixed bread, 
daad docs, part 
aad cedc-a'joo. 
Vary 



4 YR. OLD MBJiUM Slae 
iog mixed teaad. Faanle, 
apayad. AU ttots. Laag 
JrediMi browa h^. Lovaa 
«irtdoers-aaads yard. Lft- 
jps chUdrw. CallS43-gltl. 



SAFE Schaol LmKfeaa: For 
free tadmaatiea ea toad 
saf^y, write tor a eopy 
of "Food &toty tor tta 
7aiBily" fn»i the SoA- 
■east Wirmatiai OiBgaL 
Jia)A, Room M, m 
•PeacMree SI., RW, Attoa- 
U, Ga. M3». 



% g-WK OLD papi 
bread - Prrtar to keep 
tonther to geed borne. CaU 
!«MM aftw 7:M p:m. 



fREE pqipies. 
isolbe- is terrier, 
^eir abota. C^ S45-i9« 

tdle'Sp.m. 

JOUR RIPFIB: Mliad 
read. Ready for aa* 
InoHa to mm w^. CaU 

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I'R&E - Faamla dof, g 
oU. SMdrittoa 
aadoaiitoOTs.^U 
al^SpjB. 

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FREf: tsMSMioldtoMle 
Labrador Ralriai^. Mov- 
tog m4 aHMt tM a toviag 
iu^topet. firatoroae 
toatlaa toxia taeai yard, 
am IMS Imd tie bagiaaar 
oatr. Qdim-IML 



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WXm wmsfl^ aaeds 
lo^ hOMiMbtoU tf 
room to RM MM idly. » 
Boaa iMtuade, qpajwd 
•ad baa dt Uti* Good 
«ipaMaa. FiaS to piod 
biiaM.»n.MR. 

FRi^ mt&ax Acn- 

vmiS-Sloif nd todwlBS, 
craft dayaaadpMBpet ibmws 
CaU (AUdrei^o-anitoa- 
tor, Paoy Fdrahaad at 

raSE 8T08Y HOtlS-tor 
cbOdraa to be^ worfc- 
iag pareats, tor cftUdrte 
agea 3 to I, aa Wa^ma- 
days 1^ 7 p.ffl. aadSiiiir- 
days at U x.m. Cbaaqaake 
Headqaartm Ltorary to 
Great Bridge. 




FREE 

sbqiwrd 
fMalaa. 9 
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FREE WOOD ' rrm M 
shad, good tor llrawood, 
csU 417-1111 or 419-0100 

S BBAVTIPUL fl'lTKIM^ 
I toiMdaa abd t malaa 
» ■aattaold.Hilf rtiaiaae, 
wttb aiamaae markt«s M 
aot eoiora. FRSB to aaood 
CaU 499-9119. 



FREE - "hn cats. Oae is' 
a scad bto^ tomato, ^ay- 
ed other to a adUd^tte 
Bttte, aaatOTid. Betb cato 
are vary gaMto. (Svtot a- 
way bacaasa of aUargtas. 
Heed vary lovtag boowi 
older eoi^ aretared. 
Call M7-gindtorSp.m. 



Ffsa to goad 
adorafeiaaad loviag, 
sea toappradato,^-9gl4. 

FREE CAT-six years old: 
Baa blacfc ttort bata*. IS 
Iba., baa bad Mnto, baea 
aaalared. TraiaeA to stay 
oataide dartog tte day, at 
al^ slaepa iaalda. Vwy af- 
toctloaate. Laavtag waa, 
free to feed be«M aa^. 
CaU494-9M0. 



FREE to a good botoeatoto 
part Aagora ktttia 7^ weeks 
<dd, Uttw traiaad..#iltdan 
Uver flwyoar approval with 
to reaaoatitle diaiaaee. 
Free tood aad Utter bos. 
CaU 547-8475 after 4 pJB> 

10 - RAT'S' RIGHTni! 
a Garaitt SMlbiwrd ptp- 
ies tbrt Ma ttcte aaad 
uviBg boBMs Vovaarimr lA^if 
Come take year pick! Qdl 
497-3g94, after 9 JO ym: 

FREE - 3 LoBf - haired 
Mttoaa to good home. 497- 
0795. 

KITTEIR: Matoa A Fe- 
aialea, S wks. dd, shert- 
baired. Bave 1 tortoise 
sbdl, t Mack, > solid 
wUte uM 1 orame kiftaa 
with blaa eyes. Alao aaad 
loviag borne for Itaiackta- 
aiale kittea, 3 moa. <dd 
sad 1 btodt aula klttaa, 
2 moa. old. 2 adlaa from 
Nortbweat River Park. 
421-9597. 

FREE PUPPIES - 9 wks. 
old - 2 aula - one tottale- 
CaU 425-0030. 

BUYER pnyrECTKm-if 

yoa're to the amrfcat tor a 
asad ear, tbara'a a firm 
tow to pnitaet yoa ag^ut 
odmaatar fixtog, rdltt« 
ba^ the mltaega coaator. 
Vrte 9nr ihi fraa ^IdCT. 
"CaamaM- ntatocttoaQa- 
der law OaWimper tog 
OdomatM- Law," from toe 
Mitoaal Blghway ttaOlc 

SevaBill8t8.W.,1lteiM« 
toaD.C. 80999. 



lookuks fob a buf- 
falo roast? OraaEakiaio 
eoBvaattoa? Or bmj^ a 
BieeUaf ol the Iowa Uack- 
Urd FadmUoa? Flad oat 
lAat'a bamwalag to Aaaar- 
toabyoKibtanfree 
auBbarionai-]lS9.ft'a 
the tearist s ^~ nnu m * 
friead. 



oofTA (aopt?? ne 

niaiMdarBMtorBBaiaete 
nvMiatoMi^iMltets- 
airt yae wra .year aea • 
a|MrinMaBa.Canli7> 
SW (9:00 - 4:00) MMIV 
• mhiy. IhA a« fear 
»ir*btoa;1t««aaB^Vato 
y«a, ,«a vfU atthM> m 
yoa wby er raiar yaa to 
prgpar ageaey wboeaaba^ 
yoa. 

•FRiEtoaiMtfMidaaly:. 
gaMMftStoaiaaaSaalPiiriat 
kfttaa. ante. 497-9990 - 
490-<»91. 

FBI»R«L tAX iitfrnaa- 
4iDB aad asalMaaca. CaU 
betmaa 9 a.m. aad 4:tf 
p:m. MqdWaa 491-1770.' 

FREEWEATHERREPORT 
l^to-tee-bear. bmatoa 
■Roads area toraeast. Dial 
939-1218. j_ 

KTITEMS: gtoawtokttteas, 
TiMv eoiwad. litter 

. 't.Yi. 3 weekaold. Free 

to » ud boma. 494-1096, 
after 3p.to. 



BE Om ntlERD- Adopt- 
aad gin yoar love aad 
boaaa tor oar aatmala. W* 
aeed yoer^be^ Porte • 
amatb BaBMae Society. 
397-9001 

FREE-1 1/2 yr. old male 
dog. Wxed bread, medtom 
siM. Good pat, irteadly 
aad plnM. Meeds piod 
boma «Mi toacadyard. Bas 
bad abpto. dfi-Sin. 

mX: 3 kKtaas, mate, 
lAlta. gray aad UaA, 9 
aks. to good Mne. 489- 
0479 aftw 8:00 fedtdays., 

FRQ MOVmRavary'Wad- 
aaadif at IfelO pja. at 
EiraUbrazy, 801, E. City 
ltoUA«a.,Mwlblk. 



AftUTBOH: Free Baa 
Idvamaanl is a aif- 
viea to aa ted jv^mh 
pMase eaU a aad apMi 
yoar-FRBtWradwhoa 
yaa have lliia a d ai 'yaw 
p ra dact er adtoaiL 
POST 9«r-«m 

9DH 4M-8«t 



VBlY afllcb^ate cat to 
«S?'.^«#8ix years 
dd. wtthaleicuycktoitt-. 
Baa bad Mtoto aai basbaea 
nMtered. Tntted to atiy 
potside to tkr &Kf aaf 
atoaps ii^da at ntobt 
Laaviag u«a aad maMftad 
a good Tkaiie. 484-93M. 

FREE Uaaif MVBf or aaU 
girt seoat aattorais. CbU' 
494-9008. 

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REED A eoatoNn^ miadaA 
apaakn* tor iMr dvto 
groap? CaU OO-felTl be- 
twaea 9 a.m. aad 12 aai 
Moatf«v tbroaiMrtoay. 



FOVni lOTTQIS - Very 
playftd, fiMbi'Vld. Free. 
0& Waig^m . aad 10 
■iM»1?IW-OM- 

3 adora^'uttaos, 6 weeks. 
Uttar-b«toe4 CaU 499- 
4358 aftw 9:00. 

DOG - 9 yr. oM ftale. 
Mixed terriar, boxM*. 
Lovaa cUidraa. tm. 493- 
004. 

■■■■ . ■ " " I 'I ) 1 .1 ' 

TERRIER /tuAdaaaOHD- 
bladiaad wbitomuldai^ 
short haired. 7 wadta. Free 
to good home. 493-1497, 
eveaiags ealy. 

FRONT AMD BACK i£ATC 
tor 71, 72 or 78 Ford ataa- 
dard sise. S47-4»9. 
FREE 



BEAGLE PtOP-< moattis. 
Great wiih ddkbrea. Free, 
to good home. 499-7849, 
after 6 ' " " 



The Tidewawr€ or ra i ^i Q> - 
dence Bttrie School itt 
send a Free ^le Crarse 
to aU whowrftatofortbem. 
We lave five eowsesavaU- 
aUe, OM tordMdren, 9-18 
one for teens; iad an easy 
nd advancwi coarse tor 
sdnlts. Write to: Tide - 
water CorreivdHeaee 
■ BBde Sebod. »4>. Box 1247 
a>esmeake, Va. 83320. 

UHIG BAIRBD GERMAN 
Sbapberd. mijuA, male. 1 
l/t yra., vary amctionaie, 
to good bona Witt large 
tyatiedyard. 4a*9897, 

FREE 1ilF0RmTK»f to 
doaaiHMrs: kn fab g«^ 
to have Itnaii IBM ftiiiaaat 
work «aba?ftqrAear,ap- 
dlaaea cr T.V.?CaU yoar 
Bettw.AntoeaaBoraaafH' 
r^ort W ftfn yaa ara 
"" Wv i it M^t dotog bnaiaeaa. 
Witt. FREE paaipUate oa 
eavliqrteeat afaaeies, ap- 

Cieaa, fraaiar b9«. 
e work adiqpagi 




FREE! Garage Sate aigas! 
Flaaniag a aale? Come bf 
Davtoitatty, 1740 Laskto 
Rd.-RUtto|> aid pfa^-ap 
: - 'tEE pratoasisaally 
1 >. Also f»ip. 

1 .„<oa... .e"FO«fALE 
BY OWMeH' ilgB if yta 
ara BMviag aad pttrndag to 
aaU yoar om bonM. CaU 
488-8980. 



earner prodaete 
vleas. CaU yoar Batter 
Baaiaoaa Aveau at 987- 
8IU. TdqdMme boars hOOi 
' 4:00 Moaday - Friday. 

i :» ST(H^i6t]gaato^nah«s 
made avaUdfle totttepdb- 
Ue a flifli oa aaergy eon* 
sarvatloa eeUtted. "AU 

Aboat lasatotton." THs|0-, 
mttBteniil is daHpad 

ATTEmlOltlin tiida^rUf 
and constrnctiai flhaSk 
free baoUng of att anw 
plywood BBf IwOwr to be 
and for tlie peiiaae of 
bnUdii« Untoooses. 484- 

s«ieMto{. Tlw film tea- 
vaildtla FREE of ebatie. 
Please contact Mr. John 
Bardie, Veathertxatton 
Cowdlnator, at «n-8S41, 
Ext. 805 tor Inforaialton 
aad scheitaliBg. / 

DOR'T PAY •» ft. (tot ft 
tfo at the Beadmmrtota 
fTwiipaake Ptt&^ 14- 
IMUT^ arigl^ pttHtogtby 
loeaf'ai^r Bottywodd 
noviai/nd aeaUiare to 
damrate yov bpaae. Wa. 
alao bavatoadaoflraato- 
torwsttoa to deootate yoar 



3EF0BE FOTHIG a i 
detMtMr for jpmo- bMie, 
sead tor a woif report 
givtag critical aasfss- 
meds a the dtttareal 
maMa aad modda. Free 
from PiUic Citisaa Ite - 
searA Grmv, 8000 P St. 
ftlr., WaMAi^, D.C. 




8 UBftM, 9 mo. M, 
saa kiw hair Mad^ oae 
MnrtliiraMtaMtes 
M n(<atead, bad MMto 

c$um-4m. 

nVB I Hill I frM. Five 
weito ^, Better Aatort- 
tm UpMk Mtor OMaa 
Oo^ar mHA 8 matoa 
aad ttNt toantoa. OU 
499-«9tt after SiM 



3 inERTCVnioiV haired 
paipiea. 9 wta Adoatttte 
eraaga 9 week dd ktttoa. 
547-4fn. 

SUMEES CAT - Ifovtog. 
mast Did gaad heme ' De^ 
^wad Mrf a s atar e d mala, 
StalpoiB^ Jtm. old 'LMtaa 
to eat apMer j^aate aad 
mia».n*<^it. «A-m» 

3 MnraCBRMAR 
horda. Ferade • 9 we 
<M. CaU »Bm 9 p.m. 949- 
9998. 



b«aa/7ov, 1 MIM, 8 
matea. CaU 4H-7M9. 



mECAMES- to che ck 
eat. PR, PrOba, Moaapdy, 
S caa, Bad yapaa, <aarUe 
Breva, Rasgily An, 
Cteaa B a b be r «■««'** Md 

^#W^^^^V^ ■'•^^i^"^w« ^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^» 

Buun aaira ai ^asaipsaw 
madp i rtir i Librarf, 
Grwt Bridge CMlftaa^a 



BLACK RABMT, MALjE. 
aaaU cage iadadel 4W- 
1410. 



PRIVATE UtEEDBI «1U. 
give free kHse to wild oirts, 
hawks, or aay hls^ aot . 
wanted by oraer. iUaofifae 
care. Mr tojared Urtto. 
Stote prnnit ao. 00094. 
Write: Ride at P.O. 9» 
13429; Chesapeake , Va. 
83325. 

FREE to good bpaae-imaftte 
pappy 9 Bxwtts oM. fart 
TatTtmr aad part Upttx. 
Lovw dUdran. inalH^ 
vatddog. Bloada «ttt 4^ 
-foidMil C^U 4Vr-t3». 



KITTBIS - Vwy pra^. 
&<ad Bridge wan. ftt - 

1711. 

siMiL sfsm-wm 



fitesM - 
a44M8. 



are bjMl QHier 



GROW Yom CftM twit. 

Free 



nOE FUa BnnVM tor 



■ to. 




tor 1^ 

a»fitoiMiM.l 



rrm to food 
St?-S7W 



mrf ,!i>iMt4« 



MnwMai' 

bcjo. vtii»ii mm. 



OHRVITtoa^ttraa Bflffl fi^^ Iwr gwa 




FREE nfim • 9 wta. 
dd, UMr ititoadL 1^ 
Mae. Cdl4M>MSidtor 
3 p.m. 



aM 

to 



Mynu-fsed tor At feed 
arMMtom.MMirltoa9 
at av^^Nw 9Hh 4 p.H> 



S3 m^m^^m-miM 

tedoatlfttpMil^yo^ra 
cattagbualo&friaMP) 



nmalaa 

Wmmvamm 

Mtol. Nf-P» 



to good 



<^and 

day d 11 aTto. 



ss!-iaRi?2?4 sTfiawss? sr-STJia 

»«aa dMAwa. «eed dto- raedva frae toal ratotog ~- "" i4»-a«to 




pewY- \/t 

9 wedu M, )09m 
eMHban^aa to 
CaU 84I- 

mqrftme 



RiWAFIUIor 



urmsto 



toaiaed 

tams 



547- 



nitt-W9idMte 



10 mm mm Thai 

X: 8 ea^.«.^aea: 8 brag u fltoafta e piu g ia tos 
fiil**^*^ «a " * "* " ' 



rm ItiBet baMt. ||8 - 




da 

tu ydOvr ah. Fna ee- 
Uamtea - Low ratee - Cdl 
avadagtafte 




RAMO TUMSfG: Serviit 
Tidewater area for IS 
years. TaaBllewtHa,340- 
1834 (aasveriag service 
9 - S, Monday - Friday). 

TiUK TO TUBE - 997- 
8898. Sptad, I4S0.O0 - 
Uprtght. ntlOO. Vinlag 
Piaao Service. 




^kOSNaa.'fiUs * E* 
fas -N^ piMs^. Mar- 

"dsiDwgr^- I f. 

RiMr dw^sM - mdal 
hd&ay i^ -• ^<n per 
raoto. 4S7-8I9<. 

BduSE Pteat lovers - 
Gnmrs are weleome to 
dawtbe"AiqrttiagGKMS' 
Pteat ^nten^Hdayd 
Coaatry C^tteie'Hiiiin, 
•199,/Moyodt B.C. Dec. 9- 
.-17. ... , . '.,..- .- ». 

8-Uataadyeaad 



— — ' -,- — i 

LARGE Raaiot'- ^SdU to- 
dtoabeaditog.nBiily1totr- 
toom. Loat^ baaa Rp 
Maa. cm dBn-«88-M00. 

Rlgbte • 987-4998. Aak for 
Charite. 

Mlini BCXk Part ydlow 
L^ Ap^Nuu 1 yaar^dd. 
Fonad aroond Washington 
1^.; Great Brklge area. 

Call547-40M. " 

LOST ed-mde, Uadt 9 . 

K-» dd-wUte Bm^il^ 
lod toltorcevaidde 
CaU 999-901 after 9 pm 
947^1055. 



LOfCOLN Msjch V new 
1919. Parehase vfltb up to 
18700.00 dUcoad Auto Bay- 
ers d Va. 497-3399. 



VEGA - 1174 Bronae GT 
BatiAfaaek, dr. tape deck, 
exeellwt condition, |995. 
00. Day; 4M-7g65. Night: 
485-7959. 

OLDeMOBILE-1999 Ddte 
cnstodi, air coadfttontel 
PQWar IwakM, power stew 
iat, t owner. H*S.0O. 
«1-8»I8. 



OL06liOBILB-1969 Ddte 
easton, dr oanditlo a g 
power brakes, power 
ateeriag, 1 ownw. 
im.OO. 491-8945. 

p6mTIAC-1978, Cateltoa. 
nuy tottns. Air oond 
ditionad , power bratea 
power ataeriag. Priced 
tor nddi sale |SW,OB. 
W-M91 597-1997. 



to spare 
teardagsot 

^ , ftvfltog «"• 

Topes. Send 89C pltts 
Aimied , self-addresseti 
ivelgpe for more In - 

.j^ratfUoa. 

AMERICAN SALES 

P.O.BOX 790 

pala Sariior, Florida 

33993 



id^taii 



--man- 
^ dUtribtt- 
9 Witt am- 



flUOKXEEPIIfG/ Gaaeral 
Ofllee work for stoaU bas- 
iaeas to mv hDna/yoor tf - 
flee. Cdl 498-3094. 



IlCfUSG BOOK- 
keeplag, tax aeeonds snd 
or enftre aeeonitiag prac- 
tice. Coated P.O.Box 1984, 
Norfdk, Va. 23901. 




ID * PARTTMR, 
hoar to tatehoae 



B(MIM-1979 790 K, Im- 



m 



m 




r 



Ufl CBEVYMbartaa car- 
ry dH. 8dr eomtttioa. bed 
ofar.4M-444i. 

FORD-ltW EUTE. LOMlt 
ed: poi^ wtodovs aal 
aeate, tfR-dawia^had, 
i4re wtwda, AM^rMaiar- 



v«yc 
f47» 



(Mi 



eo. AU iMto. Vwy eteaal 

13,000 to 

«K»-8977 

1970 vw, Bnrru. m- 

bi^ aigto» djraitojrt ad 
oavara , ttaaa^jgNd^^ra- 
tfo , dr dnds, fMO. 
M4-M10. 

Cw - Ifffl Mate Carte, 
11,969 Htfsa, |4,M.OO. 

Wm ' m MvttKA: 
flitodd taterad ear. Fdl 

Sr, good ter radoiiaK. 
-4f-'R9tt dBir. dn- 
aftw9;00a.m. 

POimAC tnu AM-Now 
1#79. Paretaie wttt iv to 
1100.00 diaaMM. iida 
•Mrs of VlRttto. 497- 



700. 



BOHDA-1979 CB-880, nO 

feliUaa, ahowTMfi ooadi - 
8 bdmete and cover 
:9o.jm-ait4. 



m 



972 WINNEBAGO iv 
toive - 88,000 mUaa - 
Newly rMeeoratad >^ air 
conmiaiMid - 19.000. Cdl 
547-4571, aak tor Tote. 

VOLVO-1978, 194 £, aa^ 

cdlM«-eddltion,|8,90MO 

494-5921 

KIBCUnVE Metwlotoa, 
Mil: 81 ft. Abaatatoly 
I. 17,— - 



y:BRYSLE8-197I Newport, 
air ooadttoaad, fdl power 
40,000 Mtnd mttea, sice 
deaa car. $1395.00. 
-593-5051 597^1997 



Stoeal, AM-FM 9 -traek 
steno - radto , alley 
vAsds, KMd dtocka,itew 
paid. MidmUntfrM. ex- 
ceed ooaditioa, 13000.00. 
495-1708 

CADn4iAC8-Bew 1971. 
Panfit vttk im to 98SO0, 
diaoond.,^ Ado B«yers of 
Va. 497-to9. 

DODQE-MriowVaai, , 
S78 11500.00, 1973 
18000.00. Aototoaftc. 
545-7381. 

DCHXrE:i97CCO^., ...., 
top, dr-oonditionlif , AM- 
FM, 4-need, 29-30 mng. 
.SUPER^EAN. Mucbla. 
tten didterl 460- 



iXMJUfi - 1999 ^ 9 toi 
VAN Btxnr. bdaa A-1, 
low mUsaga.^O0: 988- 
707>.> . 

BUICK LTD, UTS, 1^ 
blae Witt wUte teadni top, 
air-cpadtttoaed, aUpoa«r, 
tflt-#had, wdsa aeafrd. 
Cassette dedt, Uka JMw, 
Orldnd owaw. l^tTS. 
<^r5«-9874 after 9 p.m. 

DODGE - Ifad Tan, 1971, 
ttitt* top, Mjy iffwlafH 
rod top catopw dr- 
oondlUonw, S/8aMaaMlte 
traaamtealoa, poww de- 
ertag and brakaa. |S,000. 
«4-U«. 

'i97S • DASSER - 19.1KIQ 
mUea, Ukannr, adoamUe 
fi»toiy Ur: 8 door eoqie, 
red Witt wMe tadartor, 
■Saerlttce at |3,900. CaU 



ll-»»to,llwto|SiwMiw 

K)AT. 94.8TARCRAFT, 
17 ft. IttddAsa «itt 7& 
bon^^oww Jotottoa. Fd- 
ly aqiiUpedi Coad Goard 
inveetad, tUt trd^. New 
Mat covers and tM ea- 
vM^Skcriflce 11575.00. 
488-4389. 



St,P& 



UUt 



Jdaan • |I,I99.9B. to - 
dadea traitor. 8 -• gd. 
fas tnaka, di A tear rwe. 



r, aada 9. OOl 

iddd - 987.9830. 



•^ 



JSS 



1N9K ATKMIBtoaaare 
arMM 




I^TRmUTOR - BdP PBO- 
|da J^ wdght. (Men- 
argeHO-aad aani meaey. 
Pboae tor deteUs - W- 
9999. 

LAinE8...oani 89-|8 par 
br. Wwfc jow Frna bra. 
^ New TdqibOBa Pio- 
tram aervidqi asr eaa- 
tomers troni yow hona. 
■CsU 425-7119 

BARB d^^boBw. tut/rm 

tid e. Et^ f manaymitt- 

teaea raqplred! CaU 4tt- 
IMO 



CXNERAL maidainaee amJ 
Jw^wgrtng peraoB. ^n 
ttaa, 1-5 p.m. five diyi 
wtokty. Mad be raapsn- 
^M» peraon.(^947<^M84 

CAU) CARRYING ELK- 
IRRAN. Fdl fta» wwfc. 
(ML 499-0347 - 9:30 to 9 

P-tov 



FULL TOIE- Part time 
sandwich vn^nikM. Wdt- 
ssmteridi prepratlon wdt- 
ws. Waiters-faw teaders- 
ooddaU wdteess. My Bro- 
thers DeU. tetween 2:30 
to4:«> . Alii^y 975 Witch- 



DEVELOP- 
CompUsnee 



Commadty 

MENT Grad 

Oftiew 

Poafttoa (wdraa a wwfc- 

lag laowtete d Faderd 

Grad reidMtoaapertato- 

iag p e o to m aa ily davd- 

UedM^ Witt dodr^r's 
coanuan, todtvidadwUl 
BKiailw privda eoabi^- 
ofa ««i^UaacedFed«n] 
CNsad rapiteUeaa. Mte- 
toani af % yn. edte^ 
adadattoa llwn aa aeere- 
dftii eoUen iritt comae 
awk to pwlto w pwiea- 
nd dtatofato^ea w ra- 
Iditt lirid «d 8 n«. n- 
pwtoaet OT tad^M^Kf- 
periaaea tu$ baHbalUa- 
M iw adaedian. Bdary 
mp 19111.00 * PWO. 

^^^^B -^^^^S^^V W» *^^^w W 

Va. BendL Sad. d^fw- 




f ART - nMB WyKSR 
FOBCmiaiAtt 




dad 

IW local pablle aiwakiag 



ea's fNNpt. 

tateraaang woi 
pared aunrid 



voifc. Pia 



Oaei 

tetona atoa e a yanr hack- 
groMd to: Parfonael Di- 
rsdw, P.O. Box 8198, 
t^^mmi. Va. mil. 



WANTID 

18.10 hou „ 

bMtoan flrtoir i^lad 
ftwboia* mafcwii wimi»re- 
,» < •< Write 
iUaMtoQtfw, 3rd* Breed 
Street, Flordice, NewM'- 

CHILD CARS-to my bcMe 
day weak, w hwr. Fea^d 
yard. Eaynrianced re- 
li .ote, itepitotoWi. wfthre^ 

.ff.'iicaa. 411-1781. 

■ " fr" '■ - ' ■ ■■ 

BABYanmilG-Mybatoe. 
New NOB and War£^Cor- 

iW. 499-7897. 

BABYmillB-^WiUuep 
oaa pre«adMxd ige (Md 
to toy bode. Eijiwieneed 
aad rdldda. Fonnw 
wtted taaehw. 949-9970. 



CLEANING New bomea 
aad redds. AU dads of 
ldeadBg.Cdl481^»n7 



"I~Z!!!ET3rz 



OPBOIG. NYBIB wsd- 
Uaratawaeaa. Fw Ia9w- 
awwM ' Vrfta Baatoeaa 
Sarvtea, P. 0. Bw M8 - 
IWtgMa Bead^ Va. 88IW 

PART-TIME excdied 
aniaiap Lotto Aaraa b- 
torsatta ad has a ttadted 

daewa hartowfctog ladl- 
vidadawhatwdtotottls 
ana. tUateiinidedpo- 
aftiaa fw heBHaukers, 
paasieaers, edii«s ata * 
ate. Fw totw- 



UATOM T^ite, march-^ 
lag aad dnMfl|. anall 
elassaa aal jww te tea-' 

ttoa,' caQ 499-49(M aJteir! 
7:30, 




ffixM ma lOffiHtD, « 

tn Msft hataad Garam 
8 fmn ahL I 
lltonHl9.Attiiy ' 
ttOlBtoHvwAva. 



taadyi. 

narmiK* - 



and ^pnllaatton 
8wto. aaadaalf-ajtoaaaad 
aanriippa to : LOTTO 
Sharea htotaatlenal. Bos 
MjS^ . Mtfttui, Oatario. 
"Bwd appertaaity em - 
pleyer^. 



EARN EXTRA |!I tt 

Kiven mdltel^dii^m. 
EE DETAitS, SmI - 
CEPTS. P. a Bos 12098. 

|t^. vyai8iH£g^ 

SBOOHD nCGME oppw- 
taBtlytoRdaUipdMde- 
aatodtelrtbdwSlft tfyoa 
UketotaUi topeopegive 
aaacaU. dff-lsst. 

THE AMSNCAN DREAM 
(Q|wainilfa»Weak8} 
Om Taw«niFl^8lO(&- 
«i i«H wtadterFaaUca 
OMp. Ev^ttlwftiwided. 
Tonr^Coal msoo. Cdl 
Ton Free l-t00-974-t797. 

Bava a ^y proftteUe 
aadlimdlfd iaaaStoyof 
yoar mn^ Faitlriag tta 
iated to Jeaaa, Oaaimsmd 
teiivaar. pi,no.ooto- 
ddas Bw 



9- 

! 



tory, nxtqraa, «d Trato- 
togv Yoa B^ have yow 
dwe open to aa IttUe aa 

Mr.l^.^ 999-8889. 

'tDEMMx^-fUSiSaP 
Fldd tuaUy owned 



paay to exaeadim to Va." 
FWd Crariboas&e. Part- 
time i'l^taWadit aaedbd. 
^PossUde to asm |100-] 



•Its. 
iaad 



name, addrws. aad 
telodwat aatolwr to: Box 
l«f. C/O .. Cbes«eake| 
Pod. oeaamaka, Va..^ 
88^. "Small invMtmo* 
needed." 

Earn monqr! Iw yow inni 
bead O p p a rtadte tqr 
admaewmad! nufttiaiew 
FaU "Hm. (^49^-1974 
aaftiaaa. 

"1190.00 WEEKLY maU- 
tik drcaters. Start im- 
medb^. MaUen, Rt, 
8-nBos SlS-C.Haattag- 
to^ TX 79949." 

ARE YOU a auaager? 
Ld me show yea bow yoa 
caa aiaasge a baaineaaef 
yow own wn aa income 
pdedtel d |1,0M per 
oioBtt tte ftrd yiw on an 
idtid iwa^Md at aa- 
dw IIOO. Ew^ rettre - 
toed poadMe. Ilaidag 
aad girftonee dven. Aeae 
fo rtetoi»wfe.l994. 

'm^^mmxm want- 

rani TBiARBA: 
Ite 




_»IWdiUa«m- 
CUewMMI' 

Mry.' Babifla, ^.01 a^ 
aeif-addreaaed 
to: K. C. Han 



BOXER PUK - iUCC rag- 
idwad, town, abote and i^ 
wonted, t wks. dd, 
1190,00. 497-1949. 

FRK STia) SERVICE of 
bedMfd raitetwad Irish 
setter. (^ l48-S«9aftw 
9 P.M. 



POODLES-TOf a, 7wka dd. 
wUte, 1 male, 1 femate, 
AKC ragtetwed. 5^-0977 



CAT - nule. 9 madba,vrttt '». 
Itea cdter Wown/oran- 
ga wtth white pa#a. veiT ' 
frtoa^, &art ftrldH ar- 
ea, rawanl 498-1738 dgUs > 
■ - .t 

DQBERMAN PlMBCflER - ' 
Pi^a - AKC ragistwed,' 

9 wka. dd, Bhote aad . 

wwmad. Bladw - 9189.00. ) 

Maes - 8800.00. 588-8809. ; 



M FwaAdawte 

■HmsHamaadtontoMaa ^^ 

MAKRITa Hicdad Chris- * 
tmas. ChampioB bloodUae. 

15.3 . Flaky Anialooaa ' 

G<Mbw. Rftlioaa, hdtw, . 

Eaglin , wactWB Janv* ] 

m, baft. CUbtoato. . 

B00e.0e. 488-19S4. ^ 



niEEDDK} age pnrabred 
han^a aad yorks. Boars 
•ad gilts. Deerpatt 
Farms, FrankUa,Va.898- 
4975. "• 



•.£.U 



ri / 



i^iswBssnsnsET 






Firewood tor snte - 180.00 
PW ptok - op load. 481- 



BARBIE CtothM fw said 
fdadforCtotetaaa-dw- 
4aiMeaprf«aillhia$i.OO 
to «f.50, todaiUag vdvM 
dreaaes ABd weddiag 



fiwaa^ 



PINE atrav-tor sate . 
you rake tt yow aelf 
547-8989 

TRAILER: Canvas cover, . 
caU 487-1806 aftw 9:00 
pm w weakMda. 

TRUCK BED CAMPER ' 
bomenude. fite 9 ft track . 
Md. wm eoamton. C^ 
487-IN9 aftw 5:00 pm. ., 
wwedunds. "^ *-4 

rii ■■■ I "V - - ii ' •* 

EMILFs ANtlQ^FSHOP '^ 
Open ddte. SS04Ri|h St : 
Pw^mdh. AU types ot : 
aBUaaas^ art glass, ebtoa, ^ 
IWutare. Baitemwtears > 
aad Madw Charge. QUI) 9 

S!^^ —^ 

rm$mxm-o^7War 
deU«erad. dackad' 9»S 
teadOoad A ap. 545-oi9r' 
after SiM w 1-357-5949,-^ 
toleofWted. , g. 

I^LEVnm - 4 ft. eoa- % 
tefflpn«ry Waladcabted- M 
Bawtifd piaee d fwd- ^ 
tare. TV does ad work. S 
$50. «l-0e57 i^ 

: H 

8HALL inerm^e Fop-'A 
00m martlBa. P«^ ^U- J 
doaa prerpa^^sd eora^ 
to 8 v' totaatoa. Gom(^ 
tor boaia w bMteeaa, ea-^ 
paetaUy bare, btogoa, mo-*« 
tote, ate.. 49«<ml. ^ 

TEWTWAP" dl|^-^ 
aad «^w aavw. Save 4^ 



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n excnj^ENT cmn- 

4F.M. 






Rd., Kaaaas Ctty, IS 

9910* , 

EARN MONET NOW. Take 
orders fw Lisa Jaadry. 
CaU Iw ft«a edaloM ea 
tQUIt«ea0»-«81-lBi. 



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^%«iWL^ aBoaUant j 

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Srt»»L< OH AFTERNOON 

fflUlnf nooty! Adrertti* 

your ■•ngc ■«!• «iti, , |ow 

ost W«B( Ad. CtU S47-4S71 



CASH m 1 HOt., 
Furniture, silver, dit- 
ffloiKto, flMs (Man, Umps, 
tools, any household Items. 
Also interested in trying 
entire es' ir night 



WANT to tmy old t«mjo. 
fMdle, m«Dd(dln. guitar 
any coBdi tion, «S-459(i.' 

CASH op spot iop prices 
for MMri Amittttre or any- 
tW«l <rf nlnt. Goodwill 
slartt at home. Day or 
BlfM- 4W-»SM. 



ai-CotM aad $taB{>i 

NORVIEW RABE COB^ -^ 

Norfolk's most coBuftete 

*~~ seU. trad*. Buying 

coins. 42Soatheni 

— J!? ^*"**''' »»rtolk. 
SSS'tlU. 



It-Um aad GsrdM 

FRVrr TREES: Not ti«e8, 
berry ptaots, grape vines, 
lanteeavlng plant materi- 
al - offered bf Virginia's 
largest Krowers. FREE 
copjr 4S-|f . planting guide 
catalog in color, on re- 
quMt. Wtynesboro Nur • 
sarifis, Inc. - Waynesboro, 
Virglida 2ZW0. 



.MMiMMiiMlfaHlMM 

FCffiiCUFT 

'4,M6 lb., like nev, AlUs 
Chslmers S Stage Lift, 
Less tbu 500 hrs. |5,50O 
FraiftUn M2-6S32 



TOOLS - PROFESaONAL 
SET. Soap-On hand tools, 
must sell, sacrifice at 
$U95.00 463-0^)6. 



«0-lfoUle Hones for Sale 



kK»ILE Home- 1972, 
UVK«f', 2'«»drooms, 
jtrflv fiindshedi Located 
^ OeeUft Tnilo- Park. 
Most sell. Traasferrtng 
oversets. Call after 
C:00 p. m. 42S-2321. 



AVAlLAHf MV 
Many 2, S, 4 aMi S bed- 
room m<»Mi». Srart/ 
long Ititsm. ia4», IN^ 
weloHoe. All areas. SoBM 
with MIU paid. 
RENTEX US-IOIO tec 



OPTION TO BUY 

3 bedrooa, equipped kit- 
chen indoding dishwash- 
er, dtnii^ area, kids, pets 
ok. (7333) 

RENTEX 625-1010 f#e 

COZY FIREPLACE 

4 bedroom, f^nge, equip- 
ped Utcten, dlnli^ area, 

sS-M P**s *. (8024) 
RENTEX 625-1010 fee 



KDIQS GRAlfT-632 PeUtoi 
PUce. Vb^aia Batch, 
23452. Air eondltiOArt, 2 
i^iry, 4 b«tat»n, E 1/2 
bath, SUt IKI^W, or vlU ., 
rent $375,00. Ap|dy laper- 
in 1-4 p.m. 



WUOHx 

HOka arsg for sale 

in 
People {d^vAf Boaes 
*<^a^MMUsn 
SALES OFFICE. . . 
333 9rovid«ee Jtd^ 

Cil 404^317 



VAMTEO RAWFQia 

Moskrit * BsjecMi * Foat 

. » • 
Mtak 
I WILL PICK UP! 

Licensed fwr Bsyer la tte 
State of Vlrglala 
PlMkllUi»w4M-3MS 

me Q« Inu Bi loriiift 

BESt PIOCSS P0ffiaN4£ 
«U5 i^iMs CrMk l4M, 
SirflBlk, ft. t30l 



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UniTER Rental - Va. 

noDB apt; AirfiUwit elr- - 
peted, T.V., 1 Itock td 
OoHUi and ARE. 1195.00, 
twao^to HtiUties. 422 - 
4790 afto* 6:30 p.m. 

IIORTH^C^ 

2 bttdnoM. ftdl Utchm, 

<Uidat area> drapes, fur- 

aid«l,#150<l222) 

iterrEx 62S-inin tee 

?ACMC1ES~ 

4 ^3,* 4b«dnns. All 

aitet, all prices. Open 

1 am fo 9 po, 7 days a 
'««dc. Call BOW. 
BBITIX tt5-l010 fw 

REAS THE BEACH 

2 bsitaroom fumldied, car- 
pet, drapes, laundry 
faculties, parking, $225 

(tO»2) 

RSirrEX 625-1010 fee 



CERAMIC TILE 
OISTALLATKMI 



Invest In your home. We 
repair bathrooms, stall 
sto^rs, kitchns, patios^ 
foyers and tlr#IM«. Rev 
Installations as well. 



niysDQifwni 



CaUiSfttai^ 




UGHTVAD 
aiovataad water saver. 
8tw fair ways. . _ 
Ctty o^ w^ water.$2.00 

£muk:o 

Boi 12731 Warfolk, Va. 




Six 3-bedroom 2-bathcon- 
tmnporarf ranch and 
2-story homes. Eat-in Ut- 
chms, dining rooms, some 
with flreidaces, a/c and 
beat pump including fliU 
energy-saving package. 
Plus on-site swim and tai- 
nts did) fbr exclusive use 
<a 118 famiUK. 

BUIIASRSCLOSEOUT 
From 146,950 

$1500 to IMOO below VA 
Afpralsals. 

HO DOmi VA Aim 95% 
CONVQITKMAL LOANS. 

LABAYMORE 
at 
IPSWICH YH^LAGE 
COUEGEPARK 

Directions: Military Hlid>- 
way to ^gew:y Olds- 
mdtfle, tarn east on Para- 
moot Ave. to model honse. 
C^oi Noon to 6 PM &it. 
and Sun. 



(Itrtw Realty 
4M-12M 



S«1w(Mm 
ttO-lStt 



mtis 

tt4-37M 



FINIOTED OFFICE LOTS 
Cedar Rd. 4 ARMiarle 
Or. 7 finished office sites 
1/2 acre each. Water, sew- 



COLL'^'a= PARK 
■I 



.GREAT BHIDGE-Hall .Man- 
or. 2 story 4 bedroom, Z 
1/2 bath. iiWO plus sq. ft, 
of 11^^ area. By owner' 
$56,000 No agents please 
547-8066, 

CHESAPEAKE-8.10 acr«s- 
292 ft. road frantage. part 
wooded - Oooglas Road • 
Call 421-7416. 



MOaUPKLS ~ BtiA 
noA, thTM btdroona, 
ntUlty mm, ^iM air, 
caipst^ fioietd lot,fR,00O. 



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CaMta Ctmtf, R.C. 

3 hadnKm, antral haat- 

$211000. 

2 bedroom, canlfroot 

$24,500 

Laife bttlUeaded water- 

trod lot - ^,000 

M,L. sm^CKEALTT 

Sillitt, N. C. (OH) 336- 

4119. 




NEW 3-BEDROOM 
REAL HOMES 

•38,950 

ov» 1^ SQ. FT. or LfvnG 

SPACI. 

Y Wj 01HI L AMP ( M*mOm,<:r 

cAJtiMTiMQ, iUR-comnnni^ 
A miiKm oici.;imep or 
M«i. 

MMVMB BATH A TimiS tUM. 

Irtt fTOItHHIIft MflWIitt 

COLLEQE PARK 

iraWieH TOWNVIUAS 

Vli0ittiHMcVCiiesap«k«, yt. 

fain 1-44 to MUsh River Rd. laterdhtige, go west 
1 iiUe to C^«n Park aotruet at PHAidenee Rd. 
t t^fanr M^. CsmtvB RrtHlii Sstai MMMi«r 

424-d679 

I .i 1(1^424-4312 



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A»mK>Mpf*>* yS. 0901. 

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VIRGINIA 

BEACH 

804'-4B»3707 



DEAiiRS WANTED 

MMttNl*. iDi(» 9r (MiMt*. oMrtM by IPM. tor (w 
Mto tH nvM tnnd photo praduc* mmI pWMalng 

komK wtsimaHousE 

mniM»Y , limTONE 

HUMm HOUOMAIMm 

PuitjftniWiMnfiMdiMMv l yOl l iiilin ri ii riit^ t a 
$SZZ7. ■• a iMrt ei »M tout grBWUm Mton doSv 
pholbmdMlrv' 
M»*M«iiii4l'40l«i^l2n«iriMlM4a6-17S3 

«^ liiEMimoML ni6fo »mr 

l«4R.nH.$t 

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® WE 1776 SHOP p 

ISSSi £ ViffdMM BEACH BLVa. 

NOnFOU(rVtiQINIA 23502 

i/twmmi/LstMmtticmt. 

Beidt ehatitt,brMa^ragMrr&i(s, pendants. 



1 



-Assemble. 



tn sQver or gold. 



your «ra for yotf personal nse or sell for FO^t. 
A complete Itawolfiiddied Hours-lOamtpSimi 

iBWelry to stock for your .U iifOW. TH^V SAT. 

seleetian.- 



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a y«un, .JVrai (Totkir 
He. Ill hns oat sttandti^ 
by whkfe all oter bUt 
si«MS we maasarod. : 

Ha^r imm^ins ud mM 
dlfleatltos iatar-Ro. lU 
still can't be launmdv* 
ca. Wood boras from ftoi|t 



to back Ute a ol|or...^J 

buras lai|^r.. Jans areas 

eaa be haalsd afficl saiOy. 

Tiadiii5ir~'.^^^ 
Bas-itilef dasiga. fcod gl' 

for Weodbonar's R|-! 

wood hoalMrs, flrqlaWi^ 
eeal haatws aid MBbl^ 
Htm. ( 'i 




18»A N. M»mt&0 AVE. 
MMMPTCM. VA;aMl ' ; 

One Mock oft liareKT'be- 

Idadin5. 

ComMsle Mi «f tepd 

storai,aad8|0piaees. 

Sales nd tauiaUaidB.; 



? ,rHKlT«r»P ~^.- ..T7t( 







WANT AD$ WORK! 



486-3430 




SERVICiS 







NOTEiMCl'AUTO 

Cwnty 
FiiMNioeCo. 



342 {U1TLCFIELD Ri.VD 
WtlJIDN 
Kl KNTtK 



On» nUDLT 2 P|l^ TO DAIQl 




PftKBSM^Alr Itt^OO 

Optiooai: GanNtre, Fireplace, C^tral air. NoMrt 
Payment to Veteran. Only $200 titta cash t9^ 
qofred of Ve teraa ^ rctesors 

Lseaad tfl 0«v Creek Hvi. 

sassssssssagBBi 



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COftfflPUTER 
PRC^^AMMER 

MMEPI ATE OPENI W 



talPOlI 




intOOftAMMER" 
P.O. Ia«497 

'rwikSii.Vir(ini« 23151 



aui-ya* 



J. CALLABMf PiURTDK: 
laterioF, aaterlMvaeouMc 
Mown oeiUaia; WSB% a- 
tlmatos, SM-1319. 



BI^IE IklPRtfl^EMElIT - 
Cupaotry. noflng, sfafing, 
room »mmt»g^Mmiri$- 
dows and donrs, plai^- 
lag, riactrtc, eo^rete 
wwk, ptairtdag, gi^tMttg,' 
rwaodraag kftdMs and 
btfhroom* , brlA aadUock 
tmt, alamlnom ^db«, 
Hre^acaa, earpMar Mf 
l^ttiai. Sentag i^Tkia- 
water. Ht-4919 



BLACK 
BROJHBRS 



Maarafitfn.QsMnill 
llf aad Sapatrd, Ml-2219 



M 



BaOd^a 



«46-7t18i 



Gwa^MMers 
Kooa AitttftH 



BofllB-Ctei^^arte 

A«hE.«ke^&. 
MO^Amaoo 

i.Va. 



OQNCRiTE ftOm 




nn 



TK^WATER WINDOW 
CLEANERS. Coauoardal 

aad resUenOift — 22 

nm of aipertaioa. 543- 



GARAOES AND «»11TI01^ 




'^ I.A.^UU. ' " 
Cwaalc A floor tMo. Old 
ft «w wtHTk. BaflwjwM, 
mckm and iliclM. 
niEE estlfflates. CaH4as- 
3337. 



RHBUeiC 



lHi|)iovtniint. 
Co. 

Ktt^MO rMaoMlai 1 



ridtt 
GaitiaaMn 



Caumtrj 
rmmmtm 

Garitltrnm^rroOBi 



y««aaak»lt,M'ndBti 
»M4» or m-tlfl 
A^^Hlorftio 
1^ ^te rag^mrt 
oo^Hster (liUl) 

MM«M !l7-7m 



RKW TOLL-FREE NUMBER F<Nt iWIT JUTBip 

The Halted Slates Army bow wmUm a now MI- 
iroe hotUM lor AnoT Retirees tAo tavo ^noaBoas or 
piioUams yertitatag to thoir pay. the waAer 1^-tOO- 
«H-II90 aiMl M iMaraalaparMQOafoAmi 7:«a.a. 
to 4*00 p.ai., EaaUnSlMdard TiaMMd taai 5:45 a.m. 

ila Standard ~ 



to 1:00 p.m., MooMala llaadard Ttae, lfaa«iy thrai«k 
Friday. Qdls noaivad at oHwr ttees wm te roeordid 
aatomatiealbr aaif a return caS will bo inite wMte 
two days. Th« new line is do^ad to iVow Aroqr 
Rotlraos to call at no eipoase hh, h^piU^, to j^- 
vMa thaai vllk batter sorvlco fNai tto Army Finance 
CMMor, IwRaaapn^ls, "^ — 



Let it be kamrn from November 23, 1977, Iwill^it 

bt rcM^eosflriw lor a <mm eontnicted by aay^erttaa 

iay^ Inpeaeik 

Warroa A. EldKl 



m 



KOOAK DKIXnUTQIt rttAHao 
mmMfi WANTED NOUOM 
WUtlfMlHOMSE AlMmS 

kiOHfldual. ktotoor Famato. needMl tuH or part Nnw «>4ki 
irltMW wofW lamoui Kodak Him and othm phoio producia 
««ro«igh comiiany •MaWtoDad ioc«iion$. Mite tMe yeiir 
year for indapaiKtonM. S49« A> imeatinam. Ouanrtlea0 12 
nunoxiwfetendiaarapurduaeai^eamant.'^ 
CAU. M>.ia«tti(reaF«a#i-«6fra4B-iagoerc«aaeiAat4-3»ii«i 

le f Mey, • am 10 a M>. ■ M. • S.III. «• 1 Ml- iAT. 

nitestONi PHOTO co.. 

nREStONf MNUNNO - SMKX 1041 

i«aN.3wi8t..cotoiawa,Qi<»e3m 



OrWiNe: 





WTf^lESI 



VwSde 




OIL MmRER-im»f BEDS 

GAME TABLE Wnn 4 LEATHER CHAIRS 

SEVntAL ntORlS-^VERAL OAK CHAIRS 

MABOtkUlY UraARY TiCSLE 

OAK WAffl STARD-OAK DRESSER 

GLASS-TOP COFFEE TABLE 

AKT. LAMPS-SUGS-PICTURE FRAMES 

ASST. IHSHES-MI!K:. GLAKWARE 

ALL KBK£ OF ODDS A ENDS 

9 A.M. TO • P.M. 
Off Battleflold Blvd., Istevrve on Oak Grove 
GREENTREE RD. 1st boose oa left witt porch 






read the 

classifieds 
every issue! 



RICARDO, INC. 




m,sssi 

SalesmsaofOM 



We congratalate Vivian, who has been Salesmeo of the 
Month 3 times since her assodatioo with RICARDO, INC 
In Jue of this year, each month over 100,000 in sales 
volume. Mrs. Neal U now eligible for tte MUlion 
Dollar Clid> with a total sales volnme of 530,000. 

Mrs. Real graduated tram Chowan Cidlego, Nora Caro- 
lina and has llvad 30 years IntheGreat Bridge area. Her 
husband Landis, isalsoanagoitfor RICARDO, INC. Real- 
tors. Itey have three daughters, Terry, VIckyandRobyn. 

Call Mrs. Real today for professinal service, in any 
aad all d your Real Estate needs at 
4tt-S554 Anne) or 
547-4555 (ctfHce) 

WI COVER CHESAPEAKE 



di 



"la the Heart of Great Bridge- 

547-4555 

391 Johastowa Rd. 
Chesapeake 



CLASSIFIED ADS 



er hMagia 
~ Viiglaia 
ads are the 



VlivMa 



Maae ymt lew east, qaicfc 
lidn. CaB 141-4171 sr 4ai-l4M ar 
haa*r aeioa a . We're hare to hria 



in IM 



er lees, oaly $1.10 tor ear Ml ruL 






MydaisitMad. 



nsasa nm ad Itr ( ) Issaai or (jTtU stopped. 
Coat U ^M per laaes tor first 10 wards. M< 
tor aaahaddtttoaal word. 
() Paymaal aaataeed. OPtaaaoi 



City: 



-Jlate. 



Sip. 



■ail to: 

Iferlj PMicatlflas 
|.0. Bai IW 
aasapaaha, Va. tttto 



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^il^pma's h^way cteath toll is rising faster than it :' 
hasmyears because nxxe drivers are speeding, more 
drivers are drinking and fev^^peode are wearing ; 
safetybdts. If s as simide— and as horriUe— as tha£,) 
The (fig^wav S^^ EMviskxi d Vni^pnia miees 
voutodrivecarefuUy andsoberiy. Becmtseitwoulcn't 
be Chrktmas without you. " > 




Ybu can trust g 



Taylor 




REALTORS 



Brothers 



HOUSE OF THE WEEK 



RadeUffo Meadows . 
4121 Perry Drive. 
I, Va. 



BomRM tin atonr Oatdi Cobolal. wlft testarad 
aMtog, 3 bedroo a w , 1 1/S bafl». doobio 
a aJBd two som cmIM air aad beetii«. Porm- 
sWrway to partially flaliiad room ever garago. 



Slaattars bilew are praiaailmials la real aalato 
si^oaribi to aaMctoadaotoMdesas m e mbora 

atbedamlstatobaardsaadellMlMtoaal A sso rtatto a 
HisalMiteBQarda. 




Pra^Gt yow tovMtmmitlS—omof tht/t ItOkig w AMiMorsf ' 



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KMimiOUTH,VKMlA 

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BRADY & 

Anodatts, bic. 

Realtors ' 

mtt'k Tif« Raiiic Rd. 



Mtet Mouof mmn 

itefdH-ISti 

CH^CHLAM} 

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Hatr Dnssw 

Mating •very 4^ 7u^. 
N9wtown Jtoa^ 7:00 




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Hmr COwsts 
Foniiivia: 



^^^^■^H Protetstattl IfoiklUif 

I^^^^^H Fufciw Mcrduodlsiflf 

■■■P^^^^' ^ ado Care ui4 Cottiitttcs 
VmMWD CtTMr Aetde^ 

C AM ULP TOO. . . Spteitl HelMiy SftYtaf 

ACT HOW! if j<m rtfister i^or to Jan. I, If TB 

Randal/ Aoad&viy 

1 (4 SduA WHiMudi Road 
Viii^HaBMcKVa 23462 
SmPtHiiian DNder Agtncy 490-1234 



Te^ your fd^iion M^ 



1. Do you avoid 
buying loiiMttiiRg 
new bacaus* you 
think '^wythinf 
lit tba atona ia too 
younc-lookiof?" 

2. In your doaai 
ri|^t now a there 
one baaic out- 
fit that can be 
changed about 
with aeeeMoaea to 



YES NO 



m 



aaiiu at leaat three 
different looics? 

3. Are you wear- 
ing the same kind 
of clothes, hai^ 
■tyle and maMup 
tiiat you wore five 
yean ago? 

4. Do you know 
just which styles, 
silhouettes and col- 
ors are the BBOSt 
becoming to you? 



an 



DO 




6. Do you behave 
that f adiloto meuia 
wearing «4rtavifll 
"the lat«* Alng"? 
6. Do you jwuJlly 
feel you are suit* 
sbly dcaaaad wtet- 
ever tba e«ari«nr 

AKaWBRS: 

For the hi^aat FadliOB 

I.Q. laHng, yoii should haVc 

' ans#ef«d "no" to the odd- 



numb«cad . questioiia and 
'Vaa" to Om ev^^imb«wd 
ibna. But 4o«t be dit- 
nvad if your retipg is Jtqt 
as ^ijh as ymi'd Ilka. Sv«^ 
an can develop a good 
faaiiion aanse; it just takes a 
littlle bit of work. Stu^ ads 
utdj store dtaplajm; axp«ri- 
nMK^t with. tour Alothas and 
aee(|saoiriaa. ffqtil soon di*- 
cover the la^ks tihat are bast 
for you. 



MuMMm 



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PRICE 

Nowmtsicai* 



BEAUTIFUL 



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^BSSIILM^ 



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Virginia's 



J 



FIRST LADY 

9mm i 

OF j 
BEAUTY 

1 OptH for Men Tims. Mf til 9 pjit. ! 

( Styling mut Hair Cutting | 

I 2859 Virginia BMOh Blvd. | 



Mood for Holiday 



Holiday time. Days of 
party-throwlaf. Nights of 
iM>iae-niaking. Yet, deapita all 
the commotion, fsdiioB gen- 
erates its own sttbtla excite- 
ment. There'a a s a a a nnal 
focus on newly softened 
shades, remmisccitf ^ of diild- 
hood pleanires. (l6|niMnbcr/ 
bdM dippwa, oottoh.^@BMbr\ 
and birthday cake idnf?) -^ 

Gentle. s«ribd«ad tones of 
innk, blue, peach and mint 
ffcema caat a dreamy effe^ 
on soft, fluid fdMica IBm 
oepe (k ^biM, silky Jeiaeys, 
chiffon, challia, aatin and 



veN^aML Airf dat^ls, p^ii- 
«oat-pretty, grace dnaaaa, 
blousaa. and swaatan wiA 
lOfloantidaBh and femininity. 
RufOaa and iaeaf htiau a^ge 
ne^Unaa, ooHars, euffis; fine 
ti^cks and n«nower bowi 
Complement blouses; and 
delicate pointeOe pattaming 
makes its m^ aeroas baby- 
sit sweater k^ts. 

Ihk SMSon, oaiebrate the 
uaa of soft ocdors, fabrics and 
details ia holiday drHsafng... 
and create aome of the 
prettiest, most fishionaUa, 
wardrobe padtsfaa. 




ONLY WITH THIS AD AND WITH 

NO APPOOn-kBNJ 

"You'U be g\ui yen tamel" 

S036 VA, BEACH BLVD. 
raONE |I7-I0G0 




I. ■ J 



Boutique & Becrufy S0/1W1 



Perk up your holiday with a new hairityle fron^ 
one of our Professional Stylisjs, then shop in our boutOvJ^ 

•. \ 

for all your Christmas needs. ' \\ 

We have a large selection of TrifariJewelry: \ 
Vera Scarves, Celebrity Gifts 



BIEAUTtFUL 



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Tfor the houda^^ 



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S5<J0 VA. BEACH BLVD. (liM.roif1t)WHlS) 
MO-MOS 



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3T68 Va. Bch. ^vd. ^^ 

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'Wt do yetttirday or !M«y 
mn's Hair Styles 

•all well kmown pro 
ducts used includinoa^ 

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1 ^^f..;^» ^mm^^,^ interview with a iM|)or«>tion 

versatiHiy 

Qn a typical day. Miss Unt< 
vnw never 4tops moving! 
Misa UNva-se 1977, JaneOe 
Conmianoag. nistka about 
her Hew Yoit City apartmett 
at 6^ a.m. to {mpare for a 
7:3ft oewqiaper photo ses- 
aioD. At ID-.QO a^m. sl^ 
attends a breakfast to receive 
u bon^rvy award. Then it's 
a (pkk nip oiM to the airport 
for a fioon flight to Lob 
Am^i, where she arrives 

\ in time tor a national tefe- 
vi^OR taBc^ow nhorsal and 




liiehow faneile find* 
tia^to tqnw^ in mie nM»a 




I t^itBfgaihiA. to New York. 
1^ eew (toy bmn t^ ntii- 
tttti Ae i^ ^ tlie 
^than^wdly t^B^H 
jilMltwrary. i , 

Here, the 24 year-old 
beauty *is phatogf|^w4 ji^r- 
nt % nre4at M MMI IK Viet 
<M»fAmttmm fiU^fiwe 
ftverlookmg the Hudson 
Ifver. Janefc »ys flat Iwr 
titke Jiftt J^sii^kiM'.a. non- 
stop pace of travel to exciting 
pl^es and te ^tpottuuiy 
to meet many imarMtiag 
people. 

But no suttto- wlwre itw is. 
Miss Univjene mu^ Uve tip to 
ber iaamot being the most 
fiemitra wtNnanin the #orid. 
C^ (^thCFimjxRianl tfbdu of 
kNririn vnMt is i^iatiUw and 
laaeBo^ wwdrobe of Sandi 
Ckn«ntty^iwify (^ri her 
the enseneie to take lier InMn 
suniq)to«inimro< 

It's not ahray possiUe fM- a 
complete wtttlrolw eltauige 
going froih the busy <teyt to 
the eqitail^ busy nigbts. But 
by chalet bar ie«ii^, Jmi- 
eqe has ^nd she am turn 
easy dayime senmiet iiMo 
amuMng even^ 4m»I». 
''Beil ^afl," Janefc ^m- 
nents wry^. "umg aecea- 
soriestocxM 
allows OM to N 

rati nc^afity for anyone 
wfe'axM dw M#^ n much ■• 
MitsUwiiertf. ' 



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Use luHid oesm orhand ksdoo 
du^ Cfddtoi^ no matter how 
s(A ywTHQwK your hawk are. 
We'^^riGKa teadi widk nme 
hoMteei w^ ewitfMd iMnds 
d^wenmtomniaber. .so 

wa |ott hand camiMfiin^ 
die ik9 yw mt yop tooiannMi 
— awyday. . .luriweK^es 
in ^ Cfen mt eves tf ym <lMik 
^ |PB tto fuu^ to be bothoed 

ttwu flM lowtfk — same of 
ustiyiofcS^SOc^Medttaday 
(it!s it gnttcQOipiiBdavfaridfd^ 
— wtafAoeaiifithaape ariia kt 
bottMA-of^M i^jMRMt; When 
ytw ft« huft ya^.mUm are 
iik(^ to swdlso be a/eOmMti 



witfe you \m|k ott<Sae hunpyi^ 
in^Kimd a sedmnny sunvntifl 

WaA your hw mote o^ttJi 
Jnfiq^ od^ seMOB if yoii wear% 
hatmwtetir. 'Raffhig yeerh^ 
under a htt "aides** it. 

UMci^yow^aAera walk 
in riie wind the Way you woyiii 
trMCit Faraday at die beach. tt*a 
die "cesdcs" of winter that ftpd 
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M^^ csn't «t to die manidMr- 
fau^^oard loo mwn — try weaffig 
eotorien nail polish, ft^esybiir 
1^^ a weD-cated-for look ipfi 
bpi jNDurnaiU in shine a liiji 
time idbt darter polidiet mf. 
n^M «>id chipped. .(*^ 



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If fashion this saasoa 
eoold be aiifl«Md up into one 
W(»d--tbit wwd would be 
ta ttM 



hi Aa tBtmtm 
and flMr of d^Ms. LtxykfH 
d«fl|i«d waists and full 
<hh^"''aB aHtoeaaand dam 
wMttlota <rf MfO^ mi &»•• 
The to^ if awq^ frob rtrict, 
to sn- 
dotiMa 
wa * WM^ «i taHbr^ iUid 
t^ttm e i ttlC i rtMr a-' M5oe»d 
i^ ^^, ^p ttta htwt, wDSMi 



wtUU wAlA fkninoaa on 
riiMts. -^Ipt'- ' 

. 'f^ fun tb«e are aMWia 
in e«Kt iWM^Mble riaa to 
wnv up a^rWng and 'avary- 
^Ua§t ai^ wA* you feal 
0orion«ly fltniniaa. FaO 
colors range from vibrant 
Jswri antf bwor tones to aalh 
dMd dwty;<« aarthy akndaa. 
mat ^j|dl# is4 tiny florala 
m the firfaite printa for 
•oftf romaathe dotbea. The 
bast thing aboHt the new 
det^» IS A^ they ai» both 
very wearable and very 



flattarfaig- 

This is the yfar to put 
tUnp together htqavvtr you 
like and iavant n|iw kioha 
all yoor own. Bdt with a 
dramatic k»ok iron can't be 
dishavalad'-vimr morning 
■mat bt ptnsel. TMa fall 
w«Va not w arn in g jmahaup to 
hide behind, but to pby 
up what we like about 
ouiaelves. 

If yoa (aal good about 
younalf, youll want to try 
some w 



update your 
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_^_ new makeup la dwar and 
luminous with bumiabed 
earthy color* and thaia ia 
dafUilta balance to the fa«a- 
•yea, Bpa, chaeka-tU the 
•ame iatansi^y and ail vary 
eloaa to the pan* coh>i. F«r 

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fUki bvawBiaya 

a pinky hroihi U, 

eetor for a iMldatful mono^ 
ooaaatic face that ia tha r» 
fact iba tor the soft ronu 



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MiMMli M t«#(^sts tt^ntef Vliitaia fiMJefe aty 

ttflB mm ilmms ni ofi«r b««di r«pl^iliM^ "I un 
eQii^iM!«d tiitt ttw fote.ol tt» *MS Is CnrmapliMiMd.'' 



Dr. DoiaM «u oommisiiowd to mka Uw preMala- 
tlOD by Dr. Arttar Mio^iia, r«ltr«4 Old OominlMi Uiii- 
Y«r*lty iirolMior asd emrMtly gwloclaa awl pkjtfeal 
MUiUturt. Dr. MmTU aaid be rvpraMoted davelsper 
Edvio B. Llndsley of tlw Uk* GwHrgt CotporattM. 

Tb» dtjr has been stadflac tte pOMiUUty ol adi^M 
tactn ordloaiiee ^«fDlatioc Mtdtfront coKtitR^M. Wfelie 
tinier tkTon the recent policy of using the sli foot e«- 
toor line, the place where the dunes rise six feet above 
SM level, to relate constriH^OB. 



Dr. Dolui tnMsM eOorts 0( the Fwtoal pwermiMl 
to protect the Cape IMteiW UflilliMae. HeWMr amll 
<tf eeabags nor a seamU «^ taeetuM, / TbeHnal 
iQlail^ ittit kea«ii>te«tdaieil mamttkm ^ 1913 to 
14 nilUoi, ^Mmiiu^immEmaMt, be salit 

The teimoi mi^tS^imni to more trequeitly. he 
said to inra^et beadifirait ptop#rty are ausiive eoe- 
er«Ae ^raetores. 

Be atfil it would be a mistake to elimtoate elevatton 
(that to, di^N^ the dones)- U toe Nme ttme. be laid 
he "wott4 W wry cantloas aNM dei^oi^ toe dunes 
tor proH^Ma.* . f 



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Beach residents are true Claus' 



Alto« Watktoi, w Mrs. Santo Claw, Us toe tme spir- 
it of Cbrtototts. Mrs. Waildas and hashand, Claude, 
dooatod their pwd cheer to local boqiitUs, anrsial b^mes 
and the undtttprivUedged idl over toe Beach area, A 
sKKry OD the Watktos and more idetores are on llie to- 
sMe pages of this week's SUN. 



Mark David Massei, of Sunland Drive sito on Santa-Wat- 
kins knee and reveato his seeret Christmas toi«iags at 
Ctowte and Alice Wattins home Sunday to homestead tor 
their annual Santa meeto toe Uds." 




ferv/ngf ttw world's largest resort city. 



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51«Year.No.51 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



Published Wednesday for week ending December 22* 1977 



Two Sections 
15 cents 



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Ifliear from Beach council 



Smart shoppers 
win at Christmas 



The hustle and bustle of tolulay sboppiog (tften brings 
disappointment and dissatistoctira to Virginia Beach shop- 
pers. But it doesn't have to be so. 

If a shopper is careAil and smart, toeie's no reason why 
Christmas shopping can't be a prelude to a happy iraliday 
season. 



u^;.„^„^^^.miit^ ^^ Mfe i ^ 'i) ' iwi wiii fsj^ mmi by to^' ramt0iem^^smi 



aess Boreau to help get the most out of iliopping tiib year: 

1. Trade only wito concerns known to be reUable or wito 
those whose reputoti(m can be established by intelligait 
inquiry. 

2. Unless there is a written or provaUe agreement 
otherwise, all sales are final—and toe matter of a refund 
or exchange to dqiendrat, on toe policy of toe seller. 

3. Decide definitely what you want before you buy so as 
to avoid difficulty or detoy to take-back, ezctenge, or re- 
fund. 



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%EE CAHttL 
SUM PflhUc Affftin Writor 



VfffUbi Bench rapcnwi^ttai to the Geiwral AsMibly 
EHv vhot Cttf OhbcU vanto tothe wayofto^Ma-^^ 
tton. Bat toey areit too tan idio^ bow maebtte e% wm 
getftnan tt» ivn AMeaiUy. 

n* tow mai«s fOMraUy dtored sqppni dt the Beach 
I8fpoiti» h«t «^ oandid tfMt ta^ig t^nmett raeatows 
Monday mon^it tboat tbe proponto wUch don't stand a 
chance of passing. 

Real Mtate tax 

Qf the loc^ opttoikffi^ji toe State Income tax. Sen. 
Peler K, aijidft^ iWd^l^ luto toiidi ofaelan». 
He^aald ^re ms a strcxbgfeeUi^ about im:r«Mliig toe 
sale* tat to «a» mf cent.ijN^ wmm Drtoi to $liD nii- 
llott to r#v«ttfe, bh tltadftog or re<tacii§ the rnl estate 
tax. 



Mayor Clarence A. Hcdland referred to toe regressive 
naturt of tbe :^ Mtote tax pototis^ out that more people 
on fliid IneotofB ail toovlng to Vl^ltoto Beach and altbou^ 
toe tui rate has bell |^ tow. assessments have tocreased 
Deleffite Bernard G. Barrow aato that altocnigh toe House 
f^inanet Cw^in^ttet to coocemed about financtog local |^- 
emment, ttie api»oval <a the surtax is "less likely now toan 
last year.* 

Water sources 

"Hie legi^ttrs soppinted a recpiest from toe city for 
special togtotottani^tiMiBed by the Southeastern Public Ser- 
vice Ain^^ of Tlrginto to allow toterbasto transfer to 
iawridfti«p«NMnMd scarce of tmter for toe eight juris- 
dlctloM ill tbe uttrotiy. Del. Glean B. McClanan emj^si- 
sed toe toiportonee of having equal sq^rt from toe six 
citi» and fw> enmtim in the AiUbrolty. 

Vice Ittyor I^triek L. StaiHlii« said that all toe Inrto- 
tfeUoes to the Aathority agreed on withdrawal from toe 




Btackwator Nottoway River system which was toe "first 
time to my knowledge that they have agreed wito anything." 
McClanan said that he hoped that toe siqtport from toe 
otoer ji^sdictins was as strong as "Pat would hope it to." 

Standing said the area- wide committee atoo plans to to- 
dude the inter-basin transfer of water to its legtoUtive 
package. Standii^ wanted tte legistotors to be sure that 
MOrtoem. Virginia, which is experiencing tl^ same type at 
wat^ source prcAilem, did not have such legislatton ap- 
proved tor just that area "and not us." 

Hanbary said that Norfolk is deftoitely endorsing toe idan. 

Standing said that Tidewater may get help from Nortoem 
Virginto for toe first time and "I matotato that toe water 
beloags to everyone." 

The stote prohibits inter-basto transfer of water without 
toe approval of all localitites tovolved. Any permanent 
source gl water for southside HampAxMi Roads will require 
toteitoisto transfer. 

Camp Pendleton 

Tte legistotors also agreed to have toe General Assembly 
desipate a committee to study toe feasibility of using part 
or lUl of Camp Peodletoo for a public day-use beach and 
recrtatiiai tocility. Smator Babatos suggested the todusicm 
of Seashore State Park in the study. 

Tki dty has been as persistent to its eflorto to ao|uire 
more priUic beachfiimt as it has to finding a water source. 
The Stote Departm«it of Parks tomed down a reqB^.to 
tun Seashore Stote Park, or part of it into a day Beach, 
efforts to open the 1>each at Fort Story to toe public have 
also baan^nnsuccMSfUl. The city maintains a small b^di 
at Fort Story and atoo leases a 600-foot wide strip of beach 
at the M»^ end of Pendleton for a surfing area. 

Pendleki, used by the Virginto National Gtard, houses 
few penulent military pers(»nel. 

Dele^te Owen Pickett said that to Ainil 1977 some 
conslderatifm was given for toe Justificatton of the use (rf 
toe ounp ^ the Natiraal Guard. 

(can't. i)nA-3J 

St. ternard Jumps out of 
SUN blassified ads 









Ofertos W*leh|s 
to«atod4t 



reMhtog btf ow fireea- 



"M's. «4umpu-% Sandn 
Oei^ of ^hMMkp^te nys 
atoM hw &. Bemrd, and 
wtth the m:cess <rf toe Vir- 
ginto Bwoh SUN ctossi - 
fled ads, toe dog pradi^- 
iy Ini^edl into a new tone. 

Mrs. Devey just ^1 
teve «KM|$ roMk to ke^ 
toe toifKilv ^mt. taSmm 
a nmniiM t do^u* iMh 



toree etoklren to hapiqr to 
own toe dog. 

-Hm ma who tooktbedog 
iivM on a torm, and it's 
toe ideal ptoce fto- a St. 
BMwrd." 

Wlmtever it to ttet aeeito 
to be biMigM, sold or given 
away, do it best wito toe 
MfWi aench Sl« ctoasi- 
MiaAi«^(»4«k 



4. Buy wito care. Rrad labeto. Be^ sure of toe correct 
size, color and otoer requirementa. Keep your sales slips 
or receipto. 




5. It is best to examine Christmas purchases before 
Christmas, so that any daim for defect or damages may 
be made immedtotely ratoer toen after Chrtotmas. 

6. Don't try to get cash refunds on Christmas gifto given 
to you. The tod that you don't like it is no reason for a 
mcerchant to give you a refund. 

7. Wten you buy articles before Christmas, and bring 
them back after Christmas-don't exped to gd toll credit 
or rtftrnd if the article has alrnidy been mariced down— 
untosatbe store wanto to do so. 

8. Don't contract to purchase anything beyond your cap- 
adty to pay. 

9. If you pay an advance d^>osit on toe "toy away idan" 
be sure that you can and will go through wito toe deal— 
otherwtoe you may sacrifice your d^;)osit. 

10. Nevw let ycwrself be m^ed i^ buying anytoing 
ty high prMKore sales talk or claim that it is yirar tost 
chance. Take your time and make vp your own miui care- 
ftiUy. 



ll.^Read all p4>ers you are asked to sign and ke^ a 
copy. 

12. Don't buy from advertisers who attempt to dis- 
courage ^w from bqring low-prtoed advwHaed goods, brt 
who ia^ad try to Mgjt iressure you into soi^biag dse. 
That is "bait adverttting." 

13. U ^>u find tbe artide received to ad as ordered, 
<to not we it. Ndll^ tbe seller immedtotely and give him 
tte opportanlty to adjttst it. 

14. ■ yon do bustnns 1^ mail ontor, flrdnulwMre 
yon are dralii« wito a reliaUe oMiqMqr. Altow pl^r of 
ttnto Iw delivery tad write very ptoto^; parting or typ- 
ing to btst. 

15. Mo one can eoirtianally seU retofl at wbiAnHdn pri^, 
M an afpaal "Buy Vbdaale" to ^^raUy 

1«. Tnadent vMdws, sktonto Ikwtam, nd 

are net aroMd aftw (^tMims to IMan to 

17. A gviutoe ^am be ^aMm ud to 

II. ma yon kww Aoirt i^m «r kiM wi 

^vertM« or irtilr sdMMs. r«ort torn to toe 1^. 

YoiMr MMM tiW be biM to smMmm and paw r^crt wft 



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Letters to the editor 

A fight to save a landmaifc 



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Editor, Virgiua B^ch SUM; 

I cAme first to VirgiaU Beach as a tourist ia the bte 
1910's and retimed here to retire serai years ago. In 
Ihe iaterim 1 had U?ed ia Seattle, San Francisw, Denver, 
i^^-fi-mM Ghle^. I wu ianitiar^ wiik Urn Pacific Ocean, the 
*| *^M?« and RiO<i# Mwatarfas, Wnt duaded to retire here 
e -fin Vitgteui ^ueh. A nuin reascm was that here the At- 
tlaiilie is a warner, friendlier ocean that the Pacific - 
iMSt of ttie time. And I find liore the sea more tha* 
! ite iBMilaitts as I grow older. 
'•, I m tere today to add my voice to ttie many others 

J Oat teve btmt raised since the Coast Guard Staticm was 
abandoned in 1969. I am r^inr^ei^ng a groiq) of concerned 
ei^sas, aad our purpose is to convince the C(Nmcil to 
act to save ttc htfUittiv for the dttzeos of Virginia Beach. 
-y' As an Historic lindnaiiL. 
^ Tl» Virf ittia Bmch ci^ ct^uul has eQdors«4 the des- 



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igtt^tt fd the ^tieo as an historic Undmarfc. 

The Tbfintt M^nrt^ LiuMmarfc's CoUinissldD has in- 
dicated its reMiiKss to Ust tte ^ittion as an historical 
landnart. They will also recommend it for listii«in 
the Natiooal Register of Historic Places. 

The G^ral Services Administratipn (who tocdc over 
tlw buildiiv as surplus government prqierty when it was 
SSi'idteBfioaed and who are one of the possible owners) have 
•*^'t9^mmeaS»A to the Viz^inia I ^ndmarks Commission Qiat 
^^, ^flil Stafton he listed by them as an historical landmark, 
'^i* Also tint it be listed on the National Blister of historic 

Regarding Ownership. 

It also ai^ears from the records that no matter whom 
^^^ Court d«:ides is the owner of the buikliag - such 



ovMT do«t not want ot keep the btfhUi« tor ttemstfiw. 
(And tUS iUI iRiAi^y be trae tt ttMv is an out of coart 
setttemwdt). 

Vt. 9pfim* Va»i wist ever is ttie owner irtll be vUUog 
to traa^r tte nv^rsUp (rf the baUd^ to the elty of 
Virgtida Beadi at Mr cast to tte dty. 

It goes wHbont sai^ ttat tf the dty accepts the boUd- 
iag it will have to move it - and very soon! ^udiei Jdiow 
thi^ it is feasible to move the i»Uding to the end of Uth 
Street. 

The critical qaerttoB - Should the ctti accept Am Old 
Coast Guard ^tion? And should tt be preserved? 
The answer has to be resowding YES. so let's kxA 
at a few reasons WHY1 

The first life saTii« ^tlos came into eiist«ice^tiioiit 
(we hmdred years ago - at the same titte our city vis 
founded. The statton was named "The Set Tack" SWfam. 
because tt was loeatod where the Britidi lainched a sea 
attack against our young nation in 1812. 

Ttere is no <4her huHdiog. to my knowledge, ia the or- 
dinal ol« beach ctty which has been si^ a part e( tlie 
city's history. They - ttie city and tiM baildinr ■* mre 
"horn and raised logger." 

At one time ttere was ooe soch life saving stMon 
baOt on file beadi every few nalles sooth firomCape 
BHiry to the CaroUea border, etch ooe a day's walk 
firom file other. Now fiiey are all pioe or bc^mad our 
reach - save for this one. If we let this oae be demol- 
isbed. it would be like letting die old C^ie Hnry Ll^ 
be torn down. 

Htntat every American bcqr and girl ud oi^inly all 
of fiiose who grew iv on tte Aflaatic Coast have been ia- 



sj^red by stort«i and ^etares itf Um bravn^ and eadur- 
aMe (rf tte nw who naaaed ^ lite boats ud tte breeches 
boq» ud lAo Umd ia iMft KUe «r^ Matfh»s. To let 
tteir lilt ton* to ^W <^^ be det^^^^ to ataaost a sac- 
rilege. 

The foderal govenmMi to pidflic law M9-M5. raacted 
in isee, reeofaised the need to "larMerve hii^»rie prop- 
erties fluroai^oirt ttie uMoar. TUs tow ns utt^mmitA 
by eteeotlve order ftlNtS in 1977 to assist to tte pttser- 
vtfUa of lilirtorie ppiiAHlee, 

I f^nly bdtove ttttt ttw city wiU be able to oMato fed- 
eral fod ^to graats to astfiit in ttM rqidr tad preser- 
va^oo of the Co»st Gahnt Stattoa. I kiov that the ctty 
will M»ia addtttioul tax twmaes flHwi ^w iMal onlrttf^ 
file toOldiic stood - owre fliaa Mintfi to >« tte eqpease 
of ttie love and file eoaftliwed iHres«mttoa of tte baiUHag. 
I Imow ttitt several inronioMi cttteeas have alrMdy agreed 
to have tte baUittiig pitoted. 

Uke tte fiiU ^ps of ttie l^tttemilal, to whose age ttie 
life saidqg Mitfioa was active, the rehired battdtBg can 
be a great toaitrt attr»:ttoe. As a life savlag maseua 
aad/m- aa art nnisenm. 01 ttiidt flue Board Wttti Art Show 
was heM there), 

La^y - ttiere is a U« (rf tte iea whteh Fm sure ill 
of you know. Tliat whea a sh^ sigaals tt is to ^stress, 
every sl^ppn- who sees or hears tte distress si^aal to 
duty bouid to go to ^ assistance. How ttie oM Coast 
Gaud Station, from ittich so maay ^stress eaUs were 
aaswered, is to distress herself. I say, aod I believe, 
that most eittaeas of Virginia Beach mat to see tt res- 
cued. 

John M. Boditoo 



Hav# a safe 
beach holiday 



The holiday season is tqixm us anu our iiraughts.art 
turning to our homes, fiAiliei and friends. As we d^-" 
orate our bones for Uw viewing: pleasure of ooe'Sad-all. 
we stoald keep to mind several Uiings which wfll'make 
tiiis a hnvy. fire safe holiday: 

Be sare the decorative lights used do not have any fray- 
ed wires, broken cords or loose sockets. These amtt- 
tions result in a severe haxard of electrical shock as weu 
as a potential cause ot fire. 

Do not overload electrical circuits In your home. Ov«r-. 
loaded eirCtttts can overheat, caasiag a fire. 

Be sure to tan off all light sets, colored spot Ugtts 
aad ottier decorattve fixtures when you are leaving hooM 
or retiring for tte evening. 

Only boy llgM irtrtogs ami fixtures which bear ttie UL 
label, telUng yoa ttMy are approved for tte alage listed. 

mm purt^Mtaf your Christous tree, hvyo^yaflrin, 
fnitt tn9; store tt ton cool place wttb the hue ta mtor 
aaltt ready for deeor^iag. Use a t»e staad «Mek »ttl 
aUov yoa to water fiM tree vhfle It is toy«irJioiae. 

A«M the use ^ caafles aroaad tte tree otipi|4ec- 
orattoas wMch nay Igrtte easily. Do aot place tte ^ 
Bear fire ^aou. rMiatori, Me^rtatoo Mt, «'«iiwrseiffc«B 
ot heat which wiU dry ttw tree, eaaiiag tttobecoaieaflre 
ha^rd. 

Whea baylNt urtillcU trew, look tot tte UL tobri M- 
Ueg yoa the prodaet Is Hmm r^totMrt. ^ _^ 

Be sive all deetrleal gUto^M)- tte UL tobel. This 
assures yoa the ttem has been tsstod for salstybyUa- 
dei 'w rtlwi LitaNloriss. 

imue you are ChrWaas stenitog, retaemlwr ttens 
saeh as SBMke detectore, lire esttngutohers and honae 
exoq^toddmiai^ea^^toirti^. _, - 

These ttoeghts^ itoag wfth good flre-aato seaee wia 
provide yoB «itt ttie piece of intod aecessu*y ftv a hafpy 
hdiday SMsoa. 




Pen pal wanttd 



69 






W^' 



M 4>nW iZm 



It's a blue 
Beach Sunday 



tt was a blue, blue Sunday for Yi^^iaki Bea<A whoi tte 
^ decided to emet the blue law for tte first time tt about 
lire yeare. 

R sMSs kind of flmny tint with all the flea markets, a 
gan^ aJm and tcnrist attractiois, that an "(M timey 
flea wnrfeet would be Ut. Especially right btibre Christmas 
Ife sare eoiM me Elvis to sii« us a few ban from "Blue 
GS^itiUM' Especially the merchants. 

YlT g<»ie Beach now has a bad mme. The d^era who 
were tsvMd away and had traveled from ne^Uwring states 
wiU sandy no Itater sing tte praises of file largest 
iwwrt ctty in Uie U.S." 




loM Coole/ 

SUM EdWof 



kaA Imr Riag can flie Beach hoM ttaf title when merchant 
doon are closed cm Sunday for the sake of ttie views of a 
iMitiairi^l few. Tourists will surely spmdtteir money stNoe- 
where else, SNoewtere ttiey "can" s^od their poaey. 

I'm sw» no one warts to work everyday M ite we^. 
Art idMMhta't that decisis be left to merttomts? Altemte 
days <rff eoaU be an »ie<^te solutltm for Miplqrees. 

"ne matt q^stiai is fk-eefom. Freedom f^JM^ftt 
Cteijrt^i as ihSI as tte Sua&y w(»-sU|q>er. SraieflWK eoiui 
be wwfced otrt for ttie be^fit <rf Virgtak Beach, milmtMtM 

IM's kA wait amrther five yrars to botch the blue law 
tmia. 




Editor; VirginU Beiitt SUN: 

I'm loeseatly eadlBed to a ledMiU tiBlttriior ttd hare 
lo^ all coBttet eritt tte oatM4e world. Woald yah ^ease 
hd^ iM by iMIMdac my ad fn' a ptta-paltoynirpaper 
90 BiaylK oae of yoir Teadwi Jai^ see tt hM tte to 
wrttotome. 

It gett vn7 loQelyb^JnaiAealttettts. Oae stogie 
]^ttrvOBldlMBU>tobri0ica#BiykMi^%y. '- 

JauM HatobUa 

BoxlOQO 

Oxford, Wiseoostt SSi^Z. 




sand burrs 



'^ 



iBVitatiM tttae is lA a peak, t«t mi^tod attoag ttw i 
to OaMaHui parttts aad pn-caaqpaiga parilM «MMa one 
that staMto oat Ufea a toB veeyU. 

The DepaittMBt of Agriodtare iavlted tte SUN staffto 
a iTMs eo^ttwre to RaMi^ 'to fcii^ off a three-year 
ttradbatfoB eaa^ialga i^almtt ttie boU weevtt— adestracttve 
pest of (eottoa," 

Now ttat's aa iavitatlao aot to be midered at. 



"^ r* iUM ttaW Writir .el 



'i::km(i dim to Hm Mm kiwf 
Tlmt'9 okay, wV Imt go oround tim corim to mtotim orm," 



of tte nm sttlf IMS IttBMdktely avrilaUe^^ 
to taan ttMtttttartsMaito drexttagNittttg tte pOK^^ 
len «reMffw, tt Nnu Mt ttetattmMfltfni^vtt 
hare to orryoairtaiMit^ittWMW^eiitfKi^^lgVDX. 
FortaaaMy. Vtrgtatoeottoagrowttghasjastaboak^eeone 
a ttdag of fl» pMt, MRVtag tte viiM^ieiiieai ett tta 
^BiMen ^ N«wtt Caridiaa Md tM^er eott(»-|ffodueii« 

WMA Tliftola B«^ ne^ is a oMemce « ttMl 
arttoaafnadbaiTS. 



Road widening offense to residents 



By LEE CAffiLL 
PtiMic Afi^rs Writer 

Tke Ctty (rf Ti^ida Bm^ wfll ^4r ««ys to naJw tte 
9l MHtt ^m Tntt toss oi^wive to 



Civic 



tt wUl be a M^ arttry evw^Uy coMeMag^o (Hd D»- 

The UapN sii^ted awylBg tte MgtaNf we^mvd. 
a eM^ siie«MI# sMMMBt a 



The Kttgt INM 



LMgae ^IMiM MMteuetlM al 
, «w-»»ff» ai^nwy i^alS- 




tor tta l^pm, toM€tty< 

d tehomesMHlctedtt^w^e 
MrriM ^M to ^M Mrs a^y aMV, to 



^mm took ao aitta oa the LeapN^s nm^ W^^ 
tte eeMtndtoa Htf ^ ftr^ BMeMv to Pe«f<ary to atew 
ttiH ftv a cmA aad feasUHUty study oe tke suggested 
^Mlttim. 

Tm mm lAw^yes saggested-to dn^ tte project 
w tt ifeAce tt to toe mm i^ tmimm^ 
I to be ao^Me fty tte Lcafae. 



Tte hOBM to M STH hiM 

fi^ tw> y^w wite Mm raM VM ^ 
Deaglas sM OM tte hriUers atoy mfLtmm 



ttltM. 



biym Of mt hoaiM tttt tte read wo^ be * 
Ctty ttaf^pn* (Mnrge L. KuMvy nid ttit to 
pleased to look at attaraatives, bat that tt woaM be dittsatt 
toraloeatethe right of way tothe waatbeeaaae ef t>Moat 
ot aeqplriag addttloaal rigbU of way. BeatooaaiMIH| 
be a waste oifmoa^ m twtua twn-Utui xMif hJ^miHi 
laaes were needed 

Ir ... cruoa saia laat tt was Loancu s 

<y«flt ttw eaastnidtoa of hoBMS that dose 
toama)orhlgni»>\' 

Haabary said b« would look into the attnatloe h«t ttat 
Um city hu beea limited to asking for a SO-foo« dislaaea 
betveea aeastraettea aad nslor roads. 

Be said tte medtoa strip wUl be batattfled sad that he 
would took into ttM cost of a feaee or other buffer. The re- 
sidents do aot waat a woodea feaee. 



w 




nMUKSSOsI 



B«O(TA.M0MUS 
Geaerai: 






TOMSIMGCO 

Adrerttotog MaMgei 



BaOMOABLLtR 
Stairwritor .^ 



iUUiEBUUIIE 



FaMished every Wedaeeday by Byerly fnbUeattuas vltt 
sHto efflee located at IMltoBMeat Rd., Vtrglaia Beial^ 
Vs. IS4M. Secead class pestage paid at LyMtevea Ma- 
tka tt Vlrg;(uJ» Rf^rt. ft -wWk «*eeriptlM by ttafl: ft. 



^ ,~^^^^^>:'^ V^ j^ir 



Beach proposM to 8tatt.«. 



Del. IfeCtaaaa aUd that «iace there Is m ansMMMs 
tnUil tfcere is ao need for tte camp at ttet locatiw. 
The Quart «ftne some rther camp such as Camp Pickett. 

Mayor H(^aad also sunned the posaMU^tkat If tte 
Quart needed a beach froi locaUon it migU share Fort 
Story with tte Aimy. Coitamaa J, Curtis Pape saM 
that it was "laccwcelvaWe that, the Nattonal Quart could 
JttsUfy tlMt use of Camp Pendleton when Camp Pickett 
has thousanes of acres' now that amphibious warelare is 
..out," 

Ratirement system 

^ CowoUnaa R. l. R^^ts also asbtd for darificaUon of 
IMDpOMd leeislatioD relating to benefits of cHy employees 
ia the Siq^daneBtal RMremrat System. 

HaiAiiry said that Virginia Beach started this year to pay 
all <^ the employees' coatrihiUon to the system which em- 
ploy*!^ ttougbt would ramie to five per cwt. Jtow that the 
State, nder tte {ot^o^, would reduce thepayments as well 
as the taNiettts, Hanbury was conceined that employees 
might feel let down. 

Pickett said that the changes in the Social Security Sys- 
ten| have distorted the structure of the Virgima S^le- 
mei^ Retirement System. Actuarial studies made of the 
|;i^st«n, he said show that the income of some retirees 
exceeds the teke-home pay before retirement. To eliminate 

titfs occurrawe, tte pnqposal is to reduce the payment 
from one and a half per cent to one per cent. The change, 
if it is «Baeted. will m>t affect existing retires. Pickett 
Mid that althoi^ tiie proposal came out of his committee 
it "was not siqiported by him and it was "premature to as- 
smne there will be a reduction. 



Virglate 



M, ItW A 



gasoUne texes, ABC itrotfts, wine taxes asd otter Utdireet 
bieoeflts. 

Peslgm^ a particular committee to study tiie feasl- 
bUHy f. a partkl aU«c|fhn ^ tte ^te tax coUeeM oa 
m*>B^l fctf marine p^Mrito loalitites'fcir iwpec- 
tion s^ »fe^ latrols en the waterways and shdreline 
of thcr stote, and eiMillshim a State Marine PoUce Force 
uidepi tte Commission of Gtme and Inland Fisheries simi- 
lar to lUutt estaUished in the State tA Maryland for the en- 
forcenert tH motor boat safety regulations and all otter 
martoe law eaforeement activities, Tte rq>rMmtatives 
agreed to ad( for tte study ctf both. 

Hanbury Mid ttet tte Commission of Game and bland 
Fisheries spends 9S per cent of its fuids on Game. Cnr- 
mtly, of tte nine c^its per gallon sti^ tax collected (» 
fuel, 1 1/2 cents per gaUM is aUocatod tothe 
Protectimi Fmid and the r^Bainiag 7 1/2 ^nts per 
is retunnd to residents whQ file a claim for re- 




*ef of f Ae IVee^ 



motor 
Game 
gallon 
fiffld. 



Blue laws 



Riggs also said ttiat tte blue law was impossible to en- 
force, and "why teve it on the bo<dts if we can't enforce 
it?" Be said ttet he was sire ttet some of the people wte 
Voted tor the blue law In a city-wMe referendum are now 
breaking the law. 

Pickett said ttet it was worQiwhile to consider am^itr 
i^^^endum on tte matter. 

'INlMdas Mid ttet te did mrt thl^ theG«iena Assembly 
to d9 aig#dng about tte blue laws because tte Assembly 
feels it has given localities a way out —through reteren- 
dums. 



Horse racing 



•«^ 



Babalas said ttet parimutoel betting "which carried tte 

Sottte three times will te put in the House side in '78. 
Riggs remarked ttet even if parrautoal betting is legali- 
sed laws wcmld teve to te chaJoges to allow terse racing 
on&mday. 

Hanbury said ttet a study made by the Virginia Beach 
DevelqHriott Cmmeil was in favor of parimutoal betting only 
if tte city received a per ceatage. 

BidMlas said Out in tte last verston (rf the bill tte lo- 
calities were given some of the "handle." He said uncer- 
tain still exists about whetter the activity will te state 
or printeiy owned or located in Virginia Beach or WUliams- 

Otter proposals presented by City Council iscludfed: 

INstribi^gi^ of iwt sales tax reveme to operate ^m 
piddle scfools based on the avenge daily memtersh^ of 
tte scHool divisicms of oich county aiMl city as certified 
by tte Comptroller of tte Departmrat of Education on Sept. 
301 of tte calendar y«ur. The tax is pres«»tty distritated 
on ^ basis of a triennial census (rf school-aged pqwla- 
tion. Dr. E. E. Bridcell, siq>erintendent (tf schools, st^ested 
ttet this proposal te "placed cm a teck burner," because 
ttie re^ census, in which tte age of chiblren included 
wfr«' k>irared, is bwieficial to the Beach. He added ttet he 
(rtUi thtpte tte propsal is tte most ei|iiftsJ>le way to distri- 
twta.tte money. . 

Distribution (tf net profits from the Alcoholic Beverage 
Control Boart and the State Tax on wines tesedon either 
^Jast preceding United States census or the latest esti- 
8^ (A the poptilatioD nmde by tte Bureu of Populatioa 
il«|;Ecodomic Resean^ kA the University <tf Vir^nia, which- 
ever is Uia m(»t rece^. 

Barrow said tte proposal was offered last year and didn't 
get past tte ap|»ro!n1ation committee. There is even less 
sette df urgency this year he said, because of the^- 
proadiing census. 

Beach erosion 

An apprqtriatira from the State of |400,000 for the Vir- 
ginia Beach Eroslcm Commissicm for the 1978 biennium 
lAich would result in tte State and federal govemmrats 
contributing 50 per crat of the total expenses a^ tte city 
OMiMboting tte remaining 50 per cent. Cost in 1978-77 
was 1715,527.16. 

Aabalas said Uiat tte d^ will teve support from Mor- 
fOK biteause of erosion jHtiblems in Ocean View. 

Sen. Jps^ Fitqiatrick said it would be helpful to 
teVe tte amoimt of tax itollars touristjS spend in the state 
because "mon^ will te t^ht ^;ain Oiis' year." Hantery 
said tte dty research st^ has determined ttet Beach 
toirists generated |5,689,983 in sales and cigarette tax- 
M for tte Commonwealth in 1976 alme, xgA Including 



Vice Mayor Stamttng estimated Oat over telf (rfthe money 
is not dalned by Virginia Beadi resid«rts. and it is this 
midaimed portion ttet tte city wanU. It now reverts to 
ttestete, 

Babalas suggested establishii« a state-wide service to te 
tak«B over l9 tte i^te Police. 

Pickett nld Ite proposal was made oi^e tetore and that 
tte stete would ratter not do it. If Qie stete «ere to esteb- 
lish a stete-wlde service, it wouU teve to patrol tte whde 
coastline, te said. 

Fisli and crabs 

Councilman Floyd E. Waterfleld Jr. in a related matter 
suggested ttet tte Stete estaUish a license system fbr fish- 
ermra and crabters from otter states. He said ttet North 
Carolina iratterman were aUowed to fish awi crab in Vir- 
ginte wters but ttet Virginte mtermen were required to 
teve licoised in Nortt Carotins. 

An>ropriation of funds for libraries iq> to tte level 
already auttorized by Stete Uw. In 1976-77 Virginia Beach 
was eligible for |215,470 in Stete Aid funds but received 
only $55,690. 

Allow cities toe ability to exercise c<mdemnations in 
tte same manner as toe State Highway Commissioner. 
Prior to tte test printing of the Code of Virginte Hanbury 
said tte cities ted this abiUty. Babalas said ttet a study 
is beibg made for remakii« taf s for localities. He said 
that under new proposals, cities wiU teve a greater ad- 
vantage financially and condemnation proceedings. 

McClanan said he didh't expect prior an>roval from 
Coimcil for his actions in tte Assembly any more than he 
eqiecte Council expected to teve him approve ol anvthimr 
it did. wu^ 

In addition to McClanan, Pickett, Babalas and Fitzpatrick, 
otter legtelators present were Sen. A. Joseph Canada, Jr., 
and Del. Bill O'Brien and Bernard G. Barrow. 

Council J(^ R. Griffin took issue wito tte "attitude 
of (Stete LegteUtors ttet ttey are overlords of local 
government." 

Striking tte only note of discort during an agreeable 
meeting between tte Virginte Beach City Council and area 
leglsUtors, Griffin inmted to know "wtot tte legistetors 
are planning to <to in roduce ttet we are not ^ipraised — 
of such as tte dection of a mayor." 

Griffin was alluding to remariis made during tte November 
election ttet tte Genera^ Attembly should consider legis- 
tetion to permit tte dectioffi maynor, Atfresed tte mayor 
te elected tar memters of ^ftf Council. * 

Del. Ow& B. Pickett i^ed ttet he ted^tto legislafion 
in mind ttet tevoli^ tte city. 

Delegate Bemart Barrow said te ted.no legtetetion which 
wodd affect Virginte Beach specificially. 

Sen. Peter K. BabaUs said ttat he ted none, but ttet as 
duirman of tte local Govemmed and Financing Commit- 
tee te had found ttet on tte Senate side as much automony 
is given tte localities as possible. 

Sen. Jos^ Fitzpatrick, said ttat he could not commit 
himself to abstate from legtetetion udess approved by 
Coimdl because tte people may mdce requeste. Re added 
ttet he wodd cooperate witt Council. 



Four • moitt • oM "Fat 
Boy," a coder twrier, is 
lootiiv tor a tome ... and 
hop^diy before Cirtetmas. 

He's had aU Ms dldenp- 
er iftds aif te p^ier trate- 
•d. Fd Bey tes a reaUy 
good dteposition and wodd 
f!t ricM in ♦" a lo^inf hom" 



tf rM codd 0m M m- 
pitt a good hMW, ^t 
on Am to tte VtogUa 
BnacbSP.CA. orert4»- 
MOl. They've gd tots d 



Thmr'i 



pste, Jud ready to mate 
your Christmas a qweid 
one. 



In Windsor Woods.. 
Plaio...Green Run 



THE CATHOLIC PARISH 
OF THE HdY SPIRIT 




Maft«t: 

7 p^. Sat., 9:30 A 11 a.m. Sun. 
UlvpiiPM 340-7122 



Beach grant J 



Federd grante toteling 
169,639 teve been awarded 
to tte cities of Portemoutt, 
Nwfolk. Suffolk, Virginte 
Beach and Chesapeake for 
highway sdety projecte. 

Virginte Beach received a 
11,575 federd grad for tra- 
ffic engineer training. 



Light - 
to be 

installed 



By LEE CAHILL 
Public Affairs Writer 



The City of Virgida Beach 

' will instell a traffic light at 

tte tetersection dWildwood 

and First Colodal Roads 

within 60 to 90 days. 

City Manager George L. 
Hadmry sdd Monday after- 
noon ttttt city studies stew 
ttet a traffic light is just- 
ified at tte idersection and 
ttet cine of tte lights which 
teve been, repteced during 
the i^drateg to six tenes of 
Indtfli River Road and Great 
Neck Road will te transfer- 
red to tte idersection. 

Residents test week tem- 
terted City Council with 
petiti(»is and idormation in 
sqqwrt of a light at tte te- 
tersection. 

Hanbury dso said ttat 
dds on tte widedng of 
First Colodd Road will 
te ready te March. 
— i i nwinw mt ds n iiii 



as reported in the Wall Street Journal 

:ALkIHta£ST NAMES M HOME FURNnmiQS 

NOW ^^ 

In tiM Tidewater area 

Home of Quality Furnltun 
For Less Money 



and now Virginians can call us 
toll free S direct! 




\ 



^e jbltei's lUidieid HaUiiuis 
Ql¥9 your man a nautical gift 

Ships Wheals 

Pdf dacorating homa, of flea, 
r^taurant 

Four alias 

W* - •$«.«• 
42'NMt.w 

Also aU stylM d 

du^teMj^, jortAMrtseard, anchors 

ALL SAt^i^MUCED! 

Chdsea \ma% MptaU docte 

,^,^ Itey «^Br MMitoil itemf 

thioss's NcNiticol 
Anfiqjuss ft Gifts 

%m Va. B«ck Bte«. . MiiM «1^M 
^ I Mriia M d MH. Clt«te Hiintti<Maa 



PLEASE 
NOTE OUR 
NEW NUMBER 



42 1-|71 77 I 



a Christmas gift from 
Bladcwf Iders lasts 
llfetbned 



"^Bbcl^mkkrFimghL 



imoYom SHOf^pim plazm^ 

Uaamtaa In Mofock, H,C, , 1 7 mllas south of Intarsactlon 

l-Bd.n^^tUCBatmfMtimwdJ 

Wtoiter Hmirt - fttoiutay t^u Saturday • 10 a.iii. - pjn. 

Ttlsplione Pat MmmMsm 42 1-7 1 77 {mrma A toll free) 



"While ite earth remainett, 
seedtltte and harvest, 
and edd and teat, and 
snmmer and wider, and 
day and dght 
stell not cease." 

— Genesis t:U 








If Wteter cornea, can 
I^ing te fur behind? 
— ^Percy Bysste Stelley 

Fdtt sees promise te tte white world d Wteter 

When Wteter'a son witt slanting rays d light Seveab a world arrayed te glteteoiH 
ddte. Where barren trees and snow-dad peate bqrond Are mirrored to antee- 
enerusted pond; Some see it ody as tte year grown old, The earth devoid d life, so 
dead and cdd; A dormant land where nothing seems to grow And tetnre hopes lie 
Muied te tte snow. But ttese d fdtt see beauty te Ihte scene: nrowh Chnreli Itev 
know ttet one day it will mean a mirade ttet God will dways bring: Tte new reblrtt 
of life ttat's known as Sprt^. 

Gloria Nowak 



Haynes Furniture Company Rosewood Memorial Par^ 



sn4 Va. iich Blvd. 
Fnidtnre-Badding-CarpetlaK 

Bayslde Motora ! 

4747 Stere Dr. 464-4S6S 

Cteries C> Hde, Sr. * Staff 



•31 mteh Oi^ Rd. 497-8919 

C. C. KIrkpatriefc 

Wnils Furniture at Hffitop 

miLasUaRd. 42S.S951 
L. H. Boms A Staff 

Price's Incorporated 

45t0 Pembrdce MaU 622-9706 

Brand Name Appilances-TV-Stereo 



Kempaville Pharmacy 



Lindsay Bros. Inc. 

Humbing-Heatlag-Fnd OU Del. 
865 Newtown Rd. «7-46S3 



A Loan Assoc. 

16S5LaAJaRd. 426-0827 
Chnrch Aecoonte Welcome 

Smith Sales & Service 



Charlie's Seafood Restaurant 

81S9 Stere Or. 491-986S 

Mary E. Rehpelz * Employees 

Keliam and Eaton Inc. 
BIdg. Supplies 

Princess Anne Stettea 427-8200 
Fradc A David Keliam 

r 

Andy's Plumbing ft Heating 

lOOSCandDr. 48S-S000 
Stete-Reglstered-New k Old Work 

Keliam-Eaton Insurance Co. 

8111 Padflc Ave. 428-9161 



460 Battlefield Blvd. N. 
Elwood Smitt * Emdoyees 
M7-2929 



Furniture SI|||>wrooma 

828 S. Uttle CrMk'id, 
2981 S. MUitery Highway 
Sandy Bdte k Enqdeyees 



MHI-End Carpet Shop 

4740 Va. Beach Blvd. 497-4854 
Taylor B. Ca^ k Em^oyees 

Preston's Pharmacy 

1401 Pdadezter St. 945-7887 
Janes L. lUrshdl and Employees 

Todd Electric Company 

Henry * Moses Todd * Staff 

Higglns Realty, Inc. 

6680 Indian River Rd. 420-8120 
Cedl M. Harrison k Assoetetes 



Chesapeaice Savings ft Loan 

Frank N. Wood and Assoetetes 

Engineering Media inc. 

606 R. Liberty Street 
Cterlte Haid:wOrtt * Staff 

Brentwood Restaurant 
ft Lounge 

1818 Geo, Waditettnn Htebway 
Chesapeate, Va. 487-Mll 
Tom * Linda Sapter A Co. 

Overton's Market 



J. D. Miles ft Sons, Inc. 

J. D. mies, Jr. and Assoetetes 

Townsend Fuel, Inc. 

James Van Dyke and Employtes 

Southern States 
Chesapeaice Assn., Inc. 



1764 S. mutary Highfway 
L. Bdaont WlUtemaT P« 



P^aoanel 



416-1841 



1419 
Tte 



St I48-M9« 

AEmpieyeM 



Plasaer American 
Corporatton 

Ma nagw ad and P a r aenn il 



^ 



TNs feature m rrmde possible ttvou^ the 
cooperation of our mintetdrs. It is paid for 
by tfiese area firms who beieve otA* chur- 
ches are a vttal (^rt of our community We. 



lA^^i^^^Mh^ 



MiMMtfMli^fl^ittnai 



^m 




snopping 



Tte SUM wett CkrMiMS stewlM recently to see what 
ftrery<Nn t$ Nyb^ for tk« hdkiiiys. Eyeo Santa Claus 
ns intsii^wsd tn nmi aiit «hat kMs are asking bun to 

None of the sboppers coma realljr tliink of ^ythlag that 
is a big fad ibis yfitr. You can remember former Christ- 
mases wb» all ansrone wanted was a mood ring, a pair of 
toe socks or a CB radio. , 

Everyone did agree tbat they are spending more money 
this year, however. But people seem to be spending that 
money on practical gifts raUier than the frivolous. 

R.C. Swain, general manager of Rose's at College Park 
ShOMdng Center, said big selling items this year are small 
api^taBPM Attck as kltehw aids, blenders and irons. Lots 
of bicycles are being sold, and in the toy de|»rtinejit,.,^j)y- 
thine that has to do with space* 'thanks to the movie "Star 
Wars!" 

Hi added that sDupp«i-s started eai uf i- uiu, yesi and that 
Cbriatnas dappntioaa have really come back strong after 
a decline due to energy conservation. 

Santa Clans Wayne Scbook of Wedgewood O. in Virginia 
Beach said boys are asking him most of all for "Stretch 
ArmstFong" and "Stretch Monster" -dolls that stretch into 
almost any sli^pe and then retom back to their original 
fprm. Next on the list is bicycles. 

Little girls are asking for dolls of course. Host popular 



SUN Photo interview 




are "Baby Comelack," "Baby That-a-Way," "Baby Heart- 
\mi,^ BartAe, Charlie's Ai^ehi a^ Du^ dMl llarte. 

A stroll down tte aisles of tte toy d^paitnwt revealed 
thejyitest in Mtertalnment tor chUdTM. 

"ai^ Coii*a<*" by Mattel ^toddles like «al tots do, 
but <»m« right lack and Ufts her arms tt yc«." ^ is Ig 
inches tall, cpentftMr on two "G* tattortes^ Is rtt^imflnded 
for chiMrM over age three ani ciMts*^ii»Hnatety $14. 

"Balv That-a-Way" and "Baby Hwrtoeat" art also made 
by Iftittel and ctst about $13. "Baby Tbat-a-Wayf tmlks, 
crawls ajDd tasses, is 15 inches tall aiMi rms on two "ly 
batteries. 

■ "Baby Heartbrait'' has her own speclai st«tto««^ and' 
th^mo m^er with irtiich you can Ustw to l^r b^rtbeat 
ani take her temperature. S^ is 13 incttes teU and pier- 
ages on aie "AA" tatteir. 

A search tor "Stretch Armstroi^" awl "Str«t<* l^Mter"^ 
prowl fruitless, as they were sold out in every stoNdfeck- 
ed. But some of the new space toys were aroilable. 

Here's tl» Bemco "Stor tm CSF C«ti^(sd j^ce 
ri^ht" which sells tor aivroxifflately $U^ and ^ Mattel 
"Flyioe Aces - Squadron Command Codqittt I*aa»dier" 
co^fiBg^boit 112. 

'^ItoUhMn, the n]^ hero," s#lls for $2.50 and tte 
"C^joi^^eu- Blimp" by Revell (abottt^) soids Ughted moving 
messsMfes and (^erates on two "D" batteri^. 




». and MK. HASBT I* BDfflOlKi of Bowamn Rd. say 
^ aim mft^ IMC* arimF ttds ywr oa ChrlBtmasi^. 
IMym are ativtac laae^i ta oar t^em (tfilRs," 



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Beach has a treasure of unusual gift ideas 



188 cloMr,Caris*Bi»sfets, the larder it seens to find 
tftOM wiMnl gifts that Jwt hit the spot. 

The Virginia Bwch Sun la checking aroandVlrgkia&aMA 
hu found naair unusual ^en Ine^oslve ways, to natch 
nptbatChrtstmasUst. «•" r» i««o 

For a special touch to the kitchen, and some Insight Into 
!S..'*il' J* J<V tfowB on the torn, try giving someone, 
"Wtats Co<^ng In Farm Bureau Kitchens." 

Tb cooUMok corera e?erythli« from soup to dessert, 
afld is available thnm^h tlM Women's Committee of the 
Cbeiapeake Farm Bureau at 482-4522. 

Dolls an ilMnltely tte tu^ to make this Christmas, 
according to Joum Brltt ami DelorM Davis of "HoM^les 
It Crafts" at College Park Sbr^jdog Geota-. 

"You use Joy or Ivory hUfM bottles lor the bodies, 
aail then add mi faces and trimmiags," said lis, Britt. 
"We have jtfolably sold 3,000 faces since S^ember." 

Ovaer Butan Myrlck says many peqde are makbig 
things iastMd of (kdng.a lot ot buying this year. Her shop 
UiMl Of aaaterkOs and Ideas for many ineqiensive Christ- 
ina gifts awl decorations. 

/^« wFeaths nay be purchased and trimmed with rlUxm 
aM doU-llke figun»s fpr around |10, depea<Ung on the trim- 
nltiisated. 

111. Oaitfs dl^layed a pair of "snowflake" earrings 
^t <aa be made in a mtoute. A pacbge of sequin snow- 
^mtelns abwtt 20 sequins for 39 cents. Ctee sequin is 
from an earring ba^clng. The backs sell in a package 
(tf U f«> 39 cents. 

Little mt^netic worms, often used for holding messages 
00 i^iigerators, can be made for arobid ^ out of styro- 
fiiatt packing m^erlal^ chuillle and decorative straight 
plaa. 

Bomemade Christmas decorations la the shop included a felt 
aad braid canly.cane clttin that counts offihe 24 dhys until 
^ifstnas; a nativity scene made mit of a Pringles can, 
(dd ^elry and angel balr, costing about 50 cents; an egg 
b($ater filled with styrofoam eggs and Christmas riUxm; 
and Iwtauettas faiM(»ed of ribbon, wire and florists tape. 
rO(^ Wladl^« of inland Drive, is mhUng placemats 
this year as gifts. Depending on the kM ofjnmyoubuy, 
a set (rf foiU' placemats and two hot pads only cost from four 
tostadcdiars. 

Mrs. mMfiey made a frame from wood and jiallsin 
whidt to weave tiie plac«nats. She suggests using the fOor 
otmce-fOur ply washable yam. t 

"f ou weave the yam kind of like you do a pot tolder," 
sie said. "After you've finished weaving^ you tie off the 
(kHi In differ^ colors and then trim the loose pieces. 
TUs gives it the shaggy look. " 

If rs. Wiodley said the entire process only takes about 
kMt hours of concentrated work. 

Her daughter, Janice, came up with andUier gift craft 
tdss. ftn* ftds year's Christmas. She covers a box of tissues 
i^ needle pdnt. 

^if^Me^ uses a foshlon ease plastic fornegUepoint and 
three-pl;y colored nm. "Y^use^(^ptf|:|iO|Bkfi to any . 
deildiiyriMLniSiDUiH^dkpplpy^ -^-t^ 

i^aad five dollars, Janice's box cover 
alKwt tour hours. ? 

of l^dor Court has a coupi^ of sn^s- 
tMi l^iafl^ (Taft gifts. 

Itfir tfidlday bread warmers made from a nmnd basket 
fjid trimmed quiltieg, are super quick and easy. Garnish- 
ed Witt fresh bomdiaked bread, the warmer n»kes a 
verjr attractive gift. The warmers cost under |1.50 and 
a^ takes "SO mtoutes at the most" to make. 

I(rs. Marshall suggests a great way to remember fit vorite 
iriim is to deoQMUiiK wine labels ra a j^ece of beveled- 
edged wood, l^ recommends vamishtog the wood wiUi 30 
to 40 eoats, apirtylng a coat a day. Hie cost for the wtoe 
calaniier is arbui^ five dollars. 





JQAim BRITT Of Maraloo Drive In Virginia Beadi and 
DOLORES DAVIS of Chesapeake model snowflake earrings 
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T«fc» notice ttet on D«<%nber 23. 101 «t 10:00 AM. 
at tte nrtnises of TMevtttr AMC/JMp/Monlt, mt 
n. B«Mi Beri«nrd, VlnUa BmcIi, Vlrfiida, 134^. 
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DESCRIPTION 

ir?SQ|Mlttl 
1971 Grcnlii 



TH}EWAT» AMC/JEEP/WMDA 
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ASC«^SM37 
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ymemk. w the cmcvrr court of TKEcmroF 

tniKfflnA BEACH m fHrncD day of December 



BOY W. HAGtE. A.. DtMUCd 
C.P. #4«77 

ft appMYtaK tet t ^ort of^ Ai&eoiBte of Bokot 
▼IrcbMi Tnot Ct^vuiy, Eiccolor ol tte Estate ol Rojr 
v. 1^^, JHr.t DaewMtf. an! otflWdiMs m-demaads 
avi&£rt Mr Eitate kaie tew filed to Oe Cl«fc'8 Mfice, 
u»d IM mure than ^ W) aoatta Ittve riqised sIbcc 
ttt qw[ltft0it|qi of s^ Eneitor, ud Mi moti<» of fl» 

OK^iSD ttat tke eraditmY <K, aad all others 
trterertBd to, tlwBrtrteJBriwircaBae, if aay ttejr eat, 
OB ttie 4tt itay of Jamair ^71. at 10:00 a.m. More 
ttls OMnrt at its Covrtroom, aaaiBst the paymMlit aad 
ddlvett of ttM Estate of Rejr w. Ni«le, Jr., Deeaased, 
te tte (ttstriMees or l^atees vtOnot reqairtoc re- 
ftrattogboiito. 

rriS PTOTHER ORIHERED that ttls 8ko« CaHM Or- 
der l» piAlislMd oBce a «e^ Ibr two ^) nie^ssiT* 
we^K to the Tlrginto Bcadi ^a a vangfufw kavtof 
geaeral^idrcdatioa aad pidiiislied to tke Clqr of Virfinto 
Baack, Virftato. 

A Ccmr T^e: iekm V. Fntras, Cteit 
By: i. Cartis Fntt. Oefi^ Clerk 
PkililiR. Eartt^,p.i|. 
BOYD, PAYNE^TES h FARTHING. P.C. 
1240 VlrgtoU Kattoaal Bank Building 
Norfblk, VlrgiBto 23510 

VBS-K/M. 12/21 - 2t 



SaOW CAUSE (XtDER 

KI8GI1IIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CITT OF 

VOGOflA BEACH ON THE 6TB DAY OF DECEMBER. 

1977 

to tlM matter of the Estate (rf 

EIHf A H. NAGLE, Deceased 

C.P.#4«7i 

R appearing toat a Report al toe Accomits of Baak 

irt Vtrgtoto Trast Om^aay, Exeeotor <rf the Estate of 

&taa H. Rigle, Dec»u^. and (^^.drtttsardanads 

" aii^uf Wit iNb^ Wnrttheea fiM to toe (M^fk Q W«^ ^ 

the «iaUflotiOB of iSi^eeaiDr, afld W tooti§ii ef thC 
Ezeoiar, ft to, tiiereftore 

(XO^RED that toe creditors of, and all others to- 
tcr^tol to, Um Estoto do show cnne, if mj thqr can, 
oa toe 4to day of Junary 1971, at 10:00 a.m. h^re 
fUs Court at its Conrtronn, agatost toe payaaeit and 
' del^rery <rf the Estate <rf Riqr W. Nigle, Jr., Deceased, 
to toe ttstrtbotees or legator vithmt requiring re- 
ftoidtogboato. 

IT IS FURTHER CHtDERED toatjhto Show Caue Or- 
der be pitolished tmce a week far two ^) raceessiTe 
weti(8 to Hie VirgiaU Beach San. a mmnpKpBt havtog 
geaery dreatotioo aad pnUishad to toe Ci^ of Tirgtnta 
Beach, Virgiata. 

A Copy Tnte: Jolm V. Feitfress, Clerk 
BNp: J. Cirtto Fratt, Deputy Clerk 
Philip RPartoii«,p.q. 
BOYD, PAYNE, GATES A FARTHING. P.C. 
1240 Virgiata Natiooal Bank Baildiag 
Heriolk, Virgiata 235K) 

VBS-12/14, 12/21 - 2t 




VIRGDnA BEACH PUBLIC NOTTCE 
Correctioa from Dec. 7, 1977 issue 
VKdMA: Notice is hereto xivea toat oa Wednes^v. 
December 21. 1977, the Ctty of Vlrgtota Baatt shaH 
sitomit to the MM. uepartm^ <» aouiag ua uitaa 
Oevek^nent a request aad e«ttficatltai f(»- the release 
of $2,290,000.00 to EitttlemeM Funds under Title I. of 
toe Housing and Commaai^ D^elopme^ Act of 1974. 
The request and eertWcatioB for toe release of fUids 
pertains to the Seataefc binary Seng* FaeiUty, Sea- 
tack Water FaciUty. Newaome Farms KMer FadOties, 
Newlight Sanitary Savage, Seatack ^rect toqawre^i^ 
Nevli^t Street Improvemeats, Graeetoaa W^er Ea- 
giaeering. Grant Program, Nevsome Farms SiMtary 
Sevage, and Coatingncy moites as oitflincd to the City's 
ap^cation to HUD oa March 15, 1977. 
He City of Vir^^ Bead has prqiar^ aa atviroa- 
nm^l review rerard respecting toe above 
wUch the release fA toads U MKht nta 
be reviewed aad «9ies obtained tteret^ at 
Beach Grants Office from 9:00 A.M. tq 
Moaday toroi«)i Fr^y. "" , 

The Ctty of Virgiata Beach to the ofBcial Apfdicaat for 
tto above-r^ereiKed tonfiag and the i^dresa to: Mui- 
e^ CMter. City of Vtrgtota foach, Virgtota 23451. 
George L. Raobury, City Itoaagcr, to the CUef Exe- 
c^ve Officer representii^ the Ap^caat. 
The City of Virginia Beach will aadertake toe project 
described above wito Block Gra^ Aakto mm toe U.8. 
DqMrtaest of Housiag and Urban Dei^epaM^ ^Om) 
Oder Titte I. of the Hoioing and CtMaa^ty Devekp- 
mcat Act of 1974. The City of Virgtoto Beach to Mrtt- 
tying to BUD that the City of Virgtoto Beach aad Qmnw* 
L. witoury, to his official capactty aa City Mua^r, 
cflUMBt to ace^ tte )^risdictiw <rf ttw Padnnl couto 
tf aa acfisB to brougfet to mfn-(% rHpoariMWM to 
retadte to eavtroaaMirtal review, tectaiM miUag, aad 
acttoa: ad thtf thesk regilaaalbilities havebaaa srtto- 
ttod. The l^tol4dlect(rftoe<»1ifiatiMtottiijpoate 
auroral, the City <tf Virgiata Bm^ i^ mt 
CbMl tuads, and HUD will have sattoftad Ra 
bUWw iBitor toe MMiaal Eaviniatoeetal 
<tf mt. niD win Mcapl m ol^ecttoB to 
itf toe r^ase of toati aad aee^teKe ctf the 
^B «^ if it to OB oae of tot lonow^AMaKtA) 
toat toe MMatfoi waa not to tact «weatod ^ tit 
ma tMsmm mm ot tte appBeut: or {iQ^iitff 

want's andnMHi^al r«dev r^wd te tot av^t 
ia^^M, oarintoa of a iwfMrad deeMai..|ta», w 
i^ agpUabto to toe pN#ct to toe«irtA«a«iWN- 
vtov^ti^w, nu i ectlwit lait be wmntSk mi a^i^- 
tod to MewdMw idto at raiiiriad m^mamt iU 

CFs Mt N). mt mu m tu^mm to mQ««u 

l^iDM toga r«nM^liMk«ihvMMn«- tomf toise 
Atad ghmr wttf art bt nilttdfaff ^^. Baai^o 
#■ M^fBd dtaf TtBBiry M^ 1^ wabe 
^ mm. 

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omm OF PUBUCATION 

to the Clwk's Office irf the 

Circidt Cwrt ot the a^ 

of Viifinta Bead, VA. en 

the 7to <tay of Deeea^er, 

1977 

UeB. White, 

Platotiff. 

apktoit 

IjarleBt Btttalne 

l^eaq^ea White, 

D^mAuA. 

The obiect of this sirtt to 
to <l]tote a dtvwee a vtocu- 
to awMtooirfl fTMh toe MM 
oeieiMMT, apon oMgnNnaa, 
of coaMno^ t^aratioB to 
eieaBaitfoa»d)year. 

Aad M afi&vtt havii« 
beeatoate aad filed th^ the 
M^^Awt to a BW-r^dnrt 
of the State ot Vir^ibi. the 
l»t Imam pMt (#et add- 
ress htm-. U^ mm Lake 
Drive» A^ma. Gefi«fta tt to 
ordered toiU she do appear 
OB <ff Miare the 27il day 
of Jantary, 1973 aad do what 
amy be ateasnry to protect 
ho- totorest to ttto suit 
A oopy-'NstiK Joha V. 
Fentress 

By: 9%m A. Keea^m, De- 
Mty, Cleiic 
lipomas C. Bn^les 
Pacific Avenae lA SSto St. 
Virgiato Beach. VA 23451 

VBS-12/I4,12/21.12/8I 
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This day came Hei^ryWU- 
0f and Doloreli Jaft Kay- 
BM Wiley, Petltiotwni, and 
r^reaeated that the obiect 
of this proceeding it to ef • 
toct the adoptioB of the ab- . 
isif named iafhnt (s), Chrto- 
toiMMr Aatoao SbiM, pf 
Henry Wley aad IMkawi 
Jaae mMea Wile^ Ims 
hfttd aad wil^, 
davtt haytogteeai 
flMthatlw^Oil 
aaael, a tttsral i 
ttf said chiM, is 
dent (rf the State Trt Vir- 
gtoto. the last knowB post 
oBlea adifreas bei4|: IMO 
wm Oeettview Avwue, 
WKtolk. Vtoglnia It is 
therefore Ordered IM the 
aM Jevti CUffordl&uni 
nf«ar on or before the 
fla diy of January, 1971 
aadtntteatehisatUJMeto- 
mxi tot prtposed aigplkai 
<v iMwrwise do iMat to 
aattiMry to protect Us to- 
tonasttotUsnattef. 
A eopy teste: 

Joha V. Featress, Clatt 
Bf: PatU A. Keeaehaa D.C. 
M(»SISH.FINE 
TgOLawBkto. 
Graai^ A Plume Jttreets 
Norfolk, VA. 

VBS-n/30,l2/7,12/l4. 
12/21 -4t 




ORDER (ff PUBUCATION 

to the aeit's Office of toe 

Ctreait Coart of the City of 

Virgtoto Beach, VA oa the 

2Srd day of Noveodi^, 1977 

Cathy LareadaAlliaoB 

Maliory. 

Plaiatiff 

against 

Ricky CtarlesMaUoiY, 

DefBBdaiit. 

Hm object of totoaidt is 
to obtato a dtvorce a vto- 
eato matrimoaii fitrn toe 
said detaataBt. qjiea toe 
gronda of ooe year sep- 
aratioe. 

Aad an aflMavtt havtoir 
beea made aad filed that 
toe defeadaat's tort kaowa 
post office addieas to 1714 
Beto Road. Richmoad, Vir- 
ginia, aad toat (toedU^eace 
has beea aaed by and oa 
betoOfattheptotottfltoaa 
certoto to what eaniity ' 
eoipontioB toe defni — ^ 
to. without etfoet/tt Is or- 
lawed torthe doanpearoa 
or before toe tlth day of 
Jaaairy, I97t Md <to what 
may be aoeesaary to pro- 
tect kto Interest to this 

aidt. 

A eopy-Teste: Jfltoi V.Fea- 

toms ' ' 

By: Patti A» Keeaehaa, De- 

paty. Clerk 

Ttaiwater Legal Aid 

Sede^ 

147 Graaby Street, Office 

412 

Xorielk. VA 23510 

fB8-ll/30. 12A UM 
«/21 - 4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

to the Clerk's Offitt of the 

Ctreutt Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, VA. on 

toe 1st day of Deeember, 

1977. 

Jessica Sue Daltra TedM- 

co, 

PlaiBtift, 

agaiaat 

James A. Tedesco, 

DefMdant. 

Tha object of thto suit 
to to dttato a divorce a 
mensa el thoro fi^pa the 
aaid deftndart, opoe the 
groBuAi of desertiaa. 

Aad tt affidavit havim; 
beea made uA~ filed that 
toe MmSuA to a aoB-re- 
sidett of toeStatoirfVtr- 
giata, the last known post 
office address bdK: 157 
lUrd Slre^. <M Fofge, 
Pomsylvaflia it to ordered 
that te do iipear^fle orbe- 




ORDES ,0F PUBUCATION 
to tlyCterk'a Office of the 
Cliait Court of the City 
of Vliftota Beach, VA., oa 
tt» VSk day of Noveatoer, 
1977. 

David Jay Wdsfaerger, 
Ptatntif!. 



Lflto Sudra Lemo' 
Waiaberger, 



The <*|ect of thto auit 
to to obtato a 4ivdree a 
me^ rt thon>, to be tater 
a«rged iato a divorce a 
vtoodo matrtoMitfilmathe 
nid drfeedaBt, apoa the 
groBBds of dwerttoa. 

Aal n alfidaiA havtog 
beoB made and filed ttet 
toe defeated to a an-re- 
aideat of the ftate of Vlr- 
glBia. tot Itft lotova post 
(rffice «idN»s%aiBg: i^rt- 
BMBt No. 90t, 1200 East 
MarMoB Ptoa. Charry HiU, 
New Jeraey. mM ttto or- 
dnred fiM ^'4to ttptar 
OB or before tot 9n day 
of ^tomry. 1971 aad do 
i^t may be atiiaieaiy to 
protect hn* taterMtotoia 

A coi^-Teste: Mm V. 
Feafrass 

By: Pattt A. KaeaMaui, De- 
puty, €1«t 
JartidG. W^b«f 
1400 VirH^ Ritl Baito 
^<Mdk.«.0.BQi3$» 
Itorfolk, VA 23514 

VBS-11/30,12/742/14, 
U/21 - 4t 



Fortress ' 

By: Patti A. keendiaa, De- 
puty, Cleit 
Timothy W. Badiem 
Suite a4.NlftOwaSquat« 
Vlrgtota BMdi, VA. 23442 

VBS- 12/7, l^r24. 12/21, 
12/23 -« 

ORDER OF PUBUCATIOIt 

to the Cleit'a Office of the 

Clreidt Coart ot the City 

of^ntota Beach. VAoa 

Qw In day of December, 

1977. 

Larry Clifton Dorsett. 

Ptaiatifi, 

against, 

Cand Jane Woods DOr- 

sett, 

DeleBdant. 

Hm object of tlds suit 
to to obtato a divox;ce a 
vinmlo matriOMnii Irom 
the said defendant, upon 
toe grounds of one year 
separation. 

Aad an afflAivit having 
been made aad filed toat 
the (Mewtaat to a mn-rer 
aidant of the State of Vir- 
ginta, the last known post 
office addrM» being: 113 
Nottingham Cirde, Cary, 
Norto Carolina 275U it is 
ordered that At do appear 
oa rar before tte 23rd day 
(rf January, 1978 and do 
1^ may be aeceisary to 
prrtect her iatovst to lids 
sirit. 

A eopy<terte: John V. 
Fentress 

Bf: Hm A. Keenehaa, De- 
puty. Gerfc 
TtaiottorW. Ftoehem 
Si^ n4, Newtowa Square 
Virgtota Biyeh, VA. 234S2 

VB8-1Z/7J2/14,U/21, 
12^ - 4t 



ORDER OF POBUCATK»f 
to the Clerk's (Mce ot tte« 
Clreitf Oonrt of the City 
of VtogU^ Btaeh, Va.. oa 
toe Ur day of December, 
1977. 

,inaG<»«i, 
nai^ttf, 

WdofaGoBM. 



vu^MastotoiCiffrsOf- 
Jtoa of tte Oretf Cokrt 

OBtoeM«dir of 
1977, 
krttAiifltoBaf 



aid Wfo 



Thaoi»e tjrtoto aiato 
l0r*4|itoto a dtdBiita a vto- 

talj dafoadail, upoa the 
of ttfiratiOB for 




ft: ^waJjOttlard 



■iPtthuoatNar. 

Md an afMavtt havtiv 
ms BUde aac filed that 
#t dafeadaaf to a oon-re- 
of tha itote of Vlr- 
the Itit' Jbmmri post ' 
addrttaMk: 119 
atrstt, Teado, 

Phittpptots it Is 

iMwad that Abt dp appear 
m « betort Ike Strdday 
of Jtatary , Ifft aad do what 
it aecMttry topro- 
to m» 




A «opy-T^. John V, 

FralrMU 

^f: Pattt A. KewMaa.De- 

p^, CleitE 

Vtooant A. Bertoltal 

2l4MidtewaBldg. 

NoH(dk. VA 23905 

VBS-12/7,12/14,12/«l, 
12/21-41 



ORDER OF PUBLKUITK» 

to the aerk'a oam si the 

ar^ril CouH ^ toe City 

of Virgtota Beadi, VA ee the 

30lh day (rf mrmOm, 1977. 

Pitfrtee Beum' Cobl^, 

PlaiatiS, 

anlnrt 

m^diael Christopber 

Co^. 

De^todi irt. 

ne 01^ of firta Mt to 
to oMata a tfvi»i». t vta- 
eato BMftrtmoidi {ran the 
said d^eadaat, Upoa tto 
gronKhi of one yew; separa- 
tlaaoftotiwMs. 

Aad n affidavit havtog 
beea matte Mdfltodttat the 
d^BBteiStoaaoa-resf^ 
deat of the Stide of Virgtoto 
toe last IMWB post <d8ce 
address being: 440 E. State 
Street, Batea Rouge. Loris- 
iaoa, rirt02 it to ordtfedtoat 
he do ai^ear i» or b^mre 
the 20Qi day of January, 1973 
and do vtet smf be aeees- 
sary to protect hto laierest 
to thto salt. I 

A coiqr-Teste: Join V. 
Fentress 

By: Pftti A. Keenebaa, De- 
puty Cleit 
3obB D. Booker. Jr. 
UK PrtoCMs Anne Road 
Virgiata Beach, VA 

JBS^- 1^. 12/14. 12/21 



ORDER OF^PQKJCATKHf 
tothaCtek'sOfficdeftH 
Circuit Court of tot Oty 
of Virginia Beadi. VA <riifiw 
21st 4iy of November, 1977 
Gontoa Arthar Grovei^, 




to obtato a dtvnce a yto- 
ado matrimoaii firon tte 
said deftoidut. vfoa tte 
groaa^ d living Mpuate 
and yart wi thgt to hWF- 
nyiUoa ud vflhuut oohabi- 
ta^B, for more toaa 
OBtyear. 

itod aa affidavit tevtog 
beea nude ttd filad ttet 



tte dritBdaat to a aon^re- 
sMlFat file State of Vir* 
giala. tte last kaowapost 
offi^ address betog: 1700- 
B BarreaCoart, Norto 
Chl0go.^&toois, COOMltto 
ontetad tort atedoaiBaar 



on mr before tte llfii day 
ci January, 1973 aad do 
whrt tiiv te JweeMai^ to 
protect ter ttterert to thta 
suit. 

A copy-Teatt: Jote V. Fea- 
tress 

Byt Htti A. Keeaeten, De- 
puty. Clerk 
WiUtam W. Merritt 
1210 Qnttf ftrert 
Norfolk, Va. ||510 

VBS-11/30.11/7,12/14. 
12/21 -4t 



ORDER OF PUBLTCAIIOII 

to tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Cireatt (k»rt of tte Ctty 

of Virgtola Beaeh. f A. ot 

toe UM day of NovwAir. 

1977. 

DoaM LMMTid Christiu. 

Ptatottff. 

^itort 

dtorlto E. ^rirtiaa. 



Tte ol^eet of toto suit 
to to (Mato a dtvorca titm 
toa tead of atorri^ fhaa 
fiw saM datadart, i9ea tte 

Aai aa ^fklivtt te^ 
beta Btode aad filed tM 
tot itifwiiiiit to a asa-re- 
sMtrt of Iter itote of Vlr- 
ghiM. tttlMtltoo«Bport (rf- 
tlca (wtHiii belag: Roobi 

219, Ito!^ BUMrt AotMty 
!Mritt|^ MB ftortito 
Anmm,^^Mi^jn if^l 
tt to offdihad lart te do 
^jf^HT aa or MtoaJtotim 
m it mmer, tm aad 
do iMrt m te atetM^ 
to ^etortiria iitoart to 

A e^f-t^: Mm V. 
De- 



^ PiMA. 
puty. CkMk 
^MidT.Maa,in 
^Mt MMto Aviaae 
P.O. Baa # 
VintfalB AMh. VA 

VV-limit/7.12/14, 
12/21-41 



ORbER 

VBHSimA: to Tte Ctorfc s 

Office of tte Cireiitt Court 

of tte City ofViiftola 

Beaeh. oa tte ISto day of 

Nov^atoo-, 1977. 

to rer Aopttoa tf Mrtisii 

Am WaavMT. «b Mtet. mi 

diuge ol teim to Mtf issa 

MMlSsa Ana CUne 

Bv: 9.of R. Clalsw and 

aiwtoClaiase 

PrtttioMra 

To: ^BtU Raymood 

Weaver 

Bk^ J^A^ '^S^uBM^k ^^d^^kJ^kMiih 3<aB^iaHt 

mmn bppme coaooMiiuiaiu 
ISOilntfWMd A^Mae 
&f«sota, FtelA^MNl 
to Chn^y C77-17i7 



This day came Roy R. 
Claisse and Gloria Q^Um 
Petittoaers. and represent- 
ed ttet tte object of tUs 
proceeding is to eff)Kt tte 
adoptloa of tte htove Btmed 
tnfaat (s), Mtltosa Aaa 
Weaver, tgr Itoy R. Clatose 
and Glorto Ctoisae, haataad 
and wlfo. and affidavtt tev- 
tog been nadt and filed 
tttt Roartd RaynMed 
Weaver, a aaboml pataat <rf 
si« ddldrrea), to aaoa- 
nrtdo^af tte State olVir- 
gUda, ttetort kasitoport 
otOee addSTNsb^: Aadity 
Brook CoBdoaiiniun, 1500 
WUtfirtd Avenue, &rasoto. 
Pta. 33530, tt to tterefOre 
Ordered ttat tte said.llOB- 
ald Raynond Wtever^ipear 
OB or beiore Uie Oto day 
of January, 1978 nd in- 
dicate Ua/ter attttade to- 
ward tte propoaed adivtloB 
or otterwiae do wtet is 
necessary to protect his 
interert to toto matter. 
A copy terte: Jote V. 
FMtreas, Clerk 
By: Pattt A. Keenebaa D.C. 
AleiH. AdUas 
P.O. Box 12571 
306 Execottva feldg-Janaf 
Norfolk, Va. 23502 

VBS-1 1/23,11/30,12/7, 
12/14 - 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
to fin Clark'aOf^eoftte 
Circuit Ooart of tte City of 
Virgtoto Beacft; VA oa toe 
iSto 4ay of Novemter, 1977 
Brteda Joyce Vikne, 
PtoiBtiff, 
againrt , 
Art Vtksae, 
Defeadart. 

Tte obtoet of tUs suit 
is to obtato a dNarce a 
vlBodo matrtaaadf from 
file aaWde^pailart, upoa tte 
grouMte of one year se- 
parattoa. 

Aad m afldavtt Ufim 
.beea made Md filed ttet 
file ikttaiuA to aaoe-re- 
sldBrt of ttt AateofVir- 
^Bla, tte tort kaowaport 
office address beiMi 1144 
Avemw B. Bchtaectaak Wtw 
Yoft. !»0ltttoonler- 
ed tort tedomnaraad 
do whrt mar te aeoessanr 
to prated hto toferert la 
tfaia suit. 

A ofqr-Terte: Jote V. 
Featreaa 

By: J>attt A. Keenehan, De- 
prty, Cterk 
Tidewrter Le^ Aid 
Sodety 

147 Graaby Mreet 
Norfolk, VA. 



ORDER OF PUm^ICATION 
to tte Gtoift's Office Of toe 
Cireiat Court of tte Ctty of 
Virgtoto Beach, VA oa tte 
iMd^flf Noyember, m? 
R e becca L. Webb, 
PlaMiff, 
a^tort 
fiifldWate, 



Tte o^^eddtmfaattla 
to cMrta i ittvorte a idBca- 
to laiArlBMBli ttxm tte a||^ 
defesdart. mMn tte ftotela 

pnitioB. 

Aad n affidavtt tevtog 
batt mate ad filed ttgt 
toe fMatdaat to a«e*«9- 
rtdirt of tte State « Vtf - 
gtato, tte tort temn p^ 
ofllee ad ttPMs b j ^i^R eate 
1, 94^A. AvtoBi torthCiy- 
dlM tt to ocdnad ttetie 
do mpatf aa M'.teMrt Ito 
Itt^ of taiaai^ ilfl 

:toW«^^ 
A eenr-t«te: J<te V. 

Wfi PaWA.beiaha.lto- 
A^rt__ 

P.O,ltBl0M 
inr0ilaBiaeh.VA 

vw-n^n/».ii/7, 

12/14-41 



to tot Oultt 
flitetslltem^MCoMt 
tf^ttf IMtf V^M 



.doption of William 
John Gale, Jr. aad cha^re 
of bis name to Samuel 
Jerome Lewto, HI 
By: Samuel Jerome Lewto 
Jr. aad EUiabeth Lorratoe 
Raain- Lewto 
Petttieters 
1^:MtCteGale 
UOS 1MM Oeeaa View 



Norfidk. VA 



to Chancery «C-77-1549 



TMs day came &moel 
J««iBt Letto. Jr. vd Eli- 
ttbett Lonato Ramer 
Lewto. MittoM^t ad re- 
prMatod toat tte dtfect 
<^fldspro^iedlag to tort- 
tod tte i^Optioi <^ tte a- 
bon umiaA MM (s), WU- 
Ittn JtM ^e. fay aunuel 
Jwone Lewis, Jr, and , 
^HdMtt LontUne HuBer 
Lewto, teiband ad wtto, 
aad affidavtt tevii« bem 
made and filed thrt Side 
Cte Gale, a atnral par- 
ed of said chUd. to a 
BOB-^sldHit d tte State of 
Virgbtf£ toe la^ known 
port fli!B<^ aihlress being: 
1109 WertOema View 
Avemw, Ndrfolk, Virginta. 

a to tttrelore (h^red 
thrt file sairSuk Cte Grte 
Vjpear mat tefore th^ tth 
day of ilaanary. 1978 and 
iaacate ter attttade to - 
vwrd file proposed adop- 
tfon, or otterwise do wtutt 
to aeeesnHr to prdect ter 
Interert to toto matter. 
A eopf terte: Jdm V. 
Fertraa, Clerk 
By: PiM A. Kewrtian D.C. 
CterlM E. Jenktos, H 
804 Plaaa One BoUding 
Norfolk. Vlrgtota 23510 

VBS-ll/23,n/30,12/7, 
12/14 -4t 



cmimQ^ puBucATior 

to file Oerk's CMfice oTttie 

Circuit Court of ttie Ctty 

of Vir^ato Beach, VA oa 

tte 1^ day of Novemter 

1977. 

boyd Lee Leoaterdt, 

m|toftff, 



uttst 
Oaadto 



ladto Jea Kqdey 
LaOBhardt, 
Dttoadburt. 

tte dijed of fills suit 
to to obtoto a div«r^ a 
. vtoeuto BiatrlmoaU from file 
aald deftadart. mm the 
grouBda of dwerttxi w to 
tte altorartfve oae year 
cflafiaaous «qiaratioa. 

Aid a rtfidavtt teviag 
beea toade end filed fiMit 
fiM defeated is a aoa-re- 
alded of file Stoto of Vto- 
giato, tte lart kaowa port 
<^BBet «dta«M brtng: Rode 
Uv Boa 19 A. Leziflgtoo, 
Vflftt ^roUna tt to or- 
dtrail tott^^ do appear 
m or b^re ttw 9tt day 
of Janary. Hf^addowtet 
aiay te necwMary to pro- 
tod ter trterert to fids 
suit. 



A eei9-Tertfe Jdto V. Fen- 

trasa 

Br Mttl A. Keenehan, De- 

P%,t^t 

Jbbmm a. Gwry 

P.O. Bn $U 

Vlr^da Beach, VA 23451 

VM-li/SO.12/7,12/14 
12^1 - 4t 



^mpk* to 4te aerfc's 
Ofltot of tte Cfreatt Court 
oftotatyofvirrtato 
' ' fiH attdiy of 



NonMBlier. 1977. 

to Ttt AoiMoa of Baby 

BqrF8/tA«257*laad 

Chun of nuae to Mdiart 

WpmUim Ooa Bowltog 
M Pttteto Grea Boirttog 
Petttfolws 
fftttieaeWert 



no. Srat Y«t, New 
Tait 

toClMe«yiC-T7-lM0 
•IHs day eiaa WUm 
fflm Boiniig m$MtiMMr 



rot Ms . 
^ iteve 




Urta, tte tort "ti^alotfk 
^ce ^klma iMag: US5 
L«Ay, F.PO. Hew York, 
NewYofk. 

It is tterrtore (Entered 
that toe MM Sngeiit Wat 
4pear m or bilwa ttw 
IMk day ^ AuMt^, 19^ 
and todi€atete7blr«ttttade 
toward flm mpomA adoi^ 
tiM, w dtenm^doirtatis 
nec^nry to ^tMed Ms to^ 
t«t>$ttolMsBtotter. 
A (^pf twte: 

John V. Fertrea, Clerk 
By: Patti A Keenehao, OC 

VB8-12/7,12/14,12/2I, 
12/28 - 4i 




ORDER 

Vlrglrta: to tte aerie's Of- 

fie of ttie Clrcrtt Qnri 

of tttC^yof Virgtoto Beach 

m tte IMh day of Novem^ 

b«, 1377. 

to Re: ADOPTION OF 

UAM CRAIG STYLES,. 

By: Charlw Sarv^lf ( 

Janice Cunry Cteiifliiti^ 

St]1a MtHtpui, 

Petittoaeni 

TO: WILLlAlf C 

BTYLES 

d45tLarti«c 

HourtoB, T«cas 77088 

C77-323 



TRKI DAY came Cterla 
Harvey Morga ad JartM 
Cuirry Ctemteia Stj^es 
Morgan, Prtitioaers, ad 
r ip rewrta d fiiat tte objed 
of this proceeding is to ef- 
fed tte adoptta of file above 
named irtad,Williato,Craig 
^la, Jr., Iqr Cterla Har- 
vey Morga and Janice 
Curry Ctemters Sftyla 
Mcngan, hustaod and wife, 
and affidavit teving bea 
nude and fUed ttat Willtam 
Craig Styla, a natural par- 
at of Mid child, to a na- 
residedoffiieStateofVi 
gtota, tte lart teflw n 
office addras teiig: 
Lautrec, Houston, Tiau Mi 
77088. -»«^- 



tt to, tterefore, OR- 
DERED ttMt file said Wl- 
liato Craig Styles api% 
tefore Ms Court ^a .(Sir 
before ttie 1(^ of Jaini% 
1978, and iodicrtd bis i3- 
tttnde toward tte proposed 
adoptfon, or otterwise (to 
wtet is necessary to pro- 
ted his tatterert to thto nat- 
ter. 

A oopy-Terte: Jdia V. 
Fatreu, Clerk 
Br: J. Curtts Fruit. D.C. 
William R. Moore. Jr. 
1108 Maritime Tower 
Norfolk, Virginta 

VBS^11/S0,12/7,12/14, 
12/21 -« 



ORDER 

Vlrgtota: to tte Clerk'a Of- 
fia of toe Circutt Court of 
file City of Virgtoto Bach, 
a tte 22Bd day of Noven 
ber, 1977. 

to re: Ad^a of Alia 
Mehera Davie 
By: lUfiilan M. Davis 
Gennaa and Cterla 
Francis Germaoo 
Petttioars 
To: WrtterH.SnUto 
1355 Meadow Aveaa 
Boulder, Colorado 80902 i 
to Chancery #77-1784 



TUs day came Kat 
M. Davto Germaa aad 
. Cteijn Fraocto Qermi 
^rttttaers, aadrtprea 
ed fiat toe objed of 
proeteding to toeffed 
i^optla ot tte abovt i 
ad infart(s). Alton [ 
Davto, by Katblea . 
(tormaa and Charla 
Praads Gernaa, 
aad wife, and affidavit I 
tog been made and fiia 
fiat Walter H. Smitt^ 
Mtnral pared of ^id 

Sa). to a na-raii([ 
State of Virgiait. 
tart kaowa poat office 
rea betog: 1355 Miadbw 
Ave., Boulder, Colo. 80302 
It Is ttierefore Ordered ttet 
file said Walter H. Smitt 
apear a m brti»« tte 
, Jm d^p of Xaaa^, 1911 
aad iatfato Ito iMMe to- 
WJdtotpfBpBtedaaaiii^B, 
or ottwvM Va tMrt«to 
at^taan to prmm Ids 
iateertftfidaii^tar. 

CmA. V^ FMii«4 Clwk 

IP.OJHK 4177 
IVlitM BMch, Vlr^rta 
^W4 




aad fltod 
a aatanl pa: 



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niiiiiiiHi a 



mallon Is 
'production brainsiorm 



VUlMa Swek 9m, pt<»aNr H, wn A - 1 



m$ 



mostc 

Btt>§M 

Ouistms: attmeforMV 
iid itaffti-'MI Host (4^ 

TN AmiRi F(»XM SdMMl 
(Ultaiic vlU «hftr« a Mil 
<rf CMctBU Bttie M Die. 
M, It tte Jitnl AttvUMoM 
BtM ThMiir, IMtteCrMk. 
So ^ mrc (dOtott BMy 
atUnd, tte tine for «w em- 
etrt if 7:15 PJf. Tte pra- 
gnun ia fret utt opw to 
tteiNMic. 

Clffistius Map old «Ml 
■9V will te prfaraiodftirtte 
SdKxd of Miisie bud a»i 





▼irilida BMch rtiidtBto. Vera Moore and Mai VaUee, 
are a|pe^ln| ia ite Stace Dova Under'a ^rateetlflo tf 
"Wftmi&eik.'' MOore ia cait at nmaj S^gtaa tooie- 
UMNv, Mra. Pearee, aad Mai VaUee li a pakwrmaid. 



Pjr JOAN COATES 
SUM jievs Editor 



Tke^S^e Dqwa Uader's production of Geoi^e Btemard 
8itf%'s "PyKmaliOD" tfelves into the science and pyatbol- 
00 of words witti professionalism, scqAistocatioa and 
geod^ldByn fan. 

1^ tte story olEUsa^Doolittle, Henry; lUgKins and tte 
tiuii^Qi^ittoo (rf a "prtter slut" to a dQcliM». 

tte musieal vemiMi of "Pygmalion,'' "Mjr Fair Lady," 
is a play cdten laden with tiring, eztrii Itx^ speectes and 

somi^;: - - " 

m fPygmaliw* moves. Tte Stage Down Under paces 
it to tlie hilt. Tte use of an added media is a production 
teaitetorm. Motion film ap^s the play and is pr^ecmd 
^ntetveen semes as well as acts. 

It prinrides tte aadienee with the experience «f view- 
ins action that woiild teve been very difficult, if not im- 
Jpossible to view ou staite. The filmed excerpt ol Eliza 
t|ddiig a taxi ride thipnK^I'Onddft is a treat. 

Paol Di^in, as H^0 fUggins is ftae. He is loose and 
free and is hlgUy teiU«^le as the eccoitrie professor. 

Steptenie Rula is an outstanding Eliza. Sle's got tlie 
. fire and passion that is so necessary to tte role of Eliza. 

Tte "at teme" sd«ie when Eliza first appears in pub- 
lic, is hilarious. And tte reason it is hilarious is (hie to 
Rula. Her comic timing and forced dictira malce the scene 
tte highligbt of tte production. 

ViTi^nla Beaeh resident, Vera Moore, as Mrs. Bearce, 



the teusekeeper to Hmry Hifgint, di^ a very nice job 
of talcing a minor cterader and mittt a memoralde one. 
fier tadftf yet flrm «aaiwr o( tdllai Hiaias hta b«l tab- 
its is witty, enidUit paced aad aiioQi«r Ugh point of tte 
productlOB^ ^f- 

Another tbe^^ id tiie prodnetiaafroB VirfiaiaBeadits 
Mai VaUee, alio pUys Mrs. mains' paloor nuM. 



cbnvs Oder tte dM^tetoi 
of Lt. Raymond A. AseiflM. 
Joe Fovltes, Ttdawator 
ttlcviiiw pei^pltty, «U1 
mate a qied|PgMMt ap- 
paaranec as narratorof Cle- 
ment Moore's immortal 
"Twas tte Night Before 
OirirtBtts". 



Seniors 

dance 

alRec 



Senior Citizens .... get 
ready to dance. The Hol- 
iday Ball' is Just around tte 
corner. 

On Dec. 19, 8-11 p.m., 
at tte Virginia Beaeh Hec- 
reati(m Center #ill feature 
Jeep Bennett and his Uzie- 
land Band, along with holi- 
day games and festivities. 










m 




Dam Neck 



A Christmas party for 
abmit 140 diildren, moms 
ahd dsds took place last 
&tar(by at tte base thea- 
tre at Dam Neck at 10 a.m. 

M8SN Bob Bryant, wte 
is ttatioosd at Dam Neck, 
doaatttl his services as Mr. 
IUl^ aad Saitta Clans, 
"^ch child received a col- 
oring bo6k, a candy had, 
candy oinM and a reach , 
ii^ a grab bag at tte par- 



ty. Mr. M^iQO's Cbrist- 
mas Carol wa^ Hie filmed 
eirtertilnmint. 

CqieakM, cA^Ctoa, punch 
and ot^ee went dtmatedby 
the ^ey at Dam l^ck. 

Tte pariy is nni each 
year by NWCA Dam if eck 
207. Monetary assistance 
came this year tmn tte 
Dagi Nedc Ori(»rs Wives 
and tb» officers |uid ch^is 
statiraied ttere. 





B<A Biy a at as, Saata imada oirt 
^ttartd ibr tte Cteistmas party at Daai 



to Iteeklldrea 
Nedc Satorday. 



Food, Mta«4iU»ent aad "par^rt^^ w*re wtat die ehild- 
m H fltt aua at Dam H«ek hwi oa flieir aUads at tteir 
Cteistsus tntf. 



I 



Beiaeh 



Hy wm^^ ^ a ^Ulc m«rt- 




ors to hokl pubttc meeting 



lag via oaz^, ne inri eerns n^^up^ 
p^m^M^^JMto lag 

a^Ms to «mw»^man- 



i^i^Mi- 



Tte VMattt trtU te teU 



at IM 9M. in tte city oNm- 
ett* dmiMers, AtaiUds- 

Aam>JH«tt^C«tar. 




Virginia Beach 
Pubiic Noticee 



ORDER OF PUBICATION 

In tte Clerk's Office of 

the Circtdt Court of the 

Ci^ of l^iginia Beaeh,VA 

(» oe SthdayofDecemter, 

1977. 

WUUam D. Potter, Jr., 

Plaiatifl. > 

against 

lureaL. Potter, s - 

Defendant. 

The object of this ^uit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et ttero, later to 
te merged into a ditHnrce 
a vinculo matrimonii from 
tte said defendant, iqion 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit teving 
been made and filed ttet 
tte deftedant is a mm-re- 
sident of tte SUte of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being:. 1029 
We^ Capital Avenue, Sa- 
cramento, California, 
^691 it is ordered that 



Apartment A-2, Virginu 
Beach, Va., doe diligence 
teving beM osed by or on 
bdiali of comidainant to u- 
eerta^ in adiich county or 
corporation tte.defeadaotis, 
without effect, it is ordered 
ttet ste do appear on w bar 
fore Hie 27Qi day of January 
1978 and do what may te 
necessary to protect ter ia^ 
terest in ttis suit. 
A copy-Teste: Jote Y. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Clerk 
WUUam R. O'Brien 
1369 UdEin Road 
Virginia Beafeh.VA 23451 

VBS-lV14,12/21,12/28 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
In Hie Clerk's Office of tiie 
Circuit Court of tte City 



ait.^^rnraaildoiiAatmay mt. -r 



te necessary to protect 
ter interest in thlis suit. 
A copy-Teste: Jote V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Clerk ■>. 
AleiH. Adkins 
306 Executive Bldg. 
NorfoUc, VA 23502 






VBS-Ij:/14,12/21,12/28 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

la tte (Rett's Office of tte 

Circuit Cmirt of Hie City of 

Virginia Beach, VA, on Hie 

6th day of Decemter, 1977. 

Katie ifae RSarnfer) Shdtaa 

PUUitifl, 

against 

Veraon Lee Shelton, 

D^eadant. 

The object of this suit is 
to (Main a divorce a vinculo 
autrimo^ from Hm said 
dtfendant, qxm ttegrooads 
of one year smaratton. 

And an affidavit teving 
been made aad fUed that 
the defendut is a aoo-re- 
sident of Hie SUte Of Vir- 
ginia, tte last knownpostof- 

f«^ addreM boaa. 44^W 
llvd., Hfdtyvood, 

it is ordered that 
^'ai^pear on or before 
Qfjaauary.isn 
'Biay teneces- 
sai7 to protect his interest 
iafliissuit 

A copy-ttste: Jote V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Pattt A. Keenehan, De- 
puty. Cleric 
Gleaa R. Crostew 
Suite. 324, Newtowa Square 
Vir^aia BMch, VA. 23462 

VB8-12/14.12/Sl,12/28 



IMbra Irene WilUts. 

PUantiff, 

against 

Joseph Q. WUUts, 

DefMMbud. 

Tte object of this sutt 
is to (Main a divorce a via- 
culo matrimonU fn»n Hie 
said d^ndant upon tte 
grounds of one years se- 
paration ail provided by sec- 
tion 20-91 (9), Code of Vir- 
giaia as ameaded. 

And an affidavit teving 
been made and fUed ttet tte 
ddendaid is a non-resident 
of Hie SUte of VirginU. tee 
last known post office add- 
ress teing: 25514 183rd Av- 
enue West, lUiaois City, 
nuaois 61259 tt te (vdered 
ttet te do vpear on w te- 
fore tee 26te day of Jann- 
ary, 1977 aad do wtet may 
te necessary to protect Us 
iirterest te thte suit. 
A coi9-Teste: Jote V. 
Fentoess 

By: Patti A. Keenrtan, De- 
puty Clerk 

James H. Foreman p.q. 
1600 East Little Creek Rd. 
Norfott, VA 23511 

VBS-1^4, 12/21. 12/28 




ORDER OF PUBUCATIOM 
te tte Ciwrs (MBoa Qttee 
CtrcM Coari of tte Ctty o( 
VirtUita Beach, VA, ea tte 
Wi day of Decemter, ItTI 
Gary L. Crtes, 
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ORDER OF PUBUCATXM 

ta tee Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of tee Ctty 

of Virgiida Beach VA, on 

tte 6te day of Decemter, 

1977. 

Ri^ard Lee Huioski, 

PlaiBtiif, 

agaiast 

Lidsa Mayoo Mimyss 

ttuoakl, 

D^aadmit. 

Ite direct (tf Hite ratt 
te to obtate a divom a via- 
culo matrimonU from tte 
sate defendant, iqna tec 
gronds of one year sqaur- 
attoa. 

AaA aa affidavit teviag 
beea made and filed teat tte 
d^aateat te a aoa-realdiit 
of Hie SUte of fineWa. tte 
last kaowa port 9Bk» add- 
rMS Ndag: ll-A Corp« 
Street, 1^1^tec,CNoa- 
City, R^riiUe of tte 
iaesUt^iUi'dtiredttil 




J^tedUt C. Cross. 
D^teMat. 

Tte direct of tete titt 
te to oMate a ttvorae a 
trta^ite tHferiamril ftnaa ttte 



Mr. 1^^ aatertate tee 14§ ^Ddna steered. 



_ . W'loal year s^- 
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Week ending December 22, 1977 



Butting a tree still a Beach tradition 




CM emat thilr emtrM van the IhaiUM <rf IN MttbewB tea. Tlw ^tltOma tmttj trvn Rorliolk ure: Glorte, Bob, 
ttd Strleklaads. (Left to rigiit): Novtoli Matttvi, Dtmi K«itk lad Kkadt. 
I, Donna MtthtwB ud Rmm ltottnr», all of Banqp^ 



'* By JOAN COATES 

SUN News Editor 

^ • 

Ah, for ttie dn^s of yesterday, mbm Ifom, Dad and tbe 
kids drofe out to the snow-covered woods to choose and 
cut thetr own Christmas tree. It was a family tradition. 

Virgiaia Beach may he an area slightly sparce of snow, 
but th^ <M Christmas tradition of cutting and choosing 
one's own tree remains at the Beach at Sam's Christmas 
Tree Fann located at 1993 Oceana Blvd. 

Owned by R.L. Samuels, Sam's has be«i in the Christmas 
tree tntslness for five years now. They're cutting Scotch 
Pines this year although they grow Blue Spruce as well. 

The Blue spruce won't be ready until next year, said 
Chai^lie Bailey, an emplc^ee. "Our largest trees are eight 
and nine feet. We sel}.them for $2.25 a foot," he added. 

Up until this year, tree shoM>ers have been able to have 
their tree dag 19 and balled at cram's; the work being done 
personally by Samuels. But this year Samuels is in.ill- 
health and is unable to do the woA. 

Christmas tree fkrming is a family affair with tte Sam- 
uels, nielr son, Robert, and his wife, the former Elisa- 
beth Faolkener of Virginia Beach, own and operate a 200- 
acre farm in Scottsville, Va. 

"Our daa(^er-in-law came up with the idea for us," 
said Mrs. Samuels. "But this is their first year." 

Mrs. Samuels, who said her husband was getting to where 
he really ai}oyed the brm, told of her husband's 24 
years in Ti<tewater. "He's always loved the soil," she said. 
"It gives him a lot of pleasure." 

Sam's farm employs seven employees, most of them from 
the immediate area. Bailey lives next door and Robert Fra- 
zier and Robert Dickenson, who cut trees and tie them up, 
live across the street. 

The Samuels operate the fkrm every day of the week 
fh)m 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. from Dec. .1 until Christmas Eve. 

Sam's Christmas Tree Farm is for families inside and 
out. The family who comes to bi^ gets to know the family 
who (derates it. It's the feeling of an old time Christmas 
tradition right here in Virginia Beach. 





Richcy, Susan and Richard McCormick of Great N^ck Road, 
came to Sam's Christmas Tree Farm for the second year 
to select their tree "It stayed until after Christmas," 
Susan said. Richard holds a giant ruler in wiiich to measure 
their tree. 



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jRoiwrt Pmler ud Robert titktfam teal Iht leleetod tree 
ior Mm MeOwaiidcs. 




He people at Sam's help wifli the tree from start to finish. 
Here Robert Fraxier ties a tree to a car and away they go... 




's elves visit 
Holland elementary 




INuloitaime came to Bol- 
laatf SemenUry last inA 
to dew students Just 1^ 
Saait'n helpers luTe baaa 
so bwy d<^ ^M (toys. 

The.elves Jumped oat of 
tte Vtfginia BeachParksaad 
Reeraitfion traveling staff to 
lanMa, smile, and brigtatea 
theday. 

StaMats lefttbeelvesth^ 
cardB fer &Bta,aadaieel«M 
were kst seen hMding 19 to, 
tte Birth pole to pack vsp tt* 
•talfl^th all those presafete 
ferCMstmas. 



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toy RiKHicta l/Mwr 




• Mpm art Martha Tlekaer, Phoebe PtaMaadllarta fwMlH Mo CM^maa, (ha hripen give Ike kida a la«k. 



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m Virgihia Beach 




By JOAN COATES 
SUN News Editor 

1^^ pe^de tMnk SutM and Mrs. Claas live vp tt tte 
H#tt Prie ..act»lly thefre pematt«it re^teats of Vir- 
gUHuBwA. 

Ctou*i t»J AUce Wtttlas, of Syn^wl Dri«, areaTarity 
ti^<^ wmmwctal Cteistmas ol tte 70's. The Wattrins are 
trM ifwrs irf tte ^fMt irf Ohrtstnas. 

^IstMs is a bwy M»e fw »* 1»««tfl». For tt» ia^ 
six w sevw y«Lfs, tteir December Ins beM as ffltetf vltb 
visits to hmi^als, narsiii h(n;es, the underpiivUedfed, 
aad Mitttf ^ yMT* cMMbw tf nilitary diywitels. 
"Itatf yMT. ttoy wi^ wiAlttipii^ttiemo^ 0t NiMwiber 
for iiil tfce sBjw,* Alfc» said wMi a smile, a^ crews 
dh CkrtatwM parttes cf 4^^dwts, m servieeneD abroad 
At hi vttk ttirir teniUes at Caristaas, a ta tte movies. 
fAad it's oA a visit a &y. tta tte wedt-Md Uiey hit ttree 
' tar ^^i a day. Dressed itt iteiir hidiiay gart>, Saata 
t Mrs. aa«s give ont trvit, cooiaes OA good cheer. 
'I ^ the mo^^easore from the nursii^ homes," Cl^ade 
"mMT're imt Ike babies. It's jiuct sMoebody a few 
les, payta« att«tt(» to tbm. It's }ust like glvta« them 
imiUiwdBlItrs:* 
I The Watki^ Mve all vear to five oat their "millioo 




Mtatrs". ^This is (Mir CiMrtetmas to h<A other," CUjide 
sak "we g^ a lot of pleasure from it. We Jost wanted to 
(to som^ag dtterent." 

The ttwi^ is not quite enough for the Watkiu. It costs 
tten more ma Une to qffMd tteir kind of glvbig. Sliita 
and Mrs. Claa^'s (xmstairt Ctotstmas cMtos are in aeed 
of repair and ^ cort of goo<ttes i^wiort are footed largely 
by ttelr own ftmds. 

TMr frtrnt yard, In tte Aimestead see^m of ViiffBia 
Beadh, toAs like tte North Pole l«itff . Sleigta, rei^toer 
and a ftirqtece with stoddnga gni^ iMr laws. 

"The sleigh, I b«i|M in Perasylnmnla a«i th@Q nAwilt 
it," Clawle recaUed. "1 started off with a tewy-tinylw, 
but tM soon ovigrew it." 

Eadi summer te retain ant r^wtats his sMgh, i^eh 
is Mw Ug «K»igh to hold &mte and a (^agte of Child^ 
are at (»e time. 

Each jmr, the Watkins invite ^rn^Hj« neighborhoods 
to th^ home to vitit Saata. SunAiy, ailMrM werephed 
19 la froM (d 1 oir door, SO mimrtes b^re Suta ^ to 
arrive. 

llie tots climb iq> in the sle%h and sit m Santa's Up. 
Th^ reveal their Christmas loBgbgs for tiie year. After 
recelvliv bag of i^^les and oranges, ^y head fbr Mrs. 
Claws and her hom^iaked cakes. 

"See where Rixtolidi ran across the cake and left Us 
ho^ BMrks," Mrs: Clans p(rints oot to tiie excited yoeits- 
ters. « 

"Even wtoa the childrw know the Watkins, Claiide said 
"they're not too positive it's me in there. They're k be- 
twe»...diey're ttliddng." 

It's hard to tdl where the Ctous' end and the Wil^e 
begin. Uiside, ttere's no dlflerewie. 

"Come OD 19 and tdl Santa what yoa wairt," Cfilnde 
langte w^ a ho-ha-ho. "The more Oie merrier." 

1 




MM. ams tekes eart (rf Tinuar Md Lisa Fryer of Arq;oM 
ipafit tttfli plaaty of itaM^k «afc*. 





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Qooehland 

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The WAtas and elf, Mccy Praitt, of Pert Lyanley, eliab 
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Whrlstmas Is coming 
i at Beach libraries 



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Usen tnU, grandtei^fer to the WattclM, and Brent Grlm- 
meU, Oi Petnhi Cnsent, cheek wA the'stocklags intte 
Watktos front yird ta Santo mates a trip do«n Oie chim- 
ney. 



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Beach Students dominate VWC basketball 



Special Chriistmas movie 
programs will be held at 
the Virginia Beach Branch 
Library on TMu-sday, Dec. 
15 at 10 a.m. for a^es three 
to five y^rs and at the 
Windsor Woods Bnua^ on 
Satantay, I^. 17 at 11 a.m. 
for ^es four and up. 

To be stown at Virgiua 
Beach Branch are "The Lit- 
tle Drmmer Boy" and 
"Ctelstmas in Denmark." 
Wto&or Woods Branch will 
-mom "A Visit from St. Mic- 
Wotas' and "Yes, Virginia, 
There J* a ^ita Clans." 

&ch feta^i library is 
taviag a «ecial craft pro- 
gram tor ^ boUftoys. At- 
UmStmet is limited at every 
ow and ^iiirtntln is n- 
^dnd. Reglstntto most 
ct^^rted ^ fptm into 

e toaMh to r^lsterwhere 
tto program will be heU. 

Wto^w Woods Biaacb: 
Fl^toy, I^. 16 from 3:M 
to 4:6 p.m., for ives mm 
to la. United to SS. Re- 
gMrattoa by pi^ m^r- 
ed. 

Gi^ R^IBraMh: Tues- 
tey, ^. tt at 4 p.m. for 
a^M five to elewB. Limi- 
tiKl to 15. RegiatraticHi tv 
parat r«!«ir*d befinnl^ 
D«c. IS and t'f.di'it' I>e'- 19. 



Great Neck Branch: Wed- 
nes^y, Dec. 21 at 7 p,m. 
for ^BS five to eight years. 

Bayside Branch: Toes* - 
day, Dec. 20 and Wednes&y 
Dec. 21 at 7 p.m. O^A to 
all ages. 

Kempsville Branch: 
Ttours(ky, Dec. 22 at 7 p.m 
feir ages three to ei(drt years 



The city <^ Virginto Beach is well rq>reseitfed on the 
1977-7S e(mi(m (rf the Viri^to Wesleyan CoH^e jlasket- 
ball team. Coach Don Fo'syth tas foor B^ictfiiqrers 
who will be hdjdng the Btae Marlins in their 44^ for 
the Dixie^teroAl^iate Athletic Conference cnMB. 

GttTf Edwirte, a 8'3" Jimior who averaged 0.3 points 
and three r^NMnds per game to^ yrar, l«<to Ite Beach 
(KMtingod. Otter Virginia Beat^ idayers are 8*2" goard 
Mark Mts, t'%" Dave Sdioltx and 6'4" center Itorman 
BiUiqis. 

MUq», the ddy ft«Amui to mate Qw vai^s^ team, 
Wis a star perta?nicr on ]»t year's BaysUe lUgh School 



t«im, 

IMts and Sdmltz are l»to transfer i^idrato. Birtts, a 
tomer First Colonial player, transferred frwn Tfctewater 
Community Coltege wbA Seholtx firom Mahs^eld ^te Col- 
lege. 

Edirards, a toree iqwrt tottermaa "golf, cn»s ctmtfry 
and basketball" at VWG taat y«r, won tte W. B. Sd^fer 
award as tte best statot aWete ittl9?S^ 

Wesl^raa hepa tto tome season Dec. 9 apOnst Greeis- 
bwo CoUege. Se^m UcMs are $12 and single winisston 
tidMts are H.50. 



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^ili>roughgood House dresses for Christmas 



Tfcfc VirgUita 8«ch Arts 
Ce^iAMls resteiMk it in- 
ttensfljr iK^Mikr Undlscov» 
|r«4^rtists Show acatn la 
f Utti7. Any artist who lias 
itft im oot, vhvhaswt MA ^ 
$» t0otimtf to oUbit i&l 
|)cal jaUeries or to attract 
Any ttamoa to tMr «#k 
|i aqto Jo iMre a sM at 
tiei^^ailGOTered. 

Jorars Barclay ^eaks and 
|M1 Jkttton. initftssors itf 
pi ll Vlrgiida Wesli^aii 
t^oUejj^, wlU sele(4 ttree 
yinnm and tea iMMrable 
flMntMQs tixm the (Mitries. 
&M^ Is a Botad jMkiittM- 
vkost^ third Ixxft, ''PiOirt* 
ioe jKith Oils" has Just 
l>ecn jwbUshed, uti Brit- 
ton i| a distUfaished ar- 
ttst ip> qieclaUsM in cer- 
amics*.; 



^ UodiscoTered artists vto 
«M to parttc^te timdd 
bring a nisdawn oftvo 
works to the Arts Cletter, 
St 18th and Arctic Avetae 
to Wrginia Batch, between 
tbe hours of 10 t.n. and 
5 p.m. on Thsrsffity, Dec. 
29 add Friday, Dec. M. 

Ai ttrtry fee of ^ per 
work is charged. Tie Jnrors 
wiU select prfxewlaiien sad 
others to be iacliided in tte 
MfclMt, which WiU op«i with 
a rec^tifflLaad ai^r^ pre- 
seirtatioB on Wednesday, Jan. 
4 from 7 to 9p.m. 

Artists participatii^ 
should be aware that space 
UnltMons require that a 
limited namber of entries 
will be dttseo for ^diflbit. 
Tk» Mxiw iriU continue 
tbroBghout toe month of Jan- 
uary. ' 



Give ywrseUf a teaUby 
New 1f«ri 

Geaerar ttM0M <tf Vir- 
gil Beft^ wQjt <to blood 
W'essura t^flf to its E- 
aoiteBCy O^p^tau^^ free 
U ^arge, ttron^mt toe 
holMay season. The ser- 
vice win be anll^le 24 
houv a'day, ttem Dee. 18 
toroi^ Jtt. 2. 

Peiwms copilag to the 
ho^tal for Mood pressure 
tosttsf shook! paiic in a 
visitors' area (aot an Em- 



ergeiwy ^ace) aad ehtck 
to with the^erk la the 

Remen^, h^ hlood 
prvssiffe «Hi be eoiib«U«l, 
it you know ym have it. 
Ilm^ are ao i^mptoms to 
toe early 'ri^igM. Om oat 
ctf every sevn adult AnM*- 
icans has tols <tti«»M-uid 
you could be ttittoae. The 
test Is <pilck and painless 
aad you sho^ have it at 
least ooce a year. 



To celAntto thto Christmas season, the members of the 
Adam THe ww^ood Ch^er, National Society e(toeDai«h- 
ters of tke Amm^cu Revolution wiu tour ^ Adam llor- 
ou^ood House, irtiieh will be AecotaM for the holidays, 
on TharMiy, Dec. 15to, at 1 p.m. 



Clais of 1958 to reunite 



A i^uii% ctmimitee is 
being formed for toe 20to 
Reunioa <^ the Class of 1958 

from Princess Anne High 
School. 



Addresses are needed for 
all graduates. Graduates and 
family of graduates are 
urged to contact Dickie Ly- 
ons at 481-5701 or IXaneSeay 
WUes at 460-3739. 



The gmst ^leaker and guide wiU be toe director, lln. 
W.H. Mngst, who will discuss c^ootal Christmas tradi- 
ti<»s to tUs Anerlcsa H«lt4f pngnn. 

FoUowiag toe tour, toe mtmkm <rin Meet at the hoacP: 
of Mrs. lilltOB Thorpe, U» HUtethona SiMd, Thorm«h-'^ 
good Vlrgbria Beach. The co-hostess will be Mrs. Fraak- 
lia Uvesay. 

As a Christmas iKroJect, Mrs. Cedl Htrriscw, service 
to veteraa-pttieato committee, d^vered on behalf (rf toe 
chapter memben 20 Christmas gifts, iivnalaiately 30 
pouads of clothiag for mea, and |1S for the Oul^mas ftmd 
for the veteraa parents at Kecooi^laa Veteraas Hosirital. 

to addittoe, a dbeA for |15 was ox^rfliatcd by toe chap- 
ter toward the purchase of a wadwr-dryer for the use <rf 
toe veteraa patieats. This machtoe is beiag purchased by 
District 1 of the Virginia DAR. 

Mrs. Richard S. Baird, chairman of the DAR School 
Committee, seat 86 poimds of clothiag aad otoer items dona- 
ted by the chapter to the DAR School at Tamasee, Souto 
Carolina. 



Serdeh club A Jog to the 
iplans party Pentagon 



Beware Of the Christmas racketeer 



I The Kingst(MiGard»Cliri>, 
:|onttouing ito interest to the 
people of Virgiato Beach, to 
^aaaiag toe annual Christ - 
toss party for the St. Aid- 
en's STOP program on Dec- 

Itober 20. 

>=> ■ 

> Meato on wheeto, ahc^r 
dub toterest, is being siq>- 

£ tried again this year. 
«Dbers donate their time 
heli^ag to deliver a hot meal 
to pe<9le in this program. 

Boy's Club sponsors 
IChtlstmas dance 



The Armed Forces Staff 
C(dlege to participating to a 
Jog-A-Thon from Virginia 
B^ch to toe Pffltagon wito 
all contrilwtions going to the 
Tidewater Chapter (rf toeA- 
merican Heart Assoctotioo. 

D^rtare is Saturdqr, 
Dec, 17to at 8:30 a.m. from 
Tidewater Chapter, Ameri- 
can Heart AssoctoUon at 
Itoriolk Square, arriving at 
toe Pentagtm on Sunday, Dec . 
IStoat 1 p.m. 



The Boy's Club of Virgto- 
'to Beach, a United Way A- 
gracy will hold a Christmas 
dance aa Wednesday, Dec. 
21 from 8-11 p.m. Cost 
to |lvi9^ per person. 

Music will be provided 



Iqr PhU Breckner of WORK. 
The dance is q>ened to toe 
pid>lic, ages 12 and up. 

The club is located next 
to Mt. Trashmore at 4441 
Souto Boulevard. 



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The Tidetmter Better Business Bureau warned shoppers 
as toe Christmas seasoo to offlcially underway, to be par- 
ticularly wary of sharp operators iHio st«p op toeir activ- 
ItieB dittlag toe hididay season. 

Charles A. Martak, general maaager, said 'ihese sea- 
sonal swladlers are as much a part of tte holiday sceae 
as the street-corner SaaU, draialag millions of dollars 
annually from consummers and bustoessmen. These rack- 
eteers capitilise on the Chrtotmas rush and toe fact that 
people tmd to be more g«ierous and trusting at thto time 
of year." 

According to Martak, toe Christmas gyp has many guises: 

-He may be a ^eet comer peddler hawUiv cheap watches, 
perfume, gadgeto, toys, ties and otoer shoddy merchandise. 

-He may work for mail order firms otferii^c toys, watdhes. 
Jewelry and other items supposedly at a fraction of the re- 
tail price. When toe merchaadtoe arrives, if it evM' does, 
it nuy be a cheap imltotiOB of toe item toought to have 
beoi ordered. 

-He may be a tel^hone voice making appeato tor some 
unknown charitable organisation or a self -described needy 
individual seeking clothing, food or funds. 

-He may be a gUb, well-dressed salesman harassing 
businessmen to buy gifto to quantity at Chrtotmas. Sales 
may' be attempted to offices, at factory gates, oa toe street 
or door-to-door. 

Martak said "The perfume boat to one of toe most wide- 
qiread of toe Christmas gjps and has an>eared to Tide- 
water to the past years." 

Thto racket tovdves the sate of well-known brands of 
colognes and toilet waters rebottled to small purse-sise 
coi^ners by cimiipanies having no connection wito toe or- 
iginal manufkctarers. The pitoUc is fooled toto believing 



it is buying real perfume at bargato prices. Actually, 
toey are Iraying colognes and toilet waters which are be- 
ing sold at several times toeir regular retail prices. 

Based on past experience, toese otoer schemes can also 
be expected to reappear: ' 

-The shipping of unordered merchandise to consumers 
by unknown charitable organizations who request donations 
for the goods shi{q)ed. Consumers who receive unordered 
merchandise through toe mails are not obligated to retuni 
it or pay for it umier Virginia law. 

-Bait advertising which featyres merchandise toat toe 
dealer tries not to sell. If he attempts to switch you a - 
gainst your will to something much more expensive, you 
can pnrtnbly do much better by checking quality and prices 
elseiriiere. 

-P^Hitorly advertised toys will be featured as leaders 
at deep-out prices almost everywhere. The so-called 
"list prices" will be totally meaningless as comparative 
prices, and the BBBregards tbeM* use as not to toe pub- 
lic interest, ualess toey are the advertisers own former 
prices. 

-Attempts to collect on C.O.D. packages suM>osedly for 
a neighbor who, the deliverer says, "is not at home." 
The packages may contain unordered merchandise or merely 
paper or cotton wadding. 

Your best resource at Christmas as at every otoer time 
of year is toe reputable merchant. When to doubt, chieck 
wito the Tidewater EBB for a reliability report. 

Also, when you know about cases of false or misleading 
advertising or deceptive sales schemes, report toem to 
the Better Business Bureau. Your report will be held to 
cmifidence and may serve in protecting others. 




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Suite 4>f prints opens at Chrysler 



Aa uhiUtton d a suite of printo by British patoter and 
prtotnukef, David Hodmey, will open at the Chrystor 
;|inseum Thursday, Dec. IS. 

Thto totest s«4es of printo by toe well-known artist, 
■iittod "The Blue Guitor," is one of toe most imagiaative 
.'Ot Ut prc^eeto thto decade. The etchings are based <» a 
^work by American poet, WaUace Stevens—a poem Eodi- 
;iiey admito deeply affected him to too summer of 1978: 
r *"!nie etchings toemsdves were aot conceived as Utwal 
^Illustrations oi the poon but as an to^rpretotloB of Its 
i' themes to visual terms. Like toe poem, they are about 
Itrai^tormations withto art as weU as toe retotioa brtween 
aad toe imagiaatioB, so toese are ^ctnres withto 



pictares and different styles of rq)resentotion Juxtaposed 
and reflected and dtosolved withto toe same frame." 

The toqtiratioD fmr the poem, written to 1936, to toe patot- 
Ing (rf the nme title done in 1903 by Picasso; so Hockney's 
suite becomes his iirterpretaticn of Stevens' toterjffeta- 
tion of Picasso. 

These 20 etdiings by Petersburg Press were done to toe 
autumn of 1976 and the spring of 1977. The edition num- 
bers 200, and there are 35 prooto. 

Hockney will attend the (q)ening of toe exhtoition— an 
8 p.m. preview set for Thursday, Dec. 15. The preview 
will be open to museum members only. 
aThe exhibition will be shown through Jan. 29. 



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Virginia is in one 

-growing 

areas in the world. 

And Southern Railway 
isgrowing right along 

with it. 



Take a bow. Virginia, you r« 

in one <^4he fastest-growing 

areas in the country. And, as part d the South, 

ycHi're in one of the sef^^i teiM^1}roM^ areas 

in the world. 

Th«'^ no need toirt you wrtiy ths is. 
Ydu know about the cx)mbiratiQfi oJ fectors that 
makes Virginia, and the resit of the South, 
attracWve to industry. 

ftjt wt«t yew might not l«iow s that the 
Sot^hwTi fteihvay is growing rigt^ alaig w«h you. 

In^v«ralv«vs- 

First, «^>o do you thin^ carr«s the raw 

n^»1ato to ad ttw» new fa^jr^f And the fin- 

sf^dfoocte to n«rk«? We<to. in tei^e nr^ure. 

VMioctoyouttwik brings^cans, tt« carper, 

theapeiar*t«, thedrtWng, tr» sporting goods. 

and thefeod to meeww-growif^ poputeliai rt 

mA, m^tnoa grwM^ fust to toW ^^ with 
theteiw«l.MteregrcNW^ to beraeKiyfor an 



even bigger future. AccortXn^ 
to ttie federal government 
the raUroads will ^ an hicrease in freigN volume 
of 143% by 1990 And railroads' share of martet 
viM go up t:^ a whopping 24% 

Will we g^ the lionis sh^e of these increases 
v^^en they cxMm? Maybe. But v^^ever tappens, 
we're getttng ready tor them by eo^endng right 
now We're piMng in a new $40 miWon (M^ 
tHMon freight (^esificiHai yard ffiNortftCsrolkia. 

sy^em. whtoh is £rtre»jy ttw larger in the So(4h. 
VMi're char^ig our track toemoo9^, more 
ratable welded rri. 

And that^-why the Sduthem isgK»*ig rigW 
^ong with you: wh^ the demsHid te there we 
warM to be th«-e, nHKfy to ^rve. 

SOUTHERN 



TfMSouttmrn Pttwayteone more good roisori 
ftMrMnftoYthe South. 



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It's this re^lar savings habit that will make vou. rich, send 

youngsters to college and make your retirement years happy , 

and carefree. So be resolute abcHit saving regulariyi And save 

at Virginia Pedcral where your money eariK top interest rates 

and is insured by an agency erf the U.S. government. 

A. \I7 Virginia Fiederal ^ 

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EiHiiot uncjtrttkM rncwe of a fonnoMn plot and an AiMiioan 
awirat «oci* wtw ara mining in ComnwM CNna. (Ihr. 90 
tnin.) 

• OVER EASY Ouaat: IMcent fanwick, ConvMaanman 
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11:00 •# _ 

• OOOBliCWS 
11:30 •TWafe|UTEMOVIE'Cdurpbo:ACMaa(lnmunl(y'An)urdar 

wNph aopaM to t» polNeilk ma(l<«M puis 1^ Colu^ 
«iaion cQUMi w» a aiMV* MMM Eaal dptoaM. (^ 

• THE TQNNH1' EHOW Hpat: Johnny CarMH, Ouaata: Rqdnay 
rMwiirtiW/naiiqa PtaoM. MM ni|. 

• PQUCe STOiiyrtWMWAY MQHT aPEOAL POUCE 
$tcm-1Mh!tf Ewi> Syntoma' Aa an oMow «wka down a GiMrwl, 
mnmniS^mam in <»or o( Na tado*. THUMpAY NBHT 




7:00 



L-UWRBR REPORT 

»PVUi 
7:0k VTICMCNrBEFORECHRISTMASSlDryolhowClamantMoora 

fiia hia ftKiMMia pqwi. 
IttagOO NAME HMT TIME 
AnmrS EHOW QuHl: Dom 0« Uio*. 

• nCK CAVETT SHOW Qinat Jmu Lawkit, M«ic Ok«^ of 
!!)• Mafevpcllan 0pm. 

•MtHMN'S HERGES 
ftOO # A e mi OT M A B CAROL 

• THE UPE AMD TME8 OP QROZLY ADAMS TmA of Iw 
Cougpr* Adama and rMonw mial tracit doMH • oougar tiat AdHM 
onoa MnMN antlOMd a aa^ty no« ia balawad to hava gona 
inpd in tha wMa of tha Norihunat. 

tfeaHT n BNOUQN -Yaai Mctidaa, Diara it * Santa Claua' A 
p f aaa n l fti d d a n byJoanbafiofatiardBaitnaatoaalha Brad lawl aa i i ifit 



SPtoAL-<Qragan Pack: A LMng Btograply' Hoil: Palir Lawferd. 
Quaata: Laa Raanieii. VincanI PdCa, Joa^t Cotna, ShaHft'Onham, 
CaNata Holfn. (R) 

■fyO\file''L«dy Prom Looiaiana' 194 1 John Wayne. Joan Biondal. 
Lovara aaparate baeauaa ha la a lawyar out to Fid oid New Ortaana 
oTWIary anA^iarMMr la « UO^ma gambiar. 
1:00 •TCMO«|lV)WHoat:TomSnydar.Guaala:RayBQlgarantf Jadt 
mtff, two of ma atara of «m daaaic fftn. 'The Wizard of Ot.' 



Fffatoy 



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12:30 



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3:30 
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4.-00 



^ BAQQY PANTS AND THE NiTWtTS 

•ABC OUT-OP-SCHOOL SPECIALS ■Paatt. Jtoiwnanw i n 'aA^ 

Youl' Thia story )««« >viw an imnnirMKvo 1 1vMM-HSld boy lMir» to 
coca wfth vtoien 

• CAMERAS 

• MOVIE 'Fular Bfuan Man' 1M« Rod Skailoi^ Janrt^^ Tryirw 
to prov* himaeif to tM a wtwlwind lalaanan, mm ruwir^ a inrt* 
and wild Itiariaua chaae iMgins. (2 hrs ~ 

• jHlnCNEWS 

• THE NFL TODAY A program praoading aatfi MrioiN^FedMI 
Laague broadcaat with news and faatures on ttw NFL Md c»m 
aporto nswa of the day. 

• RED HAND OANQ 

• OFFTHEAIR 

• THE NH. T<X}AY Lpa Angetas (tema vt. WaiiAig^ 

fJGkmw^io As/emm kids 
IMM^ SMOSr/MNQ »4M: 0^ 



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^ ANDY GRFPITH SHOW 
ftSO ^•WOeWQHaePLA'niQUK-Rodn^FalatoQuaMy'Ayowo 
nan^ atow^oMog isMftal)^ of tta Iom^ Sjoing paitnar ia 
taobMiEad wHan a imoaiMaldna Doal awaattt itia iirt off nar 

ivDORS DAY SHOW 
9:00 •lNEGB8M»«DAyNNaHTM0VK8'TlwNaiitMan'1S7» 

Sawi Qaaww Comaii ttiaipa. Tha MiMv etisum^lm SMa 
'f'tfi ^W PTO ■ f nriuiMiiai iMi tw u'aafia in IBf MWtla riit m 
QM wMO NaaoM- n gapg 01 nanmonai wmBtm wan aaaa 
" klbtheircradifliMkMRiaathairnaKllaisat 



7:00 



mmm"^ Puipla Ma** HK^ Tony OuW. Colean Mfcr. 
MaaMd fbiitanMn detaa NafMMn'a nmm lie raaooaa 
Ariatecraey^wmgaiaanaawt w| ia iraa d o ro teyihaRoyMWa. {Ihr. 

S.^^ GMSY Quaal: Sam and SiMie Ja«a, addra. 
ILGWr.LUCY 

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tPOti^ WOMAN Mny OyiatMa^ Waldo' iJoydNolansuaM 

n a»«le«attatat<»Mi|^«t«bank.fQtibac dnaaadaa SLMck 

^jsopialBnSy ouMIb Sff*. Rapper Antanon and M 

« MSWIik «MnK«aphy by BalandMa' Part L THa 





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DiHiieftfia ind Na conpaiV. tw New Yoilt Oiy eaM. faakna 
Swpm Famiand Palir IMarina in a parkirmancadf TUgana' wNh 

•^700 CUM OMala: Bob NoHlngfwn. who haa timiirial canoar. 



KhOO • NBC IMfldiriS -Trouble m Coal Country NBC Nam 

i rtialui ' MU lwi f r>il)c)aa lOai wM aaiwa aa ofr cti war a rapotfar tor 

v-i|Hha~ eotf'AAiiHsa'a 'Wajor' anavgy wttwai " ' 
•RfRRfVeOHQVaDE PnUSROiMmilBaiiaata. PMuta 
Clailtt Lao Sqw, Olympio liMlinB alv Jetn Cuny. Qamna 



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^tjEHRER R^ORT 
^__ JYIE 

TAdUBCW 
SHANANA 
.QtCKCAVEITBHOW Quaat: Ihomaa Moving, outgoing C^aetor 

• 1l<E IIUTtnACiCB) Tlw b«M tala tha li^hawtad ak^ 
arnkl flgfaawMWa on Qiriabnaa Em. Joining ttthri Bary^nkov 

»i Qalaay KMUnd ia AieHandar liiiz. 
IMUJiUMt HALL OP FAME llava I Qot a ChMmaa for You' 



SMUId eSwwtaftNwahpd to worti on Iha CMMmla hdUi^ 
• DONMarAND MARIE QuaalarM^c Davia. MacKanzie F#«m. 
iiMDY CWmm SHOW 
ilfiJL$mmr waatMott latt RiAayaar. 'Ratal StdraK A 
Conaupw HaM^ QHaal: Joaaph H Eia. yic»l*raaidanti^ 8w 
taMMmant Raaaarch Daparfenant of Goldman, Sachf and 



E^NINQ 

8:00 • NEWS 

•MdiMEThaBladcRoae' l960TyronaPow«r.Or8onWrtee. 13lh 
oaniary Gn^ Saaan, a ewcMng for fcada eacrata along caravan 

tlaain (hpOttafrt. ftida romance too. (2 hn.) 
(^NEWS 
WCU8 
8:46 •Nn.*T7W»BpMp«l1oilBy^foolbaln8wa. 
7M 9- USE HAW Ouaala: Dannia WMvar, Suaan Ftoya, Jknmy 



HailaM. 

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AiPOfHRMf <iP A NURSE A dDQumantaiv on lha«araar of 

adBoner alRHW a liplBit ilm of tae^MBaa. 

•SAT n^ A Btographir of nng Untar* by JbnMhan 



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11:00 •••Nm» 
• CHNMBMA 

•'Mi des MOE M3VIE "Hawal n«»<y Monte MartdMm guwl 

mm m m-tmpmimntmm*. mim Saiaalir Tlan iJto' An 
aa V i iw addw tfca;tp.^iteKojifc> napBan Iti*' Ma M8. n 
^ •ml TQMBMr SwiSw Hoafc John^r Caraon. OaaaN. Ooly 
I hrton, LawraiKa Welt, Obzy QSeapia, Ray Johnaon ^tuuv^ 

i •MTAIiiy MiniftTO^talBaHyOFfHPWBKglMBKY 

* MSvmHr'Him' AMI Jioalaeayduli SMMly iafiiirtfidir 



I SMWly ia iMi l Nd. MWIEBY OF TWE 
WEB(*'WM FiRMi a OaMIMan'AHM Oniw filiW 4 maiii tamlar 
Mil fte ooeritwoM^ iaho ia b a frayad Jiy Ha.wpa. (f^ 
•MKMe'YounaOunBiiffaRaa' iaB2,tamaM|ohian, Atoia '.add. 
Soldtor'a aaareh tor Man Arty gaMpanMi a NMar^ penril of 
Na aioplRg dauQhiar^Bofh join loK&t whan t r u spa d In w Apaolia 



^ oAraHow 

foranMnmmotoompaty, RocMord puvauadil^ii^, lray«ng in 
a Gpnpar on Via Padkt Codat «tflo «a unawiM MtftwiP* in 
poiaaaajon af an aa*«Biih wtoWa ateipn diaweiiA 
it 1ME A»C PMOAV MBKr MOME "The SoUlM Vdyaga of 
SMMif 1874 :iDhn PMto Law, Canina Muma. Sdenoa^tBlion, 
IMiMy arid oM^lMhioiiad danlniHto mintfa .««Nn Snbad maela 
fiai4ain,^gMilipna, aoreaiara. i«Mt«mad flpdd^ak a wi^ 

•VEMSiA Wffi( M R^EW 
•(TOO 'CLJUB (Wyffe Jtofto m amg^ jmttmL^fii 
. tfatnnan of Via MMniK C^ngpaaa P^XIi 
tconar loalbit tfar Beau CdlB, $nBif&ttt9Hf ^'^'^ 

MN«ida;iMf«d MaMii* andliH Luim TM« piai^ tiai^ 
bafenrChiMnlaa 1946in Iha ranwfa amal townof CtaarRNr. fM)., 
the ataiy ofniars on a 10-yaar-oid ^ who yaama tor har fM yule 



7:30 ■mode AREA 10 
SaO • MARY TYLBI MOORE SHOW ^_ ^ 

• IMi momO VfOMMI OacarOoldnian mual raty on the 
lathoda ol a iMrad (» agpt to MenUfy an aUerty 

tYAB^ TabUM'a Mampl to help a njravray chldhood fHand 
bacMNt when har friend ia airaeMl. 
•COLUBBE wmmMJLQU Dominion UniverHty vs. \flrglnia 



8:30 




SHOUMY M MH.I»Y1LAND 
WrVE QOT efiCH OIMER Damon Jerome feela he haa a 
ohama of a Maina whan he'a (Aoaen to phi«>graph lAaa 
Wondarfur lor a muaive advartiaing oampaion. 1x4 to avaiyona's 
aiipriaa,advarMioganiuaWeBngtonOa^oma,ptayadl>yguaalatar 
^wHd Wlto. chooaaa JHdy w me modal he nwito. 
• 0PSMTM3N PITIKXMT fm Dreaming a • Pintc ChrWnaa' 
Wamtaga that Lt: Holdan ia kxiae go op at a »ta«y auppiy twee as 
the taQandaryacKJungaraela out to get ChrialmaaijiMa tor everyone 
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wm •4XmpY 'OqMn >^nia'a pyaa' QuMcy diowa Na adontfon of 

a^1lmouaMeanllyMnoowlKiyAovlaatartobihdhiml(othaoi>vi^ 

auWieiQn thMoabbary may have baan tha mdiM fir tha crime. 

•PMMBUNE-Hoel: WWm F. Buddey, Jr. 'Oo«a fit Atpublcan 

NafMP Va Fulur^ Quaat: Clara Beoiha Luce, 




8.-00 ••NEWS 

• MCNEtm 

• FIVE SIRBIQ 8REAi(D0WN 



40:30 
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KdMM ehWnn. 'CA. and Company' 1974 Aw Namam. 
A aianiiar of a moioreyde oang raeciiaa i taahion 



8:80 



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iciBictra 

JNBCNBWS 

• MOME 'Joe Oato^1967 Jodi Mahoaay, Luana Flip, io* 
Datwia tewa 9ie towwalofc of a awatwaatain towm JntgliMIWii and 
Mandiy paopto again. <1 hr. 30 oiin.) 

• OVBI EASY Quaat: John Itoardan, aifigar. 
gitOWELBCV 

7:00 •grom Wire 

• CMEBIQROCER 

• MAGieL-iJHRER RBHSRT 
mteUB^FrtJE 

7:08 g WAM Ig 
7:80 •MIOEIBRMNT 

• PAMLYFHD 

SOIGK CMCrr SHOW QHaal: Nal Stown, playwright. 
HOQilfB IBB0C8 
HC WALTONB Two En^* chHran vdw MM baan oiphanad 
byftaLandanHRzaaeapalt^oounbydndadaknhgeonWaftm'a 
UoMntam. where ffia^ pigNrputa aaavara toat on OMe'a toMi m 

•fkxia iEMNWO ' B WCIIiDOFMAQiC M aa t a rBu a iu i MDuuu 
mnNm «Mn to Ma ttM IN^pacM tMiurtig 10 maito aeto na«w 
tMiem ^Mt ukliiaviakart'cSmHedlw Ne noraHdHtiaK vwHalon of 
MpwdttfaiBraatfcalon-*wa8aigtireM»aartctcwiM: Sandy Duncan 
Maatatani. 

•WRCOME BAOC MOTTBi Rie itottera and the awaa Bi o g a 

r aoraa of Ihaopod ttoiaa, 



ItiC nSMBHT SHOW Hoat: Johnny Caraon. QuaatK Bob Hope, 
irlllMbeugK Robert BWce. 



^|ff»NE llpiliay Buainaea' 1962 Gary Grant, Ginger Rogers. 
Sibg. ralWBB a l flHft aw a nl wlnd ad r aaa er c h ehenM aiimbtoa on 
nw i i^ 4<»»^ chawleal loimtt and iia lau»a batfb. 
itM •JMCTTA ttoni KB tw 9imm' Whan toatia |M(a an 
M Klareowrled e ta lh aBetk a i^iantlitaWngKlvantogaotdaaperate 
jnMeabypMhing heriAi on the dda. haima in hie badge to 'get 

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their city from the destruclMe pMctical Jeitaa of Tvraio arid mr^ me 
— ttwnfamer8dSt.Louis^)onaoracroaaK»unlryfc»a8urahurt-f#!e. , 

¥iY8.) 

• NFl football Mnneaota \Aungs vs. D«roit Uona 

0:30 • THE TONYIMNDALL SHOW Walter, who ia forev^ maddikig 
inBobby'saffaira, eapeoiaiy whenRconcemaherboyfriand, MUwel, 
daddea to M over a new Ml and Id M daughter maM hw own 

• THE LESSON 

lOKlO •KOJAKAngalToRVickngueatstareasJocelynlk^yttr'iwhoaeM 

har4x%lriBnd's Wtar leave the aoane (rf the crime, man dtaappe«, 

.. lalMng 1^ to ^ hia ttne behvean bekig a copanda priyatte 

• PBS MOVK THEATRE 'M' 1930 Petor Lcm. Sen Widmann. 
AtfaiuriNd chitomifdeiarcauaaa teMkjaamong thtpoica and me 
ijhderw^*! FtNz Ling's poydKtogbal mrler. (1 fir. 29 min.) 
•ORAC FH»ERTB 

10:30 • QEORQE AND DIANE IVEY SHOW 
IIKX) ••nem» 

1 1:30 • MOME 'The Hospital' 19Z2 George C. ScdL Diana Rigg-.TN 
dM leiidairt (^ a torge dty hoapM, tod up wim the Inoompatoncp 
of hia RWfeN atott and depraved ^dut me toftte of hia panliga, 
to contompiaang Mcide. 

• NBCrS SATWWAY MQHT LIVE 

SJOUmEY TO ADVeiTUf«E 
tmmm „_^ 

12: 16 • MOVIE 'Pony Expma' 19^ Charlton Heaton. nhgnda Ftamlng. 

iihtSJrain.) 
1:00 • MOVIE 'Manstor- 1962 P^ Dyneiey, Jane Hylton. (1 hr. 42 

min.) 
1:30 • ROOC CONCERT (TIME TBIMTIVE} 



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Bavan. Robin and Sr auy dMtlraiBnaead FeMHA, A bMaBnW ' 
dtagutoad ae ReMn'tfRan aoaelf iM Id mi INtdp. lM>i^ 
fear Robin and Baiay Na man. -p,^'' 

• AMfYONMnmrsNOW 
8:80 •umAT^Hf^ llWijO I I The TWlWnBf Ra fcOwayn a^HWun 
I trarito MGnn^aloiy mait Man May ctianga jRair nahda 
t ipwng Ma, CsBne an empty package tor har <^ 

MnrNB JNtan^ I 
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the 1^ GHMMa of thai (»* M 
■ IfoiiM ma ayaa of hwo modi^w. 

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• PTL OMI-TALK AND VARIETY 

• (XMEDYTME 

• PUBLIC POLICY FOmW 

• VIBIONON 

• MWGHT. 

• SHOW MY PEOf>LE 

• BIBLE STORYTIylE 

• OLD miE.QOBPEL HOm 

• MMTBtROQERB 

• pamobmia 

• BBUtnJDY 

• REXHUMBMRD 

• SESAME STREET 

• TICLEBSON 

SOAYOFpiSCOVERY 
ERNEST ANQLEY HOW 

• JBfSylY dWAQQART 

• ORAL ROBERTS 

• OOBPaSBIQ 

• ROBSnaCHULLER 

• ELECTRIC COMPANY 

• QBIALD DERSTME WMES 

• THB IB TIC UFE 

• UMTED FATIHFOUNDATKM 

• »»lfTY FACTORY 

• ffiV. LEONAM) F»>A8S 



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12,30 



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IMME'^O^MMWg' 18» ChartatHarton, km Qtedner. 
HMorieM Koo«r« of B^wr RabaBoiv to 1900'a CMn. (2 hra. 30 
nil;) 

8 SOUL TRAM 

SWISSTUNQ 
HKHCHAPAIWAL 
•^IK}MB4*S OOLLBiE BA8KETBM.L Old OomMon UNvaiMy 
M. Vltjinia Commonweaim UnivefMy 

• the NFL TODAY A pc^gunt program proMrMng acoiea, 
hWWte Md ««rtodM« 

• i^^KWTS S^nV^CIAAR 'WfU World RmM On« 
flavin! World F¥o*B«ianri.AimM«M« CtwnpkMiipi' .'WBC. 
WattrweHiM ChamidorMMp Boi^' ^WMkfs SroiHM Man.' 

• tMTKMAL FOOTBALL I^AQUE QAtiC MUM DoiphM VA 
BuMo Bis 

• BKSieDfKXSO 

• BK3 VALLEY 

•^ST OF FMM.IES '.tanuary 17, 1977' A urvque TV drama 
porlii^ me igm oenkvy prindpM slmm me "Brnt d Famlea' 
opaning epinda In 1660 in a oaft Mnpc wry Nafc-Yait a^fcig. 
JMM&S MDEWK)RU} OF^pFrrSiyMooovin^^ a bout 
batMin Sugar ftoy Leonyd andi»etor Ote; NaVonai 'S»'^>cfc 
(^ Race: World Profesdonti Siding thampiniahlp. 

• bonanza 



1:30 
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3:00 



I THE NFL TODAY A program pracedhig each Natiorvl FootbaR 
League broadcast wrth news and features on the NFL and other 
spprta news of ihe day. 

• NFL ' 77 Footbal newat features end intarviewa wim Lea t,eoniM^, , 
Bryant Qumaei, Ragina l^aklns and NBC sportscaaters coniribuliw 
raporta from the (laid. 

• NCAA BOWL PREVIEW 

•ONCE UPON A CLASSIC The Legend of Robin Hood' Episode 
Beven. Robin and Sir Guy duel in Shenvood Foraat. A b«nd of man 
diaouiaad as Robii's men attack and ki the Biahop The viegara 
fear Bobai and betray his men. 

• PUBLIC POLIC Y FO RUM 

• THE NFL TODAY Chteago Bears va. New York GMto 

• NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE GAME New Yodt Jets vs. 
PtiadMin Eac^ Cinetonati Bengals va. Houston Olare . 

• ROUER SUPERSTARS 

• MASTERPIECE THEATRE I, Claudua' Episode 3bc. 'Soma 
Justice' The suspicious daam of Qarmanicua, a popuiir lavoil(». 
results ir> a murdar and treaaon HW in the Ssnala aNehmraatana 
to inciicate Tiberiua and Livia. Maanwhla, Calgula ariowa hcraadng 
ajgns of dangaroua mental instabMty. 

• GOOD NEWS 

• CONVERSATION 

• St4Q WE NOEL The Monnon Youm Symphony and Chonja 
perform a variety of Chrialmaa aonga in tha Mormon Tabaihacia in 
Salt Lake City. 

• WOfH.D OF PENTECOST 

• ISSUES AND ANSWERS Today's show w« feature Mra. 
t^osalynn Carter, Aiherioli'a Firri Lady. ABC News Codaapondanl 
Barbara Walhwa wa conduct the Intorviaw in the Bhia fl^Cni otl^ik 
White House which wiH be sporting the First FamiVa Chriatmaa 

• AM eLlZABEIMAN GHRISTMAB OELBBRATION A lapfaMb 
of an Engfiah Christnnas celebralfon of the Etaabethah era inCludp 

a aoeaaiona, feasting, aiiging and dancing typical of the period. . 
J iJEAP HEAR 



• ROQR^S 



3:30 
3:46 

4:00 



_ DANCE IN AMERICA 'Choreography by Baianchina'Part L TT^ 
first of two programs whk:h higNHiM master ohoraoinphar Gaaa, J 
Balanchine and his company, me New Yodc CXy Mat. (iMiiK 
Suzanne Fanrail and Peter Martha in a perfamwnce of 'Txigana' W 
miisic by Ravel. 

• HAPPY HUNTERS 

• ERHKT.ANQLEY MVMCLE CRUSADE 

• THE NFL TODAY A poet-game procram presenting acoree, 



4:30 
6:00 



htaMghta and sports news. 

• MOVE 'The Purple Plain' 1966 Gregory Peoi(, Maurioa PenhM 
RAF |)M. ii Bumia, leama that Na wite waa MM, H» ll0Ma aBNH 
mental breakdown. (2 hra.) ^ '.' 

• NATIONAL FOOTBAU LEAGUE GAME Cleveland Browne va. 
Seatila Seaha«4(s: Karaaa Cay Chiefs vs. Oakland Raldsrs; New 
England Patrtola va. BaMmore Cohfl; PRtaburgh O ttatora vs. San 
Dtogb Chargers: Denver Broncoe va. Dalaa CMboys 

• last OF THE WILD 

• CffilDERELLA Ruaaian compoaar Serge Prokoftev'a MM baaed 
en the tafeytoto ia perionned by the Columbia (S.C) City Balat and 
ia t^MgiM by magical apedal effects. 

" MSEARCHOF 

FLAMES OF REVIVAL / 

. MOVi 'My Father's House' 1975 QWRobartVon,, 
Preston. A h^ preuMre news magazina atftor auTNM af 
arid through Itoshbecfcs racafe me gentler days df Mb youm. (2 



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6:30 



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nMOEMMSRLD OF TRUTH 
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iK^V%M airing Sunday, Dec. 1lonCm-TV. 



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• NEWS 

• CBBNEWS 

• FAITH FOR UVINQ 

• IHFL '77 Wiap^ of ioday'a footbal newa WHhXae LeonM. 
Bryent Qumbai and Regina Haakine. 

7:00 •the PAT ALBERT CHRWTMAB SPECIAL An Mna tad hiJMt y 
special atarrtng 88 Coaby. The Coaby KUS imtomiB Chrialmaa van 
special «*ien may reacua a tnoubted famly fronrdtoaetar, waleonW \ 
a new Ma into Ihe wwtd, and Mn that human cnjeNyip aomattnae 
a dtogiise for a spedai aadneaa. 

• THE NUTCf^CKER Hoat: Mn. Betty Ford, ClWislmaa saaaon 
apeciai laaMnO Ihe wartd4«moua Boishei BMt In a (^NMnbT 
production set to the muafo of Tchafcovaky. in addWan. Mra^FdM-^ 
wi be backstage at ma Boiahoi Thaake In Moacow and wf tika 

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mJ^ iE!^ TBteNiiTator: Sguirs Bulger. The taia s about • 
rT»l**»." « need of a merry qwilmas and is Seated to one 
iL^TLi^JT^ tree_ She leama that lov^ and Mandsft^ are 
■■£f.Jl-^Ji£'^"'^«'"'*»w round. 
2 BO MtlUTES 

I^^SSS?^^!^''^ dhappearanoe of a top secret 

,S*SSir~^2!2.'^l!i!?TO At Symphony concert season with a 

TO Boston Symphony Orcheafra and the Tarutowood FasM 
cfiorua. 

iliroocLue 

SJ!lf J!S EySf '''5?' •*!**« ^^' "«~ for Christmaa- The 
2^ S!L*t !l!^f*l!l.^^!**' ••*• return for this hoidty 

fSS ^ S^^S^".if!''?f2" '*****y***' ««t»» house 
•^1^ ?i^A^.*rd**" and put « on the maricet. 

traoody strikes the Bunljoi Ira^tivjld. • 



MMIK5w«|ffianigMlMforsCI«MmMan«allM>u(^fia 
*^J?l2!** «*w*>*»MiVo*iwlon ieewis l«to tumhg 
2? **»ffew% *» ahe planned. 
WWM^9*t^ Jo Rnney riera in the tie rob 
wrWPremtore ^mm ttait the (Wfe Mraar otl^itmWt 
0^mpiC9M mecW \Mnner VMra fVioiih, «^ 
fMwMNtl^ai hanfcaps. pregnvwy or t^ end went «) to 

S«^ f |*rt **wph iB inlernalqoal «0wi^ 
^?WCUjBaueafc M«m Pun*, son offiaMn whoJAed John 

betore h fe maraage to Joyce, shows up n twm and H wadi> to 

• H0U.VW)OO TaEVISION IMEATni The Heminjjway Ptay" 
TlM nwr play ly Frederic Hunter ewninee the wtla^itolw 
ggwwfcgfourcharaeiaraonacraanatthesawettoaaihodatfct 
(MtorMp^MesofHaminaway'ftMe. ^^ 

«W» •wmroll'eleMdMic journey to MMoo to saM an axpeilMant 
ft^undsnaator habiMton for its aitraclira ywj^ 
mNitiB the lob from her father. 



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-- MEWS 

• OeRALO DBiSfME 8HA«S 

!f Jf ^ "^ ""^^ Al »«y Darihg OauoWers' Annivsrs«y 
19n(toti«tYouis.l^«fmondk«ueey. ThecomedyrewtyesarotM 
a widower who plans to get manried aga»i. He plana to nMica the 
announcamant at the anniversaiy party for M| four daugMeia and 
ttwir huebands - al married just one year, (R) 

• lie TOMGHT SNOW Quest host: Join D«Mson. Quaala: 
Debbie fiayhotda, Feto Barbulfi, Kenny 1 
■MOME'QowntolheSeainShipa' 192?nchardMdmart(,Uoner 
BariMnoNt. Whaing captain takes gnndeon to eea #id nm atoul 
^art kMberg and dtaa. 
VP MEWS 

• TOMORROW Host: Tom Snyder. Quest: Betti Davis. 




, l>*j8l«»Mfor Km ninih ywron NBC-TV FrkSyTDSc. 23. "•»«««" 



aorto 



Tti6sclay i^^c. 2% tm 



Msyward. B»grc^ of famous author's IHe^iis adventures from 
oyster pirate to war cwespondcitt during the Boer War in South 
#ic« and the l^m&Japanase Ww of 1904. 
1:00 • TOMORROW Host: Tom Snyder. 



1:00 



0«0 



8:30 



!^^2£^S£2! JlSS^ Theaft?BraBcMeh5 SSMpwfwiMmee 
«2«NUTCIUCWR' to be tele»lsad with Mrs. Ford as on<ama»a 
. •NirytilM-SundiV.Dec.lSonNBC^TV. 

• THi ABC aJMQAY MOHT MOVIE Deiverance- 1972 Burt 
Reynolds, I4ed BiMy. A weekend camping trip through the mountain 
«li|lemess turns into a torri^ino nightoiare for fow men. (R) (2 

• MAStEimECE HCATRE 1. Ctaxius' Episode Seven. 'Ckieen 

c< Heaven' TiMrtus wies away his /sign with treison «Ms whie the 

rM power in the empire passes to Sejsnus, Vw comrhander of the 

iMm. Uvia recencies with ClaudMS and presents him with an odd 
requeet. 

8:80 ■ MJ(^ Aloe and Tommy spend asemi^nerry Ovi^mas Eve with 
Miin^ and Vwa - eneconced in the cab of a traler truck en roiie 
' ^HoqKto. 



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• ABCMEWS 

• FIVE STRRKi BREAKDOWN 

• DICK VAN D\n(E SHOW 

• C8SNEWS 

• NBC NEWS 

• MOVIE 'You Cani Cheat an ftoneat Man' 1939 W.C. FiaMa, 
Edgar Bergen. A showman's daugt^ who thinks her father neede 
money, ia kapl ftam marrying a wealthy man. (1 hr. 30 min.) 

• OVBi »SY Quaet: Patricia Neal. 
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rodn singer is found dead in his dressing room. (R) 

• MOVIE 'The Desperadors' 1943 Randolph Scott. Qlsnn Ford. 
Qinnan rides into town to stage a hoMup for a banker but fals 
in tove with banker's daughter and dteovers sherW is pal he cnw 
up with. ' 

• TOMORROW Host: Tom Snyder. Guests: Ray Price, tenner 
speechwriter for Richard Nixon; Bob Cannen, Associate Producer 
of 'Tomorrow.' 



8.-00 



8:30 



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rpICK VAN DYKE SHOW 
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acfrass Unda Lavin, vocaM MMMa 

'The Phantom of ffw Open Hearth' Humorist Jean 
1N>NRi'a noetolgk: comedy, set in the MUwest during the 1840'8, 
Qtniai* WDondafoung man's antk^ipafion and apprehenaton of his 



GR^QROCER 

• MACNEH.-I.B8IER REPORT 

S£M3MERPYLE 
AOAM 12 
8t^,OO0PYRAMD 
_ ALL STAR AUIC»T ANYTHNO QOES 

• DICK CAVETT SHOW Quest: Edward Qwey, author, iustrrtor 
and coatume designer for the play 'Draoula.' 

• MQ QAN'S H EROES , 

• THE nrZPATRICKS Kerry, the gM next door, nx« nway from 
home and Sean feels reiodnsUe because he had accused hsi> of 
Mna. 

• CMJCK BARRI8 VARIETY HOUR Queets: Redd Foxx, Bey Ctty 
Rolars. Mtoheto Phiipe, Steven Bishop, Unda Hopkins, J.P. Ittorgw, 
TempMona, Mia Brothers. 

• HAPPY DA YS Richie accktontaly dteoven that Fonzif. who haa 
been boaating of a big hoiday feast wiHi relalives, is miserably Mne 
on Chiirtmas Eva. (R) , 

• CHRliniASTIME VMTH M»TER ROGERS Fred Rogers, his 
'NeitfAoihood' friends and other guesbj)riaiW4 a tofflb MMdal 



AOhachool't upMming Junk)r prom. 

• SWE8T ANQLEY HOUR ^ 

10:30 • NEW8MAJ<0^ 
f 1^ AlHE CAROL BttftNETT SHOW Quest: Helen Reddy. 

vJmews 
•^rqe and oiame ivey show 

11:18 VnEWS 

1 140 •NBC LATE MOHT MOVIE 'Don't Push, I'l Charge When Ready' 

Sin Lyon. Caaar Ftomaro. Itaian POW in the U.S. gets drafted into 

ibc Americm am^, (R) (2 hrs.) 

RliOVE Ufcs of the FieM' 1963 Sktney Poitier, Ute Stela. Young 
rd, «x-(3.l.. helpa five refugee nuns buM a diapei in barren 
MsWand and alao teaches them EngMi. (1 hr. 35 nti.) 
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MOVE 'CityBaneath the See' 1963 Robert Ryan. Anthony Quinn. 
Twe deep sea dwars hunt fw treasure of the Jamawan coast. (1 
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OVER EASY Guest: Frederick Brisson, director. 

ILOVfLUCY 

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MACNEL-LEHRER REPORT 

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MCK CAVETT SHOW Quest Beanor Ctavk, Nattonal Beok 
imni wirmar for ^^es. Etc.: A Memoir.' 
■IhOOAN'BHERCXS 

• LOGAN'S RUN A sandmen iriw assumes the kiehiay of dead 
Runner IM 14 to lure Logan and Jessica t»ck to ttieOly of Domes 
ancounttnunexpeetod trouble afto'ttteyalVa {detained by Mrilhew 
ji Ihe Ftovktor in a dkHatoM JoO^. 

• TEXACO PRJ^errs 'The Bob Hope C»irirtnas Special' Oivia 
N•■rton^lohn, Perry Como, he MwMta and Mari« Hamt join Bob 
Hope (or a joyous muk»rf-come(^ ceHbraton of the hoidayK Also 
aiipaaring w8 be, the Assodated Prdss Al-Amadcan foobdl 

• THE SAN PEDRO BEACH RAM liliinfi'is My iM Bacauae 
gf Dancer's Uwidsr, Mooae is IMd by the pn^dant <M ttw beer finn 
*$ works (or. Wien Mm rest of thabtfnsset put to lieto.Mn they 
tiKliMsr'tlw praManI to trying to shiakt fM rriore ihan buaineBs Bte 
intariil in lis aacrMary 

• EVENIW AT SYMPHONY AfuNengtti perilaniiance of Handel's 
'Maaaiah' doaaa tl* Evenino At Symphony concert season wNb a 
twoiMrt program. Pvt Two concludes wMh guest Conductor C(*) 



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LAVERNE AND SHRLEY Its a fun-fied Christmas when 
Lawwne and Shirtey and their frisnds entertain at a hospital party. 

SOdilre DAY SHOW 
M^Sii Chariey demon^ates an uncharactoriatk: staek of 
generosity, first lendkig B. J. money and than paying Hawkeye's bar 
M, and the two redpienis wonder what he has in mind. 

• LAUQH4N CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 

• TNRGE'S COMPANY Three's Christmas' Jack. Janet and 
Chriaey ptot to escape a boring Christmas party atone wNh the 
Ropera because the three roommates are invited to a big bash the 

• Bl I^ORMANCE AT WOLF TRAP The Nutcracker- Andre 
K ost sl a n otz conducts the Nettonal Symphony Orchestra In a 
produdton of Tcholcovsky's dassto, 'The Nutcracker.' Hriaah 
aclraaa Rohan McCdtough wl nanato verses by Ogden Nash to Iw 
line-honored hciday tortasy. 
" 700 CLUB QuaM: Campus ministar Davto Chemoff, Dr. Russel 

mar, aasiriant dean <^ Fulsr Theotoopcoi Saminvy. 

GE THEATER 'Tel Me My Name- Arthur Hi, BartMra Bams. The 
poignant (feama revolves around a mother atfio is forced to toce Ste 
tr«rih about bar He after she is confronted by her BegNmoto 
19-year-oU daughter. (1 hr. 30 min.) 

• inSH Fish's job as a department store undsrcover Santa and 
liie bwi onttipanaive preeer4s dampen the Yulatkto spirit at the groi4> 
home, but there are surprises in More for everyone. 

• NBC REPORTS TrouMe in Coel Cowifry' NBC News 
correspondent Dou|^ Kksr wi serve as on^samara reporter tor 
Ihis special examMng the enormous problems we face in the effort 

intake coal Amerin's m^ ene^ source. 
SOAP Peter Campbel is dMto end every member of the TMe 
and Campbal househoU is a prime swpect. Jessica and Sanson 

ato solve the myrtery. (1 hr.) 
GREENPEACE ADVENTURES Voyagee to Sme the WhataO' 
TYie story of the Qreenpeace FoundaiNin mambera who frack down 
whaing Itoets at sea and put themaakm between ttie whales and 
harpoonars in an ^fort to focus worid atlentton on ttM extanninMan 
of various speciea. 



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THE CBS UTE MOVE 'Norwood' 1970 Glen Campbel, J^e 
htomolh. Norwood Pratt, home from Vietnam, decidea that Ma in 
Tvcaa IB boring so he goee to New Yori( to become a atar. 'Ko^: 
teat War to Town' A rooide poiceman, aaaigned to t(o^» staff, 
inadvertonlV >torts a gang war. (R) 

•the TOMGHT SHOW Quart host: John Davkison. Quests: Sendy 
DuncM, MMyn Sokol. 

•TUESDAY MOVflE OF THE WEB( 'Hsy,rroAive- SN^Stnlhers, 
EdMMd Aanar. The incredbto frue story of an adventurous young 
woman and an okjer man whoM plana crashea in the frozen Yukon 
wMemeae ieeving toem no meme of survival except each otoer. 

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DICK CAVCTT SHOW Que*: Jiim Jaynes, autha. 
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Oi^AL ROBERTS CHRISTMAS SPEaAL 
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•l^GHT IS ENOUGH Dear MiesDirah' Tom dotes out sage advne 

Sto the hometown tovetom column, bgt toses his tool when daughter 
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WOOEHOUSE PLAYHOUSE 'The Tnith About George' A shy 
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bizarre Me in the ring haaiWe meaniifig unH he meets a woman who 
siMS him aa a viwm, aoraWve person instead of frie booed vilain' 

»} arouses me fans^^. (2 hrs.) 
THE BLACK SHBSP JMUAORON 'The 200 Pound Qorila' Burly 
1^ mechmc Sgl Andy kickin's dWKe of all officers is so wei 
.totowm that whan he> Promoted to Warrant Oflfcer he is at a toss 

K words, and, ih.friisnuon, goes on a rampage with his fiste. 
CHARLE'S 4NGP.8 "Dude Rmch Story' The wealthy owner of 
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' PANCE 84 AMStieA 'Choreography by Batenchhe' Part I. 
Mmbers of the^aOdaimed New Yoric City BaM perfonn three 
'OcGons from George Balanchine's 'Jewels' and conclude with 
avinsky's 'Vk)|n Concerto.' 
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• BARETTA It Qoes WHh me Job' Tony Baretta is martced for 
by hokM> imn Vic Jackson after the detective steys 

:on's brother during a robbery. 

BOOK BEAT 'Sorig of Sotomon' by Toni Morrison. 

THE ROCK 

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I.7HE CBS UTE MCnnE 'Hawal Five^O' An obecure shopkeeper 
becomes the catalysi in the assassinatton pk^ of an Iron Curtain 
difsotor. 'Kojak: Before the OevI Knows' The sunMig htf of a 
cM^burgter teem becomes a target for his own fsnca, in addtoi to 
Maktest burglary vfetim, a profeutonal kier and ff«e poioe. (R) 
•THE TOMGHT SHOW Quest host: John Oovkleon. Quests: Card 
Channing, Bruce Jenner. 

• STARSKY Mb HUTCH MYSTERY OF THE WEEK STARSKY 
AND HUTCH-'Ci^iiain Ddt>ey. You're Dead' A corrupt indusfrialist 
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traiaad. I wis. old, Fraa 
to a good hoaM. 484-mc, 
ater 3 p.m. 



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I male, 1 female, trieotor 
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■tory how at (^amaaaka 
Headpartara Lftrarv U 
<^mi Bridge. Evwy-hNa- 
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to IQ P.lf. aadSaaday 1 
P.M. - •P.M. Fmpat- 
maUty tastlag, gaest 
apaakera, aad aatartato . 
■eat an Jast a few of Ike 
aetMtieaBlaiMd.Weai« 
IdcatodatSmiMttnrn. 
aemi Ato. Ta. BbbiA. Par 
aMN^ Infarmattoaeitltdll- 
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daya at II a.m. QHauBafca 
""■laailBia Uhrary to 
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Mi« IviatoaiL.liirdi. 
StoteParmineoQil, Write 
Ridt at P.aBoi B4a, 
.(%eaapMdte. Va. SSm. 




HIGH SCHOOL SEKMOm 



PWE/njifpwittUastor 
kUtitSreatiraek, win- 
4bwr Woods aad^n^ 
BeaAbnaehianraMaaw- 
wy ^atardajr aondiV. 
Coatoet 3401mT tttii- 
tormcHoB oe film Hfles. 
times and dates. 

(MfE WAYTOmJitfe&free 
loag dtotaaee totailioee 
cfeUi Dtoi aoo-sid-^to 
flafwtlftlieBartyyoB'rt 
ea]ltogbuata&.f^(IO0) 
nunbar. 

REED A FILM or speaker 
ftff yow Bairtd*a«Hlwt 
Tb» nmaajaaka PaMcU- 
toary Mhmifraa wograms 
oaeattwtiil||lra;i^nes 
nddewlNNtts. 



FREE BR" ad vhM yoa 
hajf 'gitaaatniy' yovpro- 
duttoraaiaal. 
POW 547-«71 

SUK «M*S4S0 



FWBE IHFORIUTRlir TO 
COR«7MIR8: An yaagO- 
Jim mm Imaa iavnwa- 
Beal wfwt doaafBay a 
«a^ ia^toaeB or T.f.? 
CaflyowB^WMltaaH 
Barm tor rnorteafim 
yon an. eoa^rte dqtag 
bo^nas witt. PRBBpato- 
Ph><te oa aaqiloymait a> 
gei#M, apidtoaeas.lraas.- 
«• _,^aef . hone work 
s^lNa aad maigr othar 
arepfe of eeaaaator pro- 
docto aad aervioaa. CW 
your tm at<S7-$«n.Tel- 
epheae honca 0:00 - 4:00 
Monday - Frtoay. 



NEQ) a naamoalty mind- 
-^•— linr te'Tow cMe 
CaU 420-0971 be- 
a.m. and ISnooa. 
Friday. 



THE STOP. Organiiatlaa 
haxamda availabla to the 
pubBf afllmoBsaWgyeoa- 
senttioB eBUUod,'"Aa^ 
Abotd ta^itotion. " TUs 20- 
flln to daa^aed 
tha..*ieaw to 
do-it-yooraelf 
ilabcmieinsBla- 
.^.-^ --wttotporapM or 
ptNp We kdtod to eon- 
toet the STOP orgaaiu- 
ti<m tor fwthef infonna- 
tloe aad schadaliw. The 
fllni Is anilidttaraEE (rf 
clttiliB. PteW«Bt»«Mlr, 
Joiut Hardte. Weaihariaa- 
tioB Coordiaator, at 827- 
3541. Eit 305 tor tadbr- 
matloa aad schedi^. 

ATTQrn(»<n! indnptriai 

and eoaatnicttafej 
FREE haallng oft 

plywood and lnmb_ , 

osed for the paqlMMe til 
building Unflioasas. 04- 
4870. 



FEDERAL TAX IHFOR- 
MATION and assistonce. 

Call between 8 a.m. aad 
4.'45 p.m. Tel6pbaae481- 
3770. 



SPEND AN AFTERNOm 
iiiaktog moaey! Advertise 
pK gmn sate jrfto a 
low cost Want Ad. CaU 
M8-3430 or 547-45*^. 



l^tlEEBEE 

SMALL DOG - 1^ r)ri>- 

Ut/Beagle • 307-2985. 





OMiOIIINEItS 

'Hx it Younolf 
[For SEifaty & Eodnomy 



if.W« OLD ]«•■ »^ 



pie , — ^ 

^IWaitan.Can4l7-07a. 

ENGLISH IVY - alter 4 

K- 547-VH. AUjia 
to do to dig It an. 



•wiior. One qaMtloii Out tlr*2Lili *• <% "aU 

, Jad • tood-poybg pwt-tlaM 

r lob wbS* ha's itiU IB adMoi fggg CTILDRBI Activl. 

tiat - Story aad SMvie^ 
craft da]«aadpaet Aovw 
CaU CUlAaa ro-anBna» 
tor, P«y l^arriMd, at 



pK 



i 

f 

I xmaa: Males * Fe- 

t wtos, 5 wks. m, Aoti- 

^ todnd. Have 1 tortoUe 

t Aril, 2 Idack. 2 aolid 

'^ lAHeaad 1 maari Uttea 

: Witt Mae eyea.Ataoaaad 

* toaiag home tor Ibiaekfe- 

t male IMaa, 3 moe. oU 

I aad 1 UMk^m^ kMca. 
2 BMB. old. ^ m&s firon 

<^ Itarthwait Rivw Vatk. 

I 01-9007. 



FREE POPPIES • 8 ifts. 
oid-2airia-eaeinmla- 




Ftn-3 

klltoaatogaed 



haind 
487- 



mJUOL U^, HALE. 
omU afs toeladad. 4N- 
MIO. 




_. _„pot. 
laeladMl. CaU S47-7279. 



SAFE SefcOBl taebaa: For 
ftM laiMtoattoa oh toad 
aaft^ wftta tor a cepr 
ol -f ami itfety torTi 

•w^Manutta Ofltoa 
QffiA. «eeai 200, iTli 
PoM^ma 8L, HW, Atlaa- 
to.Ga.SW9. 



LONG lAIRES GOQIAlf 

1/f p*', ntj tftocttoaaia. 
to faod hpaw wtt lane 
^— 1JMHO-9007, 



"WJiraiB m 

mf alitor ba roHad «, 
^^mm aaa aaiaad«il 
to Ito Aad." Ma'a'te. 
Forattaaha6k,naiBta'l 
MM^i»aaitaFMt.da- 
HiMadbraM^ eaU«4- 
BUO, 




M7-^ 









yow- 
- . S20 

Va., . eafi aflar 1:00 - 



S47-8982 



■ BE oral FRSMb . Adaiit 
, ud 1^ ynr low Md 

j2»*a-«*iBM»ato.We 
■aaa yow pSv- Porto- 

StSoo?^ *^**^ 

EXTRA INSOBIE Is aarii- 
able before and after 
your son fradaatai. OOTTA (StlPE? The Tide- 

— '■ w^rBaaaraadaaaaBa- 

nMil» iplpiidteaiMat 

A poiiiMHty ttiat ya« yoa ^1 yow codaamaj- 
aii|ht Uk* your m» to M- p ra Ma a m . CUB m*Sa\ • 
pkm ii a pi|ar«B. tM tola n:00 . - |:en ||wtey - 
Wai •m «xta Ineaaw befon Fri&y. T^^ as y«ir pcob- 
■**-^ ^ pwitoatwi If ha toma. tt «a emil h^ yo4 
• ^f?^^.^ WW be p^ wewOlatttortottyeatri^ 
Aoat 9U a wMHh liy O* brriiw yaa to pnpw 
Maria* Coi^a RMam iar afiaey tHto caa b^yea. 
wariitoc oa* «wk««d a 
aaanlk wMe to badi KhoMl. 

After yadaation, be ean Iffi niMMiilC^rrM. 
eara abort SMOO ibi ap- pM«^^^p3i3i 

!^^ **l!i*''^"'^ to « ikaStolMS 

Mid. mi ,m»,-ua. minSSKass; 

ii«ltorWrttoto:Tfda. 

.V :-:- — ^ •■*• fcboal, P-0. 

— ^_ :'To« am grt Baa ISdT ChMUMka Va 

fartliar iRforn.tioa oa ^SJ^' "•■^'«»' " 
tkia progrwn by eiMng 
i«M»-MO« toit A«v. iw to 
CUtanrfa f«*-3fta4MI. 
Yaw SHI mtm 4tod it a 



• DONT Hace -^ 
idiuieM, TV aeto ar^ 




beat will affvct fvrnii* 
epMatioB. 



* DO to^ owrauy twitdi 
fieraMxtato tovtl M di^ iriS 
'orkaoe«f«t^. ^ 



inawM aiNi i«Miy— aim « — t^t Ma i 
Se SSLl a aaoB^^ -Otft^ tSa^^. 

nm bea».;>Yo« en prt ■« mj*. / 



2<lMcla^llailaaa 8*AatoaMbUaa tor Sale 



1 



ATmirnoif: pftiiBEE 

AdmtiMiiir teaaav!«ea 
to » raad Yomtil)ptoeae 
eaU to aad outotf aaw 



387- 
%iaat^ 3490.00 
00. Vtoii* 

la. 



Rws ihampooed • aaeial 
haa«y rate - fO.TSper 
room. 427-2909. 



REDUCE SAFE * PAST 
with GoBeae Tabteto A E- 
Vtp "water plUs". Mar- 
den Drug, 



WG9. earpet wfil aever be 
el(toa»r w toiric b^tw «- 
til yo« try w. Free ea- 
Uto^ ^ Unr rate - CtU 
eviaUgs aflw p.m., 421- 
8802. ■ 



noioniiiaia: 

TMaaator jam fttr 19 
years. ^totoitovtol^SIO* 
IIM (sanMlag aaivtoe 
9-5, Monday -Friday). 



WANTED - am PAnxiw 
oU b9 eleetrte tratas, 
Amwican Flyw, Ltoaal. 
Ivas, nade frctt 1925 to 
19BS i Asf 4m. ^e. or 
odpdtttoa. Piwifir487<l020 
4t-l^ 

- a 

PRBB8 raOWf (XKINTRT 
EGGS, ion S. tetOaltold 
mvd.. CbeMvaidN. 9S< a 
dis.4iS47tt. 



24Mt 



stasL 



BUCK FRAME SEAIUNG 
glasses to bromcase,lliiat 
OB flUlwdl Rd. aaw ML 
Pleaaut. N0v. SO. ttfoaad 
caU 4M-1SM. 
It-lS/M 



LARGE Roarard - GoM to- 
«Ba bead tte.taiBUy heir- 
toom. Loaf to Qraea Rmi 
area. Call daya-tt2-S900. 
Righto - M7-49i3. Ask for 
Cbwlto. 



LOST: CAT-amto, black- 
• years <M. aMto flfa 
eoUw; lost to NorMva^- 
tatoa. Can SSB-Sbl aftw 
8f.n.aiH947-1085< 



•••AataaMbOai Iw S^le 



1987 CHEVROLET Impato. 
^•r qiwt eoBVWtfflito - 
m. CaU 481-0I29. 

19U TOkienr)^*' 

^ttoana^a. FalreoMi- 
.pion. 1495.00 • S47-M77 



1972 WniNEBAGO IS' 
Brave - 33.000 mUes - 
Newly redecorated - air 
ommtoaed - |S.O0O. CaU 
547-4571^ ask Ibr Tmn. 



WLVO-im. 184 E. ea- 
e^lei^ coa(Utioa,|3.500.00 
MI-5S21 



190 V.W. BUS, 13,800.00. 
New caglaaand eiatdL aa- 
e«U«t inlwior, lUi-PM 
eassatto stereo, aawlfidi- 
etto Z Ures, body aeeds 
vwy rtolBor teadi-gp wwt. 
CaU 547-7957 aftw •p.m. 
4T-1/4 

Speed. AM^FM O^ltadk 

atweo - raitto , «Uay 
vdMcto, Koal abo^, aaa 
palat. Mtob^to tires, ai- 
«eUeat eoadtttoa, ^000.00. 
485-1702 



THERMOSTAT 
DO'S&DONT'S 
You may b« able to savfe 
. i^aney on both fuel aiid 
mptar mk by trouble- 
Aoctinii aoiM of tke nMiat 
ooBuaoB toeiuiOBtat ' pni^ 
. teniyouiMir. 
^ 8liie« mart OMHrneetat mat- 
rnnctiow icaidt from eUii«r 
toaproper loeaHaa. m^ 
tananee orus^ of Um d«vk», 
hcfe arc amtM help^il doH 
; Mid de^lV U» r(>llo#: 

• DO mount your Uienno- 
atat on an toaida mtt, a««|r 
ftora doon Mid vtodowa, 0e 
tlMt it wV iHrt bfaltoctod % 
ib» outride toaip e idto ia or 
drafU. 



CAIHLLACS-aew 1978. 
JircbasaalttnitelSSOO. 



DODGE- WtodowVaw 
M72 11500.00, 1973 
12000.00. AiMNBatto. 
S4S-7S01. 



cHRYSbcii^ttn iiawpwt. 
. air endMtoMd, Mlpowai* 
40,000 aotoal mUas, alea 
etou (te. I1S98M. 
5S3-9051 587-10I7 



VEGA - 1974 BroMe GT 
HatoMawl. air, tope deck. 
aMeUant eoa^toa.M5. 
% M «4-798l. Miid: 
425-nil. 



tOinuc Tma AM<«aa 
Itis. fantaaa«iai|pto 
W0O.W dtoecdai.IMto 
jjjwa of Vlri^ate. 49T- 



1970 VW, BEETLE, Ite- 
M»eagtoa, cto^Mwbaal 
oMora. Oraa apa^w ia4 
dte . Mr sHMMRIMO 




19711 
0, liK otoffitoa, baiS 



iS. 



cw ' Ufff mmtt (Mktt 
nm toOaa, I4.M.0S. 



^*^^Jm - f led 



fl|P, 



tes 



waaay Mill»JaaviNa Mw frw laH^aMCMw IMMMtr 



S«CT FLAM lAH^ 
•n#»r yiHir 



« *» M 



ff ffnian c^w^ a** cwKaa^ 




• „.,»^-, .,„ jp,t,ii"i;. Load- 
ed' power windows and 
toato. 01t^fto*iw wheel, 
•lre»beato.AM-7Mstw- 
f?iii''5!'*»^«'yclaaB! 
ii.WJtoUM. S4750 Call 
490-2977 



BUKX - 1985 RIVIERA:. 
Slpeeial totaraat ew. Pdl 

aaw w oast oitor. 429- 
0128 afler 8:00 a.m. 



|iK?eXjr Mach V - aa» 
im. PwtfMta «tt V to 

nrai.iKi aicmm Aoto nvf- 

wtefiniJM>»S8. 



<»JWIOia.E-l9«9 Daito 

9Mm^ m tmmm 



1098.00. W1.204S 



POHTflWfllTS, Catal^, 
awty ciMs. 4lr. «»d 
^*«( , "jtoiw brakaa 

ffw^^la^^ Prieed 

^-^1 50.1887. 



~ ut^ BmiST, s ra. itot^ 
back, i mt^ vary depea- 
dMda^ lav aMisteaaaca. 
&M« - $47>4S71 aft w 8 - 
•SS-'OfOL 



DODGE: 1918 COLT, vtarl 
top, tt-doadtttoaing, AM^ 
PM. 4-#aMl, »-30 rnif. 
SUPBtCIAUf. ManAto- 
moettoa stMm>! m-mi 



9-MotweydaB-Sceot«to 



WyOA-mt 750 K. Imr 
aweaMa JMSdittoo. nr- 
lakfaf «m 



X-SSi: 



R01IDA-191« CB-380. llO 
miin, fbowroom eoadl - 
ttoa, S hdmato and eovw 
1960.00. 4»-2S14. 



ll-aaate^|irt«»aappli^ 



BOAT. 64 STARCRAFT, 
17 ft. fibeigiass with 75 
boraapoaw Jotouoa. Fol- 
^ eqatoad, Coast Gimrd 
teqMtotad. tot trailer. Haw 
sert oovvnaad ftiU can- 
vas. Sacrifice 11575.00. 
482-4828. 



BOAT F« SALE 
|N8-U'akraalltoer-40i|i 

axhw, aMa 8. Qdl 
SMdM - 8Sf .4SS0. 



ti»l 



llEffl8TERlS> HURK. Ez- 
o^eat oppoilaaito vlUi 
aaa tomUy orieatadprae- 
tk9.to Paige ana of Va. 

BaatiL mw ambi&tory 
nqteriaoea raqplrad. CaU 
4n-IS07, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., 
Moe.lfcraFri. 
2T-12/a 

PART'- TIME SPEAS;ER 
FORCHKAPEAXE 
TsaeHflg, aalaa snpar- 
vlsloB w pabUe ntottou 
bad«nN»d? Leading ear 
vice ootopaii' nqaires at 
tnellva artfealato pwsoi 




•r-^ T*' r 



br Work your Frae, hff 
ofl New Telephoaa Pre 
gram servldng oar eas- 
tomers from your hMae. 
CaU 4ZS-71I9 

FULL TIME - Part toe 
aaadwiehpretiaratlaa. 
Waitnasaa, barteadwand 
McktaU waitnfaes. My 

Brotbara Dell. Between 
3:30 to 4:30. Apply 97 S. 
Witcbdiick Rd. 
11/7 



WORK AT «ME to wan 
iai*WO.oopwmo 





rSALES 
P.O.BflK78d 
palm biiw, Ftorida 



COMPUTER 
PROGRAMMER 
A«aa«ted ooUeca g^ 
pMitornA^ %iai ma^to 
datejroeassiaB, auM.ac- 
eoa&ig or soeUlttcieBees 
* 1 yrrdqwrtoaeatorcf- 
spoosiua ^-Qgnm detign 
A daaMopDMBt voit. Add- 
ed toqwrtonee as sUUed 
programmw may sabsti- 
toto tor coUage the bote 
of Ifr. eqterimiee tor 2 
yn. adoea^ten. Sboaldbe 
vUUag to wwt to C^ua- 
P«iMa.Va. &wflfegsalary 
11,050 pwg»>. ^svfkcan- 
etoa oc«w aMdfcaats wUl 
be coasldared as Oiey be- 
come rij^e. «tate ap- 
idleatioBS (G.O. Form P- 
12) avaitaUe friom local 
Va. Employmeid Conimto- 
sions A Va. Merit System 
A phoaU be received ^ 
8:00 p,m., Dae. lOj J9T7 
at Va. Merit System, i»ate 
Ftnuca Udg., Rtolnnoad. 
Va. 23219. An aqnl pp- 
portnnlfy emplwar. 
It-12/14 




CLEANING New homes 
aad raototo. AS kiada of 
deaniag. CaU «l-0787 



CWLD CARE- tamytaoma. 
Day. week w hoar- Feaeed 
yard, jb^erieneed - ra - 
liaMa, dQWMtobto • with 
r rt w eacea. 482-1788. 



BABTSlTtllKi -my braie. 
New NOB aad Wante Cw- 
BW.4e9'««7. 

BOfKKEEPDIG / Gaaeral 
Offtce wwfc !!»• sbmU bas- 
iaess to my boaM / yaw 
office. CaU 482-3004. 



tor toed pmie .qtoaUag 
ass^anaats bafonvmi- 

ea's gifnpa. Eatnmely 
iataraattat wwk. Pn - 
parad'tonntol tornisbed. 
One wndar per weak. Saad 
latorBMttM OB yaw badc- 
paaad to: fwsoaael Di- 
raetw, P.O. Boa S868. 
RidmieBd. Va. a225. 



MECHARIC. Gnaad floor 
anmrtaaftr lor rVit pw- 
soa. Mast be eipcrieaced 
to amaU dMaal aad gaso- 
liae MgiaM, Fast promo- 
ttoa to 1^ maaager. 547- 
7m. 
IT-B/M 

BZrabENCED TRACT(% 
AMD FARM MACHOtERY 
SAUEWAB. Urge twrt- 
tory. Sda^ |das com- 
mlarioa. Write P. 0. Box 
887, WmfUlt. Va. 23847. 
2T-12/a 

DBtniWTGiK^.VMp pao- 
pll toaa w^^Getaa- 
WljMto-Md ear* anew. 
ffltae tor detaUs - 497- 
9«5. 



OaasM^ IMBVO^P- 
MOnr Grutt CoaipiiaBM 
Ofbw 

Peatttoa nqtoraa a work- 
tag haai^idn of Paderal 
&aatnKtftoaajartato- 
tog to iWiwwil» dfvdl- 
Ma« grtat. Bw- 
1 eoitoaenr's 
hdt iidma#lH 

prtatta OBalraat- 

ar'a ea^temaaf Padttal 
Qraat Hi*dtoM. Mto- 
«f t yn. ecOaga 



pwsoa ' 19-Baa|aess O^fwtortly 



OPEmiG, BUnHG orsel- 
llag a bariaass. Fw totor- 
■lUtoa - Wrtto Badaess 
Service, P. 0. B« MOO - 
Virgtoto Beadi. Va. S34n 

Have a ffl^y profitibto 
odbaaatUUl ieaaStovof 
yow owa. Faatwiag Oe 
lataat to Jean, Oealtosaad 
toortewaw. ^4,500.00to- 
cudas BeglBBiag Inven- 
tory, Ftatana, aad Trato- 
iag. Yoa ffl^ have yow 
ston opea to as littto as 
B dws. CaU aay time for 
Mr. Uion. (318) M-2»8. 

PART - TIME weMeat 
earatoga LMoflMu^to- 
taraattoaal has a limUsd 
aanber of opaaia^ fw 
Maean hardmitlag tadl- 
vMaaU aha ni^ito Sds 
araa. flta to aa Uaal pa- 
tftioa tor Iraam^mi, 
PtoMoaen. oeHsga ato - 
dtoto. etc. Fw totor- 
■aUaa tad maUealtoa 
8wy^saBdsatf.iatoawed 
•awwpa to : tmno 
■area IMataalioHi^ Bw 
m, Itofttam, Oatarto. 
"^ari appartWty em - 



FULL TIME- Part time 
aandwlch wvratioa wit-; 
f^^WManWatftoadiri. 

gwa Dtf . Brfweea 1:30 

™i-2..A|^rW5Wlteh- 
dam[|>Rd, ^ 



CARD CARRTUK} ELEC- 
"iKCIAN. Fdl Uma wait 
CaU 4SB.0347 - 1.30 to 5 
p.m. 



Woft at Homa to span 
One. Foaaflde aaraiws of 
1290 a vaak statQag ea- 
vMopM.8aad3^^ 
atoaoad , s^-addnssad 
.M men ia « 



^xmi mcoMS 





libatotoki»i 
waeaU. 



^UM WBKLY M^tag 

toMMpa to: K. c. Mau 
iita. Wt UavMTOtt 
^ Xnwa Ctty.lB 



l^^^m O g wt^fe 



prafMi^UafMKnmi 
P.O. Aa Btti, n^im, 

Vi. 21508 



EARN mmat Se pMr 
own boast (tewtoalty fW 
adVM^mwtl nrt^time w 

aaytlme. 



Al» AMOTHIS tafloma - 
mato^gj^r^g^. 
batorsUp. ^p^v|Bi|yB- 
MUdB c«a «) it'Watnito. 
4»7-S«55. . 



amE you « iaaMgilr? 
Let Bto 8lK»t ]nAtott|DB 
<an mau^ a eUia^cf 
yoor own with u income 
potndlal of $l,«0O pw 
month te first rear onkjo 
iidttal iBvestinMJ of mi' 
der flOd. Early retire- 
moit ppaslide. Tralwg 
ud fuidance |;lTen. Ph&e 
tor lidervtaw «|-l9«C 



jriTiT 



#!U. PimaiitSEBQ#C- 
ka^ag. tait acdtoans lad 
or eatfiaac(»itottag|Hric-> 
tlce. C^ndact P.O.Box 1824^ 

!l<B*Ik. Vi. ISWl: «.» 



>1-Pllvktol 



BATON TwlrUag, raar(A- 
tog aad ^xatttf. aiaU 
etolMs and pt*^ las- 
aoM. Fw fwBiw:todgeitt- 
tioa, caU ««-«0S atter 
7:30. 



t 



22-Dags-Cato,ak otoMfTett 



POODLE. Syra.i>ld.laiAni 
mtolttwe. FaU - btooMd. 
Call 425-7938. ' 

4T-1/4 ■ 1 

BCHBRPUPS-AXe^nv. 
irterad, town, i^ota aaff 
a«w»ed, 8 wtfc* -aid, 
3150.00. 467-1949. 

>. 

M 
CAT - male, 8 BiOBths,|dth 

flea odtor bmnra/oraa- 

te Witt iHlfta pa«s^ vary 

friendly, Great Kidgew-- 

aa, reward 482-1732 nights 



DCWERMAH ^raiSCRER - 
Pqpf - AKd^K«l&flld. 
8 wks. <M, shotoaand 
HSROO: 



.vormed. Btod^- 



34 Farm''-' ' *■* ■ 



MAKE IT a 4iottod Ciurfi- 
tmas. Champioa b^iodU^. 
15.3 . FuSfAmma 
Gtidtag. I^MMea. Mtw. 
EnguS . vmtoa jani- 
tog, traU; dbfi^d^. 
S3000.00. 48S«|«S4. ^ 



BREEDING ^^pttnto^ 
hamps and ywks. Boats 
and gilts. Deerpvth 
Fanns. FrankUni Va. 562- 
4975. 



iSO-AiVetoator 



Firewood tor side -^adb 
par pick - up load. «1- 
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sun staff Writer 

,.^pn HarfeU di<lBn tkiok there would be aracli re- 
«oa|t fdiea leranl Qreat Bridiie Hifb Sdnd itiMleiits 
49Mcte<r Mm wi^ the net df startfhf « iui eUb to- 
Us "Or. llMRdood" televUioo diow. 

B^ t^^ flict that the "Iferry lf«dblooii lUrttiMfcers" 
■im m^ber la the 70'8 "Is very reass«rli« fof me," 

He oeosiQittll^ thrcws io a pluc for Vb» eMhwhIs 
^hQVt which airs od Sundays at 1 %m. onWAVTTV, 
10. 




i loeal to it The 
at flrat becaue of the anaUaadieiiM at 1 a.ii. 

"I wanted to do somethiBg (Bfferent bMides the 
ard ttlBf fhere tte toy fets q> oiit of tte cofHii 
so llm^," Rat-rell said. "So we came iqi with the : 
of a mad sdeotist who Uires oet in Ponfo. 

'thigiaally It was just goiaf to be a om shot lhb««r 
Just one show," he said. "But dnrbg the broaddbt w» 
asked vie^Mrs to call or write \i Oiejr liked us awl we', 
had abmrt 100 pboM calls irtfli in IS minotes." 




es TV star 



i his main lOb lA the station is writing and producing com- 
f mercials. "Uadblood is actually a very small part of 
[ what 1 do here," he said. "It takes v^ about eight hours 
(continued on page A-3) 



Wharf's your spirit ? 




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iM&Md, feroedittft Us first stow 

4b 1975. Oil oitfU that time the station 

airing a regolar wtekly hontr show wUch 

had aboet Ijm • 5.000 viewan. 
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VirftUa Beafib risidents 
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Two-year-old, Hut Janus, of the World <a Tom<nTow 
Ou Care Crater sang and danced in his reindeer ont- 
JfClEl^.ihe resi#Hits of Camelot Nursing Home ofVir- 

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Or.Madblood 



The diow seemed to take wings as more charao^s 
were added, todidlng Or. liadUood's assistant VUly, 
Connt Laeodra (thU's Dracnla spelled sldeway8)»i Qneen 
Mem«A»n, Prueess Lygia, Father BeerbeUy, Betsy 
inm ^sketeaM, Uie Andio Shadow and the Beiin, to 
Mmeifow. ^ 

The cast preseirts 52 eidsodes a year, with i#tually 
BO n§HU, Uk the Uadblood Uaaor house. TIhh^ are 
OMafly 10 segmots per weA wUch are presented during 
breaks in the hornH* movie being show. 

"In the tint two or Uiree segmats auA weekwe 
vsiiaUy do siUy taknrffs and spoofs," said mtreU. 
"The& in tte remaining parts we develop a story." 

"We have to do something to try to kec^ people watch- 
lag, beeaose the moviies are so bad stHnetimes!" he ^ded. 
He eqdained that auay of tt^ popolar and better huror 
films are rimply not available or are out of the«latton's 
price range. 

Their efforts must be woridng. since the most recent 
rating estimates their current viewing andiaice at 'tt.OOO. 

"You teve to know your audlraee," sakl Harrell. "We 
try to gear ourselves to the same type of humor used on 
'Satarday Mi^ Live."' 

Does the popular "Saturday Kii^ Live" Imve any in- 
fla«ice on "Dr. Uadblood" viewershlp, since it proceeds 
the show? 

"There's a percentage of viewers who nti^ 'S^nrday 
Migtt' and thra jBst sUy toned to ns," said Barrell. 
"But I fiilnk a bigger majority watch as iorns. We 
doo't lose viewers when 'Saturday Mli^ ira't on b^re 
us." 

Harrell bepm woitlag at WAVT in 1974. Prior to 
ttat be imkei for WTVR in J^dimond. where he hosted 
a SO-minto daily ddUrea's program and dU SMne an- 
noMdng ud prw^ioB work. 

"I or^naUy Mrted oid in r»Iio ud Vttm grnduated 
mo television," he said. 

His cnrreiA title is Director of Creative Services and 



ByLEECAHILL 
SUN Pablic Affairs Writer 

Councilman R. L. RlRs tHrought Us fight against the 
^Ue blue law before his colleagues on the Virginia 
Bpch City Council, received some glimmers of sup- 
pcit, bat no action. 



"Tim law Is so compllcatod that tha 
pMIc doasn't know what's lagal." 

Counclknan John A. Baum 



Althou^ there 'was general agreement among the coun- 
dlmen that the law was poorly written, ccmfiising and 
difficult to oiforce, Council failed Uonday afternoon to 
give Riggs the endorsement of a referendum wUch he 
songU. Enacted Iqr the Stete Legislature, the blue law 
Iffovides localities with a local (vtion throu^ a refer- 
endnm. 

Councilman Robert R. Cromwell, who said that be was 
lB<.favor of the blue law although he thoi«bt it should be 
<dirifled, said that. "If it were put to a vote today, it 
wMd still be supported." 

Cromweli thongtt the argument shouU be Mldressed 
to StUe legislators. "The thing to do is not to eUmin- 
ateitbottochaiveit" 

Biggs had lUtially asked Council to endorse a refer- 
mSma on Uay 2, the date of the Councilmanic electioo. 
Be said Uttt the last referendum, in wUch voters sag- 
pmed the law, was held tU-ee ynrs ago, while ttie Stete 
allows another referendum in two years. He saU, "I 
mat yrar sqiport in giving the peoide a dmnce to vote 
a^Ua." 



A referendum may be held only if five percent of the 
registered boters (4,000) petition the Circuit Court for 
a vote. 

Uayor Clarence A. Holland said that be would have 
no trouble with the referendum— at another time. "1 
don't think councilmoi should be elected just because 
of how they stand Qo the blue law." 

Stete law does not permit referendums on dates Stete 
Megates are elected so that a special referendum wUch 
would cost between |12,o00 and |15,000, mlgU be the 
only vay to satisfy all conditi(»s. 

(continued on page A-3) 



{Mondays will be a holiday 



I 



The Mondays -following 
Christmas and New Year's 
will be observed as a holi- 
day for the majority of Vir- 
ginte Beach. 

Banks will observe their 
rqrular ba^ng hours m the 
Friday before Christmas and 
New Year's but will be clos- 
ed Monday, Dec. 26andM(»- 
di^, Jan. 2. 

lie City of Virginia Beach 
will also be closed Oo the 
Monday atter Christmas and 
New Ymu-. There will be no 
refuge collection on eittier 
Monday. 

Virg^ Be«:h schools 
will be ctosed on Dec. 2Z 

mmmmmmmmmm 



and will reop^ Monday, Jan;; 
2, although the School Boas^ 
is eipected to extend tte 
hcdiday until Jan. 3. 

The U.S. Post Office wlU 
have no collection onChri^- 
mas and New Years Day 
and offices will be closed oo 
both Mondays. There wlU be 
collection on Monday, the 
Dec. 26 and Jan. 2, how- 
ever. 



The AlodKdic Beverage 
Control stores will close at 
6 p.m. S^urday, Dec. 24, 
and Saturday, D«hc. 31. The 
stores will be cksed all day 
« Dec. 26 and Jan. 2. 



causes 



^ PAU VANDEVEER 
SON ^aif Writer 



Hie AiMricu Afrteniteral iMvement's wtioB<Mde 

fai«en' itrito ^i^Mf wont haw mwh ^twA el- 

foct m TlifiUa Bmui^. Ma»rttng to toeal lirmen. 

«y A AB mrnulm «tth MPeral m thrmers te ttts 

arw nmUk tt^ n^M ^Otade toward tte strtt». 

W, Mum mmt, prMitaA of the l^gtela Beach 
RMi^^nM. nU he Imv of bo tot^ lirmen par- 
«^prih« hi tee alrito. "M ^re Mette to be an in- 
rreilert mm Mrt U fu« pfOdact prieai. 

"fm Ma t&mt tea been pnt down i»mm it 
wo^ Miport m mm," he saU. "M it could 
teee a ttiu^ law^t If It dM 



"1^ mmm ve m^ m M 
1 ttdA tet's a Utile Ut o^ otUm 



ateM^ #9aiding tte i»1ce of wImM. teai 
tr^ wwhUt boy. 



coun- 



"We Med to get the fovnumat to ^^Mri fUr 
piAou," he added, "tt^ t Mtt most Unms would 
^«e ttU too iwrMOt pirity wooU be a Uttlebit 
tooU^." 

Norris airi^ et Cou-teonse FovU, who farms 
a 1a«^ apetnt ef laad hi Vti^ria Beadi, aaid, "May- 
be tte strike is good U ttU tt «Wit MMMim to our 
^oi^BS, birt at thte podU. It's not ay way c( doing 
thU«s." 

Is tt» MmtT't fU^ MrfoM? ft MTteiUy is, 
area termers i^rec. 
M^s ^ eanft»«ft and ^«Bl@ds have Ucyrock- 






A new tn^ir tert cost |1«,M0 -111,000 to 
1I7S MM mjm toiv. at^ iMtai m ^mand 
ImviBt dNlMd, UfW^^ pBJU oirt, Hd'tiwy 



cant fatt nmrfc qp prices as is done in r^ail. 

"I thiUt tte strito iro^ be a good tUng if all farm- 
en wmdd do it," wid Dob K>ratiy. wbo vms select- 
ed OBtstiKHng Yonng Parmer of Vlrginte Beadi bj 
tht Virgtete B^ch Jayeee's. 



'The landlord expects to get his rent 
money. If you cMn't plant Spring crops 
how would you come up with the 
$25,000 to $40,000 needed for rent?' 



"tf I thOigU it wonU he 01 any benett I worid do 

tt,"hei 



"I persoully refrain from strikii% because I rent 
a tot of lead." said Cilbert "The landlord ei^ecta 
to g^ his rent mcmey. If you didn't platt s|Ming 
crofe how would yon come 19 witt the |S,000 to 
|«,000 Meted for rent?" 

Gilbert said teat the strike prdably wouldn't have 
too much efiect 00 ttis area tor the consumer. 

"I haiw alraacfy soM my craps tor teis yrarsol 
wmU teve ndUag to htdd bMd[."4m itfded. 

Rorstty agreed that the ^ry» wn't teve mwA 
imn«iUaM^^^ locally slnee tete te nalaly a grate 
^otedagarea. 

'?Ken'» not that wKii I »ri« xtrtte irttt bedMse 
Vim alre^ Mid my erqis for fids year," he nU. 

vrm deite^ hi tuw <tf tte r^venmert ^^ 
aammm tk Ii4p the termen," aUd <aibwt, "hM 
I deat tamriAod^ tte steto." 

"ft's Bot my way ^ «oMi Mhp i^ht mw." mUA 

m^i^, "m mm ^» ftam. tm ^ teMti 

Mtt and see i^lBte for BM." 



tmttmmM 



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tound the Christmas spirit? 



WOMWO SEBROWSKI, TUdoo Plice 
*aurlitau lit* iB the heart of man. i umuu it in npwU..,. 
and ia ttie aplrlt of JesM Christ. Even ttaoui^ It's acK HU 
UrMktrH it's a good time to remember (Htta). I iMiad }t 
li one store.. .it's still around." 



Ik-. 




M^OELtOWSV. mt BMW: 

'ik, wk 4n0i9: It fiftriM^ wasn't ia te departaeot 

k^^lai fte«^itfy ind «lft Mtait to irwi hone, 

lm4:>^tl^tlm»P^»'t* savpoM to be at hone." 



oyn MCGSATH, Mortt Gate Drive: 

"it's tard to BaiM. There's too maiqr tUog s coIbk on at 

Christnks...too maajr activittes...too many parttes." 



ROBERT L. PARSm, Parry Drive: '< 
"Christmas is om of te Ugfest imitiien boUda3Ps...it's 
not evea taught la the Bttle- It's Just itet Scrooge said, 
'bah, bnmbfig'. It's a bvad, a iklce. lire's aot ma^ love 
In Cbristaias aad saost <rf oifaaised Christiuity. I do be- 
Uevt ia tnw Cferistiaaity.'' 



MRS. RITTEIfHOUSE, Mossey Oalc Coart: , 

"I tomd it qaite a bit in onr ehar^...my hasbaad is the' 
pastor of Flint Baptist Chor^ oi Virginia BMch. Piziag.' 
baskets for the Mody and hej)>ing others is where the spirit^: 
eomeiB." 




ft: 



Mdmr JkfQBl. Afagoaa Villata, 
ra^. leaa't real^ get la Ike spirit. I hope I do 
I'wi^i wvw-year-^." 



MOmaer EVm. MaUba: pram ROHtHBORG, Moaay Oaim Cawt: TSSOKM POT» (M Port e Coart: 

-Hot rea^. Poeple hava got to get bade into it Christmas " <>'▼• ini>d tt) half and haK. It's boMme too naeh at a Most eajoy^to pari U prapartag tor my daogbter, 

is inportaat ia oar hoasa." hassle. Yoa io it beeaase yoa teve to, aot beeaase yon be taa next moath." 

mat to." 



Photos by Joan Coatee 



Gussy up the old hussy 



t m^^t^4^g0mjm 0taiiif Qi m sea^de halritat 

^Sik tttttf:'al^e|M8ia^@M ^fo^ ts to for a new tiome. 

' |la «i|fieii^£iear:«ii^iMi aew locatioB woi rnytn, 

^jmf^W^iifBiimakmptt»At nsOc sea 



8 







^ae mi0i tot«e nig«rte# tM« ^» <dd havn a preper 
taM^«t iM| BM ^ «WM wrMMtt am^ Vtof^ Baai^ 



Financial 8ur¥ay awallab^ 



The gty of VirgiBia Beach 
eitrrentiy has availaMator 

'•ettaiaUiaeikpof 

., as ^iedei«rGe«- 

evemia flMttoR tad 



Aatf-RMesstoa Fl^ As- 

s^pMteg «Ett In- tte tts- 
m ynr My 1, im to^aae 
». Mm. 
C^i^ tf tte r^Mt are 



Better to gassy op the oM bossy, patat tts bM, and once 
man main it a re)9e<^able member (rf bead ardttectare. 



City eoaactt seeau to wairt to M the Mktoy Inn npaod 
tts mofel aad/M- parking liA m«T to the Coast Gaard sta- 
ttoa's Me, so perhaps Mviag tte treasore, aayatare at the 
boMi. is a fMt to itaalf . 

i^r all toe Mckeriag over deeds aad iNses, it's a woa- 
<!«■ tlmt tte case is betog settM at aU. 

Raorar has it that the biOMing may be moved to 21st 
S^et and tmraed into 4 Bason. 

Pii^ ^ec9i tor tta ansMni sUald be...we]l, (bat's the 
aed adveotee. 



avBilaUe In tM Ftunce De- 
pariah, AdmimstratliM 
A^d^, Room ^, Prin- 
emm Aaae Ma^^ Cm- 
1^ inm tft.m. to i p.m. 
Itoatey ttevagh FrMay. 



Office 
closed 



HH Trwsarer s (^ce 
«U1 bt otaMdflBfiK. U. 
It HHl M tor the Md ol 



l^plial mxtmnda wislting Iwma 



tto jwar Mfit, 

tn G«8^ L. IttlMry has 



Mi 11 a.ai. to t^p.m.; 

i nt itf oaa 
^ Mict. 



Far iM^rmty pttMtsMd 
thoaa patieato ia tte Mm^ 
give Care- aad Coraaary Can 
VMI, tte ^^Mad vtsit- 
h^ ^aaaitfM itt laaMli* 



Oa ttOM days ao fees m- 
Mtts irtU be 4ivi^M bat 
acco a ato oa iMdi payme^ 

aot beM^Mn-adtfeltot^. 
na ^M» wtt be #M OB 
Daa. IT. 



/f sounds 
Christinas 



Wtere is the Christmas qririt? 
fbe ^res are Jammed. People are pnshioc and shovi^. 
Ltow are toag aad tempen are ^ri. 

^ttwtbatfln^." 

"CaA » charge, sir?" 

"Tbat's a nle item, miss, and nn't be retanwd." 

"Hay. get in the back of the Use." 

'iimi* bens. ..tiBKle brils. * 









1 mrt Chitrtmas ms over!" 

Vje wBt io aaA to do, I'm gi^ era^." 

<^, my. I've gd 9S lirfl aad ds more presento to bif ." 

"■ns M SMSO^to^be fclly fctotohitototototo » 

|tov do ^^ Ml ot tert? Viifta^MiA tthM. la barely 

i^ii. tedepartewre Bl^. is at a Mud iim. AM Wtteh- 

i^ H^ is £boiM. " 

"Mama, I wut a 'te^-(^MM ^«k', a B^te B«^ 
Paloar, a Doanysad MariaM^M^hArmMv^aMs^to, 
A Farrab Faw^M Ifa^ws Mi, a 4^^nN,aaMrdi«M 

aad boots, a smmb's ^ss to tei^ (krd«M, aAttwa 

Ci«Ki'ii *sfeh ud..." 

i mif fa m s^ mMI after ^to^y*...* 
"Bieep in hea vatiy fHMi.. ." 

t toaB nl to«a apM t^^ " 



Tell it to the SUN 

l^'t jwt sit ttere and tUnk about it. Tell It to the SUN. 
MMrtor is «a yiMr nlod. stere it witt'tt« rest ^Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

You'd be surprised at what energy one l^ef can gen- 
erate. 

Send jmr IMers to the Virginia Bwch SUN, lU Rmo, 
m(»t Road, Viifinia B^eh, Va. 234S2. * 



wim/iin 



lAimiYnLY 

preiiaiai 



MARMATn 



BRnTA.INWU 



AdMr^tog Itaaicar 






^ALtMMI 

Cii^MaMi^i^ 



^ry Ve«NMtey ^ Bjmifr p^UoittMs wtOi 
r leeaMd at IMMMraitRd., Vtri^ia^a^ 
Va. tS4S«. Saeoad class pastue paid at Lyaahavn Ut- 
Uea ia Virglala Beaeh. Sl-week aribaariptlaa by ^: |T. 



m^M^jfmj^mw^mi^^r* 



'm^mm 



m-9i P |J- » 



'm^m^^mmi 



Madblood..... 



VlnUBla. Beach Sua, December 21, mi A - $ 



of a 40 ta»r work week. ' 

fhurffji, evwiBgs to tn Hwr md a tail's tiae 'w« 

HtireUs^ ''''*" "^^^ **'- ""^^'^y MwmiT," 

»u IV**!^ ^''^ '^*"« ^ qjontaoeity is very ImporttBt-r 
that twllt^ of airing live. " ' •" 

Apart from being Dr. MaAlood. Harwii *f^ia$ a lot 

local etapler of the btentflottal Brotherhood of llagic- 
law and has bem iiiv<rt»ed la nagie tor to pest Iftyetrs 

Bttt he rarely Bsea magic on "Dr. MadUood" riacehe 
feels it doesat fit in with the show's themeT 

Instead he dons his sprayed white afiw wig, paocake 
»Mw«ip, wUte lab cMt and a different T-sMrt etery 
WW. He whites «it Us Woiriish-red b«ird aadbi^laf 
staoking Ms sicril shaped pipe. ^^ 

A sUght dHMge in bis v^a, *and suddenly Jenr ttu-- 
rell Is traasfttftted into Dr. Madblood. Now that's nai- 
icraoogb. ^ 



Bluelaw., 



(ctntiaMdftotti A-l) 1 

CouiicUBien Flo^ Eh Watotield Jr. saM that Oie 
Princess Ana« 1>la» llerctaats AssociattM wurts to 
leave tl» law the way if is. He saM l^t ^staraetors 
are agabist it because th^ want to work wSwkiys. 
Vice Mayor Patrick L. Kai^Ung poiated out that 1^- 
islators last week held Uttte hope that the General Ass- 
embly would daage the law. 

CooncUman J. Curtis Payne said the blue law might 
hurt the tourist and conveatiogr trade, while Coiueilmaa 
j0hB B. Grifttn said it was "Hnfortunate the way the thtngs 
a|fe written. " 

' CouBcilman J(4ui A. Baum said "the law is so com- 
plicated that the public doesn't Imow what's legal." 
.%iggs said that he was aoi hung vp on that the date 
ap that his might be left to the peq>le who lurware 
thepetttton. 

Cboneilman George R. Ferrell said that he wanted to 
know the date before he v(ded on anything. 

Riggs said tiuit he didn't mutt to "put you <a the spot," 
and withdrew his motion for nq^iort. 

No action was taken. 




Christmas at Holland 



HoUand Elemratary's Christmas tree gets decorated by, 
l-r, Rlekl Collins, Marsha (»>erUcs, Sandy Bristow and 
JbUas Litiiid, all in sixth grade. 



^ 



^i^^^^^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^f^^^^^^^^mmmmiismmms^^ Beach 

realtors 
at U. Va. 



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No tax cut 






for chUrch home 



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By LEE CAHILL 
SUN PobUc Affairs Writer 

Virginia Beach city Coimcilmen are opppsed to endor- 
siBf..a pn^rty tax exemption ba-^^^ta^rvpoiaoni 
■the;(fldeny.;://", '-■■.^I^^wl' '"' 

nest for tbe Mitorsemeik Wuti «iempt status 
let Westministor-Cantertwry of Hampton Roads was made 
in a letter to eouncilmen Iqr flie Rev. Dr. Daitel D. Dick- 
enson, spokesman fin- the Presbyterlaa-Episcqial church 
groqp. 

Vice Mayor Patrick t. Standing, remarking on the let- 
ter, ^d that while the home would be for the elderly, 
it was not tor the oDderinivileged. 

He said he was opposed to a tax exemption, saying 
that the burden will be (flaced on other people lii live 
in the city. 

The home b^ng consfracted on a 15-acre site on Shore 
Drive, wHl be a l$>story stnictare witt 3M naits. The 
Planning Commission and Cooacil earlier this year q>- 
proved a dmage in helj^ restrictioDS irtiich would per- 
mit a lia-foot ^ructo» on tte site; and later granted a 
cwiditfcipal use pewit tor the constmctitm. 

SSaadtag said ttuit General JUssembly cMegate Bernard 
Barrow said tint if Cowicil adopted a resoluticm totan- 
ing a aoa-proflt or tax ex«npt status for tiiehoee^ Bar- 
row wndd prttsot tte insolation and re(|nest to ttie 
State Legislatmre. S» indicated ttat this did wA mean 
thathe was npportlng the request. 

Dr. DidensoB saU later that his organizatitm would 
nonnally be considered tax «tempt under ttie Virgiaia 
Cote birt tlat the le^slature ommittee iriiich deals with 
sitth matters has re^iiredv^idorsemeit of the localities. 
He nid he did not know what recourse his corporation 
corporation sponsored by the two denomiuitions, oper- 
ate t home in Richffl<nd whidi is tax exemi^ 



Compilmaa Joha R. Griffin noted ttiat s<mie church 
m^attoos ime a n(»-iat>fit status as a wedge to go 



into competition against private enterprise. He said 
he approved tax exemiAions for the church property which 
serves as a ministry only. He said later he did not want 
to cite any loj^ groups, but gave as aa example the Riv- 
erside B^ttafr^f|f||i-di in ifev Yoric which owas six Uocks 
of real estafo^-^ tax ^U^:r ^ 

Cooacilmea Joim A. Baum and Robert R. Cromwell 
said they felt the same way. Cromwell added that if 
any delete caa be persuaded to present the church's 
petitioa to the Legislature, "we should pass a resolu- 
tiOB oppdsiag it." 



Ray Estes, C.R.B., presi- 
dent of Estes Realty Corp. ia 
Virginia Beach aad a mem- 
ber of the Educatioa Coor- 
dinating Committee of the 
Virginia Real Estete Com- 
mission atteaded the Vir - 
giaia Institute conducted by 
the Department of Profes- 
sional and Occupatioaal Re- 
gulation last week in Rich- 
mond. , »A'^ 

the primarr'duariilraf the' 
Institute was to examiae and 
discuss the state's role ia 
establishing requiremeats 
for registration, liceocing, 
education, aad iaspectioo of 
licensees. 



"SERVING TDEWATER SINCE IN?", 




Singing out with 

greetings for all of 

our fine patrons. Have 

I f^ K a happy OiristmsM. 
^^^^ ■^■V psnmKiACOpnRG 

CODIGSprinters 

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LET PRICE'S AN0 
AMANA LIGHT UP 
YOUR CHRISTMAS 



■ COOklfKl pOl'.CI 

^verylhituj 
icrfect in 1 '4th 



SAVE TIME AND MONEY 
WITH 





"ir~Our very b^ vd^E« for a wann, 
happy holiday seaa)p. , 



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Control System 
lan d CookmatJQ Power Sh ift' 

MERSr GHRISTMAS 

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19^MontlctlloAv#. PemM^Mitf 

7020 NMHary H^Miray 358 W»iu «trtli ftoad 

llAttary C^cla IMI 603 F^^^ Ports. 

F^t C^DiiM IH»ad at Hilltop WMt 



Apiioiiitiiitnts made to Beach boards 



Tweaty-three jtmlt - and 
iMPolatnmlf to boirds and 
eommlMtfoos were made bjr 
Virgiaia Beach dtj eoiacil 
lloodajr afttraooB. 

Sam KMstoa was wmed 
ii^>rponlle of tt* Com- 
iaani^ Oentapn^ Cor- 
poratioo, a aiMr bbdjr tonaed 

ia COBjUBCUOB WithCMBBIUI- 

it; I^elopmeit activities. 

Otiwr appoiatmeats were 
as tollQfWK 

Mental Health and Mental 
Retardation Services Bctard- 
Mrs. Rajrmood Breedoi, Jr. 
and Alan B. Climess, re- 
anwiBtmMfts. 

Plaaaiag C(Hnmissi(» -- 
James Sacide (aew tippfMi- 
mmA), Everett Iiby, James 
L. Mdbnni Jr. aad Charles 
Purrlagtoo (re^yoiidmenfs) 

School Board-Norrls W. 
Shirley, RiAert Callis and 
Dr. OuBcaa Wallace (aew ap- 
poiatmeats). 

Tidewater Cmamuaity 
College Board of Trustees- 



Wiliqr Preach. 

PmdMon Project Advi- 
aory Committee-Mra. Jam^ 
E. Jitesoo Jr. aad William 
D. Bridges, coonttaator (re- 
qjpoiatmeflts}. 

LUmry Board>- 

Virgiiria Beach Conrt Ad- 
visory Conncll-DavidBtiote, 



Joba L. Perry, Mrs. Ridi- 
ard F. Broudy, tkinU C. Fnl- 
Iw, Mrs. Joyce McKeever 
aad Douglas BUakMsMp (aU 
ru.wMUMm). 

Board olJlumlrfBg Exam- 
iaers-J. Calvia Lilley, Guy 
G. Narter, E. Douki Wyme 
aa Dw^ p. Jones. 



In Windsor Woods.. 
Plazo...6r0en Run 

THE CATHOLIC PARISH 
OF THE HOLY SPIRIT 



Masses: 

7 p.in. Sat., 9:30 A 11 am. Sun. 
T«l«plioii« 340-7122 




mMiTB 



OXiX**, 



ff rapped in swaddlii^ clothes and lying in a manger, 
the Christ Child came into th^ world to 
l«ui the way to peace, love and happiness. 



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W. L. "BILLY" RHODES 
Plumbing and Heating Contractor 

1231 Laurel Aveaue - Chesapeake 
4M-71M 424-S729 



8U4 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Fundhire-BeddiBg-Carpetiag 



Bayslda Motors 

4747Sh(ffeOr. 444-4S4S 
Charies C. Hale. Sr. * Staff 



jtiayii|» Furniture Cpmpany Rosewood Memortal Park 

631 Witch Dnek Rd. 497-S925 
C. C. Hitpntrick 

Willis Furniture at Hilltop 

1712 LasUa Rd. 423-5951 
L. H. Bums k Staff 

Price's Incorporated 

fr 4580 PembrcAe Mall 322-3706 

KempSVllle Pharmacy Braad name Appilaaces-TV-Stereo 

SSirt'i?."cryi.^yaa"leavir"" Home Federal Savlnfls 

A Loan Assoc. 

1635 Laskia Rd. 426-0327 
Charch Accouats Welcome 

Smith Sales & Service 



LIndsey Bros. Inc. 

HumUag-Heatlag-Fuel Oil Del. 
865 Newtown Rd. 497-4688 



^^ ,. . ^ <•« BatUefield Blvd. N. 

Charlie s Seafood Restaurant ^**<x>^ ^^t» ^ Employees 

547-2929 

3189Sh<veOr. 491-9863 
Mary E. Rehpels k Employees 



Kellam and Eaton ln% 4 / 
BIdg. Supplies " ^ 

Princess Ame Statton 427-3200 
Frank A David Kellam 

Andy's Plumbing A Heating 

1008CaBalDr. 485-5000 
State-Registered-New A Old Work 

Kellam-Eaton Insurance Co. 

3111 Padfic Ave. 488-9yyi, 

fs.TIOd • 

Furniture Showrooms 

828 E. UtUe Creek Rd. 
2981 S. Military Highway 
Sandy Bolin A Enqdoyeea , _ ..,, . _ 

a. D. Miles A Sons, Inc. 
Chesapeake Savings A Loan '• ^ ■"*•"• ^' "^ Aasocutes 



Mill-End Carpet Shop 

4740 Va. Beach Blvd. 497-4854 
Taylo- B. Carr A Emidoyees 

Preston's Pharmacy 

1401 PoiBdexter St. 545-7337 
Jamea L. Marshall and Employees 

Todd Electric Company 

Heary A Moses Todd A Staff 

Higglns Realty, Inc. 

66M Indian River Rd. 420-3120 
Cedl M. &u-ri8on A Associates 



Frank N. Wood aad Assectetes 

Engineering Media Inc. 

, 606 R. Ubtrty Street 
CfearUe Hnckworth A Staff 

Brentwood Restaurant 
A Lounge 

1312 Gee, Wasfei^toa Highway 
Cheaapaiie, Va. 487-mIi 
Tea A Ltate Sapler A Co. 

Overton's Market 

1419 Poiadnster St. 84S-M98 
TM Ovwtons A E^^«qpeM 



Townsend Fuel, Inc. 

Jamas Van Dyke aad En^loyees 

Southern States 
Chesapeirice Assn., Inc. 

1114 S. MUltary H^hway 

L. BalBont WiUlaiti) A PersomMl 

480-1141 

Plasser American 
Corporatton 

Maaateaart and Peneaael 



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rr> Christmas to our Virginia Beacti 
military at iiome and abroad 





Marine Prii«te First pst John R. Kampe. son erf 

yutum B«ch, lias competed wcrult trtlalM at tte 
Marine eon» Recruit Di^jrt, Hni» Island, S.a 

A 1W7 ladyate rt Priieesa Ana* High Sc^l. te 
Joioed tfc* Marine Coitb in llar(4 1171. 




C«st Owrd CUif Warrant C^icer Jim Cropper, sen 
of Mr. ai« Mrs. Jack Crc|>per of Kendal Circle, Viifia- 
ia BMCh, is cnrreatly m an Alaska^ fUlieries patrol ia 
tl>e Hortli I^clflc Ocean. 

He is sentiiig as the finance and simay officer olttie 
CMst GMird cutter Morgenthan, tomcported in San Fran- 
cisco. 

Re jdiaeii the Coast Guard in April 1966. 



Swann 



Havy Fireman Jeffrey A. Swann, son of Mrs. Virginia 
F. SMnn ^ Westmud Onsle, Virginia Beach, has com- 
pleted recruit traiidng at the Navd Tfainli« Crater, 
San Diego. 

He joined the Navy in September 1977. 



Waff 



Marine Mastio- Sergeant Henry 8. Waff, son of Lil- 
lian H. Waff of Kempsville Road, Viiiiaia Beach, has 
re|»rted fof duty vith Fleet Marine Fwce, Atlantte, 
Norfolk, Va. 

He'Joined the Marine Corps in April 1957. 



McElroy 



Navy (^rations Specialist Seaman Grflp>ry T. Mc- 
Elroy, son of Elizabeth A. McElroy of Pionttac Road; 
whose wife Susan is the daughter of Mr. aid Mrs. Ken- 
neth Gustafson of Healey Landing, all d Virginia Beach, 
recently viimed Athens, Greece. 

He is serving as a crewmember aboard tbe frigate 
U^ Thomas C. Hart, hom^)ort«l in Norfolk. His sMp 
currently is (derating as a untt of the U. 8. SSxOi Fleet 
in tbK*f|editernuiean Sefi. f.^', >■ , ' 

HkHoined the Nai^ in December 1976. 



Uhl 



Coast Guard Fireman Af^rentice David B. Uhl, son 
•of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Uhl of Qenenil (kge Court 
Virginia Beach, vns p-aduated fKmi Machinery Tech- 
nician School.. 

A 1976 paduate of Princess \^me High School, he 
Joined the Coast Guard in May 1976. 



Hicks 



Marine Private First Class Clevon E. Hicks, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Clevon E. Ricks Sr. of Delk Cmirt, Vir- 
ginia Beach, has be«i meritoriously promiated to his 
pres^ raidi: vpofi graduatim from recruit training at 
the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, I^rris Island, S.C. 

A 1977 graduate of ^side Hi|H> School, he joined 
the Marine Corps in August 1977. 



Knight 



Marine ConxMvl Willis Knight Jr., son of Mr. and 
Mrs. WUUs Knight Sr. of Holland Road, Virginia Beach, 
has been promoted to his present rank while serving with 
ti» Slid Marine Division, Camp Lejeune, N.C. 

A 1971 gnuhiate of Kemi»viUe High School, he joined 
tte Marine Corps in June 1979. 



WHHams 



AiriMn Dwight A. WtUlanu, son of retired US Armv 
Serg«wt Fiwt Class Leon A. Williams of%^ gJS 
tteTf*fl »^ J«*.ted at Lowry AFB.^.^S 
the .U.S. Air Force tectaical training course for mS- 
Uooa raaintesance spedaUirts. 

The airman, a 1976 graduate (tf Western Branch High 

^ M. WlUiams, resides at Tower Drive, VlrgHUa 



Herron 



Airaian Jota M. Herron, s<» of retired V.S. Air Fwt» 
Ma^ and Mrs. John R. Herron <^ Bower ttrert, Hot 
^iats, Art., tea competed Air Form bt^ b^iiiUag 
at Lttd^tf AFB.Tu. 

Airman Herrw wiU mw receive i^ecialiaed mMm 
in the avidiics maintenaMe fieM A Lovry AFB.,C<^. 
•^ «irmtt is a 197S giMwte ri Bil»l 0i^Mi,)B^ 
SdA. ma wife, Dcmn. is the daughter (rf Mr. ud 
Mrs/Bobert ^m^ (tf Eloa Drive, Vl^tate Beach. 



Blakesfee 



iUrman *«ei B. MAMm, m <rf |J.llavy (^ 
r^mm and Mrs. Idwai* R.^^^^itot <* Ma 

AFB. cm a^r coapiata i t Air FwMHM^^MuHg, 

SdlDri. 



Thrash 



Hiider 



Towns 



Ma^ne Seif eant James C Thrash, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Cari Thwsh or Five Polat Road, Virginia Beach, rt* 
certly |»rtlclt>ated in (^ration "Red Flag" at Nellia 
Air Force Base, Nev. 

He is serving as a member erf Ibrine Attack Sqi^droB 
5U, based at tl^. IteriM Coi*s Att- Station, Yuma, At. 

He }(^ed the Mltt-lneX3<tfi» in March 1975. 



Frederick A. ttiUef Jr.,s«iar|tr andtMrs. Frederick 
A. Hil<ter of FriaifiU Drive, Vittinia B^ch, is currently 
amending the U.S. Nat^ AaadMy, AB«««lis, Md. 

Re is a 1974 gradiuttid/ Ba]ildfe R^ School. 



Nivy D«italman Unda L,V. Towne, daughter irf Mr. and 
Mrs. Irving L. Tomw Sr. of Oraogewood IMve, Virgil 
iea^h, has reported for duty at the Naval R^ional Dealal 
Cet^f in Noriolk. 



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Shelton 



Davis 



Now sfrytog at Elmeictorf AFB, Alaska, with an Alaskan 
Mr comoMiid unit is Air Force Airman First Class Roblft 
L. Davis, dai^hter of 'retired U.S. Navy Master Ch£if 
Petty C^cer and Mrs. Joe D. Harris of Gladiola Cres- 
cent, l^iginia BMch. 

Ainaun Davis, a d«itat specialist, was previously as- 
sigi^ at Boiling AFB, Washii«ton. D.C. 

The airman is a 1974 graduate of Floyd E. Kellam High 
Sdiool. 




Bacs 



U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel J(dm pacs, son 
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Bacs of Carolanne Drive, Virginia 
BMich, tea arrived at McCcMmeU AFB, Kansas, for <kily 
as commai^r of the 38lst Miasile Maintenance Squadron. 

The Cobmel, a 1956 gruluate of Princess Anne High 
Schot^ receitwd his B.M.E. degree in 1961 from the Unlver^ 
sUy (^ Virginia and was commissioned tiirough the Re- 
serve Officer Training Corps. He received his M.S.E. de^ 
gree iaf 1969 from Arizona State University. 



Johnson 



Navy Data Processing Technician Third Class Robert 
L. Johnson, whose wife Jeanie is the daughter of Mr. aiKl 
Mra. Fidel 'Baca of Wi^ Duek Key, Virginia Beach, was 
gr«iuate0 trap Data Processing (DP) School. 

He joined tjte Navy in June 1976. 



Marine Private Ftttt13;»s CQttrt E. Barber, son of 
Mary Barber d CafUi ^ve/VU«ittia Beach, has retort- 
ed for 44f witl| the 3D Mariib^ IMvision, on (Mcinawa. 

He joined the Martaie CoriM in Fehnnry 1977. 



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Marine Private Firet Class Edward B. Hillegass, son 
^jMr. and Mrs. Michael G. Hillegass of Larkspur Court, 
Virginia Beach, has reported for doty with the Second Marine 
division, Marine Corps Kuse, Ckmp Lejeune, N. C. 

A 1975 graduate of Kempavilje High School, he joined 
the Marine Corps in January 1977. 



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Navy Hull Maintenance Tdchhlcian Second Class Michael 
J. Scott, son of Mr. and Ut$. Martin S. Scott of Liberty 
Bell Court, and whose wife titada is the daughter of Mr." 
and Mrs. David Withrow of Pfa>«y Point Road, all of Vir- 
gil Beach, recently |»rticipated in the annual Navy Day 
Boat Race in Pearl Harbor;: &rail. 

Re is serving as a memb^ of Explosive Ordnance Dis- 
posal Mobile Unit One, based at ^rt>ers Point, Hawaii. 
Bis team took first place bonore in paddling their ten^ 
foot inflatable boat over the 300 yard course. i 

A 1974 graduate of Princess Anne High School, he 
joined the Navy in September 1874. 




Airman Ronald W. Shelton, son of retired J. S. Navy 
Master Chief Petty Officer awl Mrs. Clifford N. aelton 
of Silina Drive, Virginia Beach, has been assigned to 
K#esler AFB, Miss., after completing Air Force Basic 
training. 

The airman is a 1977 graduate of Kellara High School. 
His wife, Nancy, is, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Al- 
vey of Windsor Gate Place, Virginia Beach. 



Hu^dieston 

Airman William S. Huddleston. son of Mr. and Mrs. 
G. E. Huddleston of Independence Blvd., Virginia Beach, 
has been selected for technical training at Sheppard AFB, 
Tex., in the Air Force aircraft maintenance field. 

Airman Huddleston is a 1977 graduate of Princess Anne 
High School. 



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Hope 



Selecte<j| for instruction in the communications elect- 
ronics field at Keesler AFB, Tex., is Airman Joseph 
A. Hope,* son of Mrs. Audrey P. Horner of King Henry 
Court, Vii^inia Beach. 

Airman iHope is a 1975 graduate of Kellam High School. 



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Marine Stpff Sergeant ^W<||iBi:L- 
and Mn. Albert P. GmMy^-'0J^' 
Virginia Beach, has rq>or^%1ir du^ i^j^'^Marine 
Aircraft ^Niat, Marine Corps Air Station, Futennaa, on 
(Xdnawa. 

A jiSTO graduate of Kempsville High School, he joined 
the Marine Corps in September 1970. 



The U. $. Air Force has proinoted Scott C, Slye, son 
$:Ur. and Mrs. Kenaeth'4a. Siye^ Alley Lane, Virginia 
Seach, to the ratdi of airman first class. 

Airman Slye is serving at La^ley AFB, as a pn^ram- 

•I T%s#wjian„^a-l??4,gradttate, of F^,,5;;5^iiiL Hjgj^, 
^'School, attended Tidewa^r Community Coll%e at Vir- 
^inia Beach. 



Airman Henry A. Dorsey, son of retired Air Force 
Master Sergeant and Mrs. Charles W. Dorsey of Forest 
Glen Drive, Virginia Beach, has graduated at Lackland 
AFB, Tex., from Air Force basic training. 

Airman Dorsey is a 1977 graduate of Kellam High 
School. 



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. Navy Aviaticm Maintraance Adminstrationman Airman 
James A. Brown, atm^of Jdm A. Brown of Virginia Bei^h, 
has completed the Aviation Main^nance Administrafion 
Conrse. 

iRe joined tte Navy in July 1976. ^ '* 



The U. S. Air Force has promoted Carolyn A. Patton, 
daughter of Mrs. David R. LiUard ot Cardiff Road, Vir- 
ginia Beach, to the rank of airman first class. 

Airman Patton is serving at Bentwaters RAF Station, 
EngUmd, as an aircraft maintenance specialist. 

Ttw airman is a 1976 graduate of Princess Anne High 
SchooU 



Airman Vincent K. Ganley, whose parents are Mr. and 
Mrs. James J. jGanley of Hi|nting 691 i Lane, Virginia 
Beach, has been selected for technical training at Lowry 
AFB, Colo., in the Air Force avionics systems field. 

Airman Canley is a 1976 graduate of Bayside High School. 



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Lane 



Navy Fire Control Technician Second Class George W- 
Lane, son (tf J. F. Lane of Downs Lane, Virginia Beach, 
recently partieipated in aerdse "Unitas XVRI" in ttie 
Southeni Hetnisidiere. 

Re is servinc as a crewmember aboard the guided 
mlisile destroyer U8S Mahan, homeported in Charles- 
ton, S.C. 

A If^ fnt<lute of Indian River High School, Chesa- 
peake, Lane Mned the Nan in Awrust 1970. 



Maty Seaihafi Recruit Francis G. Barr^, soa of Ge<^- 
frefvR. Barrett of Spencer Road and Kathleen F. Barrett 
of Loyalist Court, both of Virginia Beach, has completed 
recruit training at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, , 

ni. 
He joined the Navy in August 1977. 



Navy Dentalmari Diane E. Clark, daughter of R<^rt P. 
Clark of Hilber St., Virginia Beach, has been selected as 
the dental technician of the quarter for Branch Dental 
Clinic, Marine Corps Base, Twentynine Palms, Calif. 

She joined the Navy in April 1975. 



Paust 




San Juan 



Airmaa Manuel D. San Juan, scm of Mrs. Ana D. &ui 
Juan of Valley Fori^ Lane, Virgkia Beach, has been 
selected' A>^ technical training at Siajward' AFB, Tex., 
in the Air Force medical service field, 

AirflMa &n Joan is a 1977 graduate of Prices Anne 
Ri^ School. 



Navy Mess Management Specialist Seaman John F. Bruy- 
neel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis K. Bruyneel of Seeman 
Rom, Virginia Beach, has reported for duty with AtUck 
Sqiiilron 22, Naval Air Statk», Lettoore, Calif. 
„ m joined the Navy in D«c«nber 1975. 



Navy Lieutenant Commander John M. Paust, whose wife 
,GAyle is the daughter of Mr. anl Mrs. William R, McKnight 
Of Bruton Lane, Virginia Beach, has reported for duty 
as a member of Commander Carrier Group Six, Mayport 
Fla. 

^ 1964 graduate of Southern Illinois University, Carbon- 
dale, with a bachelor of science degree, he joined the 
Nayy in June 1964. 



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Jones 



The too (rf a VUifinla Bwsh resMent has beoi select- 
ed to receii% ^acialixed training after cmnideting basic 
tralAiiV at Utddand AFB, Tex. 

AlmiB David W. Jones miasitm, organizatioit and cus- 
tMii aiKl rectfved sfiKial Instraction in human relations. 

The alrinan bow goes to Change AFB, ni. to attend 
the Air Tralriai OunaMnd's fuel spMiaUst Mun». 

Tiw airinu is a tVff graduate of First Col(Mal High 
Schoid. 



..^^ Yeoman Second Class Roger C. Fernandez, son 
of Trinidad C. Fertandez (tf B*yii Road, Virginia Beach, 
has n^tned from an extended d^oyment in the Mediter- 
rattiNttSea. 

Re %i titrrim ^ > crewmen^r aboard tte aircraft 
<^rier U8S Independ«Ke, homeported in Noriolk. While 
d^jM, his ship operated as a imlt of the U.S. Sixth 
Fli^. 

He ^ined the Navy In^ A^ l9tt.. 



BafHHlr <|i6chaician Second Class Barry D. Upson, 
whole wife Kathy is the daughter of Mr. aiKl Mrs. Chester 
W. jRidings of Hospital Drive, Virginia Beach, has re- 
ported for duty at the Naval Aviation Schools CommaiMl, 
Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla. 
He joined the Navy in April 1972. 



Chapman 



Will 




Jo^haa E. Will, aos (tf Mr< and Mrs. (Mo W. WiU m 
<4 l^lit Cnot, Vit|^ A[mUA» is currMrtly attending ttie 
UJ. Nv«I Aodeny, Annaptdis, Md. 



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Navy Storekeeper Second Claas Joto P. Kubricky, whose 
wiliii Barbara la tte daai^«r .(rf HAzle McbiNwy of (kJi 
fiUfA Cowt, VUitiiia INw^ IW retitfned from an ex- 
tMM deploymtot In Oe M«MllA^n ^. 

He is servile as a crttnuUber ^oard the aircraft 
arri*r ins ladeiwndettj^, htn^mrt^ in Noricdk. WhUe 
|qt)0y«d, his j£b *t«kW as a unit of the tl.S. SIxdi 
^leet. 
, Rajoined the Navy IB Fe^iriiry 1975. 



Eric K. Chapman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kendall J. Chap- 
man of Ewell Road, Virginia Beach, «.as selected for the 
1977-1978 editlOT of "Who's Who Among Students in Amer- 
ican Universities and CoUeges." 

, He is a cadet fir^^5lass at the Coast Guard Academy, 
New London, Ct. 
Chapman is a 1974 graduate of Bayside High School. 



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MiUtery Airiift Comwind wit ia Uti^mjmitMket, 
aoi (tf Mta9i U.S. Mvy Itoster OMt mm^mtm Ed- 
wM BAinr Jr . , RM«ten Road, Vir^iM INMi. 

a^^Mt Btiehe r, Mi air M^t, ivaete^ «m pre- 
nm^ m^mi tt Doror AFB, M. 

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r^riA^^UI at ttateval Tratni«€^r, 

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Navy Aviati(» Machinist's Mate Airman James E. Ooa- 
ov», sm oI'Mr. apri Mrs. Clay Doitovan tf Honeward 
Drive, ^^rtinia B^^. has returned from an existed 
di^loymttt in tee MeAterranean Sm. He is wrviag asa 
member irf Fighter ^nadnm 102, based at the Ocmu 
Naval Air Statio*, Virginia BMCfa. His siMdrm «is eM- 
tertwd sAxsrd the aircraft carrier Uffi Imiepmieact, 
wMch <9erated«s a wit of the U ^. Sixth Fleet. 

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The Worja ol Tomorrow Day Cars tewer came cac- 
olling to Camelot Nursing Home of Virginia Beach last 
week, spreadli* their own brand of yuletide cheer. 
' Children, aged two to eight, were tran«''"•">'"^ "•'« 
Christinas trees, snowmen, reindeer and Ch- 
nles as they danced to songs of the season fui tfte noine 
residents. 

Rttadeers tort r st^ or two, ttfw tost#elr stars, 
but all came throi«h the pw^ram with spirit entact 
tailing an! singitv 

At the coftciusion of the program, the cUldreB passed 
OHt gifts to the home residents and sang carols. Youi« 
and old joined together to make a merry afternoon full 
of seasons greetings for all 



«feB#iB «r Hm IhMC of TVMrrov ttqr 
Caf« CMt« mat etndllac tor Am Cuaclot HilA<ft- 
identi nnrsitey. 




Journey through space In January 



Tfte pitjgram at tte Virginia Beach Pid)lic Schools 
Planetarium for Jaraary will be "Fnwtt Merckry to tiie 
Asteroid Belt." ! 

The pn«ram wUl b^in with "The OrigID of M>e Sotar 
System" which presents the popular theories cQUcemiog 
the formation ot the Solar System. It further suggests 
tow the {Janets may have evolved, aod bow life inay bave 
begum oe Earth. 

The fiiol part of the program is presented as a jottrroy 
throi«h ^nce from Earth to Venus aiKl Mepcury, and 
back out to liars and the asteroid belt, liqludedare 
illustrations of possible bases on the mooo, Uar^ aod 
the astermds. 

PLANETARIUM »)URS are: 

&aiday: 7 p.m., on the 8th, 5th, 22iid, and 29tii. [ 

To^dtay: 1 p.m., on the 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24lh, ani Sst. 

The Planetarium is easily accessQde frmnithe 44 toll 
road by taking the Lymdiaven Exit (Exit tive)!to1hf Lyn- 
Iriiavai Paricwaqf and .^f^nlng right at the 
foutti Li9H*aye^|[|itf-^PlaiaJI4^ "^'^ 



Beach artist draws crowd 



tbe Ptaaetartum is located. 

titt Plaoetarittm s^ta iM p^e. Telei^MWe tt^ malpi 
office at Ptaza Jmior High Sqlhool :-... . 486-1971 for res^ 
ervatloos. Admission is ireii. Childrai under age 12 
maybe rinsed admission usilessi accompanted by a ma- 
ture p«wn. 




Tht mmn i»V^ tU taftOMr wtw: Mr*. IteikOB, Wtdw, tMOlwf ; IJwIi Grimstatd, duiclog tM^Mr, ^ 
the director of tte school; Dorotty Carol, teacher; Mrs. BeatHcfTnhas, teacher. 




An «(hfl>itiaa <rf origiBal 
paintings and dravtagsby sd- 
«ee fiction illitftratin* Frank 
K^y of Virginia Beach drew 
one (rf the museum's larges 
(qieaing crowds at the Chry- 
sler Museum at Norfolk, No- 
vember 17. 

More thafr^X) pe<q)leatten- 
<ted the opening which was 
limited to Museum members 
byjnvitati(n. Museum att«i- 
(tanee was 2,000 more than 
the avenge daring tl» first 
ten days of tte Freas exhi- 
bit. Originally schectaled 
ttroogh Dec. 10, the ediibit 
has been held over throgh 
Dec. 18. 

Freas is the authtn- of the 



recently released ' "Frank 
Kelly FrMS: TheJAit of 
SciMce Fi<^on. " the nms- 
eum gift shop is selling Uie 
three ^itttions of th^ book in 
codjuhction with ^ estOAt. 
incliKiing the numbered, slip- 
cased collect(»-'s edition 
vMch is limited to 1,000 cop- 
ies. 

Winner of 10 Science F^:- 
tion Achievement Award9(|[u- 
gos) for Best P^fes^onal 
Arti^ and a 2S-yc|ar veteran 
of science fiction iAastration, 
Freas was hmcH'eid as Dean 
of Sderce Fiction Hlus- 
trators, a lifetirae award by 
the Eastern Science Fietioo 
Society. ; 




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Jazz course set for TCC 



Eric Stevens, a local band 
leader and musician will c(»- 
duct a non-credit jazz course 
for the Virginia B^ch Cam- 
pus of Tidewater Community 
Ci^ege dining thewirter<ia- 
rter. 

The course will be entit- 
led "Jazz - Its Sounds and 
Players Siirce 1900". The 
stud«its will learn ahwt tte 
^zz somtd aod effect of tMs 



technique on soci^y. OlVfc 
souiMls of various iaitru- 
meitts, blues chords aad4^- 
provisatiMis will be «xpUU«ed 
in detail. All this in uhi- 
Um to Dixieland, Swli«BelM^, 
Cool, Funky, The Ne« T^ttg 
and Rock Jazz. 

F(Hr further informatko 
call the Office of Continuing 



If yotn miet Si,V^ Bob Sieppard Trio may not be 
youi cup ui ter^tao. 

Bat if you like creative pianistics pick up your phone 
to see if the gnnqi Is still at The Hayloft in the Admira- 
lty Mirtel on kUUtary Hl^iway just north (rf Janaf Sbof^- 
ing Center/ The lAice is peiik)^ naisnamed, bi^ is (me 
of tlw coziest spots in ipetro, with an iatimate dance 
floor. ^ 

The Bob a^ppard Trio ke^ts extremely busy with par- 
ties and loimge or, sometimes adding Walter McLean, 
(m sax and fl^e who is a ^yer, of outstanding talratl 
It is /a tribole to Vie leader vi produce so much worit| 
for jfe has had the e(un^e to 1k^ an integrated groiqil 
i«d /atikit no mistaM. tiiere are STILL pikces where this 
istlhoo. 

The leader idays drums, nakes humorous introduc-' 
iiixa and sings, inclidng some Mighty parodies if Qie 
9ettl^ permits. But most of the ball-carrying islqr 
j^anist Bob Eaton. 

' No. not THAT Bob Eaton, nrho was married to Lana 
TwiMr, wrote "The Body Br<d»rs," played house with 
Gtaiger Rogers and Denise Darcel and claimed to be 
Howard Hughes authorized Mograp^. 

This BiA Eaton naki^ Iwe to pianos and tohearing- 
oi^:ans. If you truly ^ipredate jazz piam, not simply 
to snap your fingers, al^orb a "sound," or show people 
how hip you are to Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, or 
Keith Jarrett..,then you'll find an endless variety of sub- 
tle delights falling from the fillers of Bob Eaton. 

One of the rarest, and most »imirable traits a person, 
...eq>ecially a mialciui..,can possess is individuality^ 
I dare you to aldose hot of Imitating. He'll borrow a 
few sec(nds of Basie, Garner, Peterson, Bud Powell and 
Duke EUii«tQB...Dite EHI^t(» THE PIAN£5T. We some- 



ttmes foi^t bow talented The Duke was at the keys, be- 
cause he overshadowed himself as a leader, composer 
and arranger. 

lEtAm blends these masters and others with his own 
1(|d« experirac^ into a constantly shifting patchwoit that 
riVe^ yoiH' attention. 

i^e o€ the hallmarks of a true jazzman is his use of 
^ce ^Uence). Am) a grand test of a idaoist is what 
tan do«i with the ElUi«tan classic, "Prelude To A Kiss." 
^ tte top trflMte to a h)cal,pianist is to he able to say 
thai the tabled Joe Jones Used to sneak into elubs as a 
teenager to "pick iq> (» him." 

Eaton was too modest to say icbis, but Shei^rd shared 
that tidbit, plus the tact tiuttEatw led the b(Mise-trto at 
the first Hampt(m Jazz Festival. 

The third member of tte trto is bassist P(V Newcomb, 
t^ was the subject of a l(»g article in the SUN some 
time back. P(^ was gray at 20, which was his fourth 
year in Um business. He toured for years with Johimy 
Long, Krqa, Vaughn Monroe and Charlie ^ivak, and 
was with Tommy Dorsey at the Paramount wh^ "a nice 
kkl" naned Sinatra was eao^ng ri<^- 

Leader Steiviard .is a Richmond native who spent 
sevei^ j^n twring with, bands and ptayed, with the 
renowned Billy Butterfieid, who is scheduled to ai^oar 
legally this month. When Sheppard played for the S<wth- 
em Governors' Conferen(;e, at i4dch then-Ve^ i^iro 



Agoew was present, die secret service searched .|^> 
drum cases from top to bottom, almost making him Ijite 
for the job. It is good to know our protectors are Af^^j 
their job, but Sheniard hardly has the demeanor of a i^4^^ 
bomber. „._„> 

Starting Jan. 10th, and tor eight consecutive Tuesdays- 
this writer will be teacUn a course oititled "JAZZ? 
Its SouKls and Ptayers Since 1900" for TIDEWATER- 
COMMUNITY COLLEGE'S "Spectrum Program" at Cai^"^ 
Pendleton. 

It will be from 7 to 9 p.m., with the emphasis on Hs^^ 
tening. The cost is $20, but senior citizens are admitted * 
free, and teenagers are most welcome. When I de^ne ' 
the term "mainstream jazz" Pll regret not having a J 
record by B«A Eaton. ' » 



Eric Stevens performs tocally as a band leader. During' 
11 yMira in NY be tNrkid as a idghtcli4> act, voice 
and dtae jockey. A^frtajc singers might wish to rt 
a fi-e« catalog deserfl>iii^ his series of panaphleta, 
singers. Write Post Office Box 4U»,mpginia Beach. 



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'Qi I leiu c spans generations 



Povr CMtntiou of tuaOf gaOwr at ftt CaatM Mn- 
Im B«Bt of Virgiaia B«ad to vatek iiw Christaiaa i^i^te 
aad amnda. Danaa UuMd feMdi daagbiN- Jala*, «|iic 
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Rstireii^iit 
confusion 



By LEE CAHILL 
SUN Fvblle Amirs Writer 

Some coi^kxt aXm ei- 
Ms tmm Viifiaia Beach 
•aidcqwea on hov ttp^- 
poMd choirs bi the Vir- 
fioia SB^fsAimvt»i Retire- 
nwt j^ttem will affect 
then. 

City Haaager George L. 
HaiAory told Cconci! Men- 
day alteraooo tiat to clear 
ap the BiNBderataading re- 
prMMtotiTM at thocity wUA 
app^» h^ore ih S^ftHoose 
Awropriattoos utd Fioaoee 
C(»kflBtttees on Jan. i. 

The Gweral Assemtdy is 
cdoaldwiag a radaditp in 
coUeetioaa and payae^in 
the systen to vnM aitoa- 
tions where a retire^ re- 
ceivM more than he did 
at the time of retirement. 

Haabary said that there 
will be no nduetioo ia the 
benefits receii^ by anplf^- 
ees now covered under the 
system. The problem ar- 
ises» te said, in tiiat ttie 
city, the only me Ote state 
paying 100 percent of the 

retirem«it payment for Em- 
ployees, is in treating em- 
ployees differently 



Choir tours northeast 



The tea-member coed 
ChaiMwr Clii^r d Virgil 
W^leyaa College will de- 
part OB Jan. 8, begii^v its 
first aiHHial tour of the Nor- 
theastern Uidted States. 

The s^Btim groqp will 
to«r Maryland, New Jersey, 
Fewi^lviaia ud New York 
as fMl astheCommoowealOi 

lie highUght jctf the toar, 
aci^ing to Dr. R. David 
Claslm, diraetM', will be a 
coMiert in St. Patrick's 
Caiiidral ia New York City 

mhk- 10. 

114 Chamber Chip's re- 
pertoffe consists of choreo- 
grapbfd songs by GerAwin 
and nnter, songs from tl» 
tWrtipp. ma<1rifRls. folk 



sflf^ and l^mas. 

Fo«F mMbmm of Ihe 
Cmml^ GMx reM» ta 
Virgtaia IMaih. They are: 
BiU Pradergrass, teor:liO% , 
Am SasseU, soprano; 8ne'>f 
lfealcBb«fg, $ofnmi; aad 
Laurie Cto«, alto. 

Other membera are: Card 
Aaiterson, SliUag ^riag, 
Pa., mo; Herb BrydMstti, 
Westfield, X.J. haw; Chris 
Deekos, Bictaond, Va., al- 
to; Re^ EUis, GkneMter 
Va., alto; Rich Kurzeidcaabe 
Front Royal, Vs., bass; and 
(tedra Poods, Chesapeake, 
tenor. Ken ScheUenberg of 
Broad Ron, Va., serves as 
accompanist. 



TCC Bdds course 

for minority businessman 

Minority men or women 
who are planning to rater 
or open a business can get 
help at the Virginia Beach 
Caoqms of Tidewater Com- 
munity College. 

The l^)ectrum Program 
for Qie winter quarter will 
laclade & course entitled 
"Problems of Minorities in 
Bustesss." This course will 
begin 00 Jan. 26, andbe con- 
ducted at the TCC Camp 
Poidleton Center onS. Bird- 



neck RMd. 

The course will eq)lore 
the unique pnAlems encoun- 
tered by minority business- 
men and st^gest how these 
problems can be solved or 
avoided. Successful minor- 
ity businessmen will be in- 
vited to give presentations 
to the class. 

For further informatlcm 
caU the Office of Continu- 
ii« Education at 428-6395 
or 427-8070. 



KnoptvUle area band 

'^liforms." Sioce 

Information the band, com- 

<tf 120 studmits from 

Meadows, Fair- 

ttd College Park ele- 

sctaools, has lad no 

_: trademark or uni- 

To solve the problem, Mrs 
Siirtey Mitchell and Mrs. 
Nell Benlara of the Kemps- 
villf Meadows PTA ap- 
proached the band instruc- 




tor. Date Browder, with tlie 
idea of pnrchasi^ shirts for 
the band that wouldglvethem 
visual idertity as ttie 

"Kempsville Area Band." 

Browder liked the idea, 
so Mrs. Mitchell, who is the 
Vice - President of the 
Kemi»vilte Meadows PTA, 
contacted the PTA presidents 
of C(dlege Park ES. Mrs. 
"Scotty" Breed, and Fair- 
field ES, Eugene Kanter, to 



see if Uiey wtMdd help tr- 
ance the purchase of the 
shirts. The Exeoitive Boards 
of t^ ^iree PTAs quiciZy 
agreed to the idea, and it 
wasn't k»g before the whole 
band was fitted with tOue 
shirts with a white "Kemps- 
ville Area Bank" emblem de- 

The bead's first march- 
ing perfonaance in their new 
shirts was at the College 
Park Christmas parade De^ 
cember 17th at 9 a.m. 



Beach questions self-service 



£f LEE CAHILL 
SUN ^Public Affairs Writer 

iMioover thongtt that the 
low^ service (foil-service) 
irtattOB would become an ob- 
ject d eoBcem for tiie city 
fathers? 

'iUBoe» Oil Company ap- 
jMM for a c<m(Uti<»al use 
pwnait far" a self-ser- 
«tee gasoUae statira 00 a 
16,000 square foot parcel lo- 
o^ at the southeast iatn-- 
M^tam of bdian River Road 
and Sooth MiUtary Highway, 
KmpsviUe Borough. 

'tis OH^paay wants to re- 
eaqstmet tte vacaat station 



«,tht »OW!prt?t.iBto an en- 
tirely self-service opera - 
tton. 

The Plaming CommissiQo 
recomm«ided approval, but 
by a vote of 7-3, because, 
Calvin Spain, attorn^ for 
the.ap|dlGaj^, said, ttiey were 
CQiK%n>ed th^ aMl'servlce 
stetion was being dianged 
into a self-service statiqo> 

Spain assured City Council 
Monday aftermxmthat AmocO' 
eqiMted to remain in the 
ftall-service station busi- 
ngs, hot that at the Kemps- 
ville locatioo, a sdf-senrice 
stetion was more practical. 

Mayor ClareuM A. Hol- 



land said that he had "strmig 
fedings about ke^^ full- 
service stetions," causing 
CotaieilmaB Robert R. Crom- 
well to remark that he "ae- 
ver thought he'd see the 
CouncU vote (in tevor of) a 
service stetiOB). 

Cmmcil concurred with the 
recommmdation irf thePlan- 
hing Commission. 





Sparkting cordial spirits 
' to €very<Mre this Mkioi) season. We houc en- 
joyed dang business with iH>u and thank you 
foryour patrorKi0. 

PROCESS AMNE EQW^MENT CORP. 
49S3 BatmflM Blwd, S. Highway lee 



Have » merry (^hriKl- 

maH hulidav fillrtl 

\ with beautiful things. 

We want to winh I he 

beKt to all of our fine 

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NOTICE or POBUC HEARUIG 
lit ViiTiiiii BMck Board of Zontaif AjipoOs viii coaiteet 
I P^lic Heariif oo WwHiidiy, Jaaianr 11, lt7l, 
It 1:» PM. tai the Cooacil Ctmmibtn, Adsyalstr^aB 
BidhttBt, Umdfl Ceoter, Vlrgiiia ^a^VUr^^. 
He memiat m^^om irtll vpcar ea ttw i««Mi: 
n^RTLAB AGENDA: 

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pirkiflg M Mjor r^raitftoMl a^^Mat to fttJrt ofa 
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5. CbartM V. aad Am 3. WaUday request a vartaaea oV 
2 fert to t^k Mgtt to a 6 tooilHKe iistoMl or^a 4 
foot fMKt as aU(w«d to k re<plMI stda md i^«^ 
to a i^rM (Sitod anM) o« L<A 5, BtodE 2, mMwaer, 
S»)0 Ocaiaft^t. Linidttfi* BoRMp. 
fi. Janw II, AUbmi nqmMs anrtoiwi (rf 2.5 foiH to 
a 7.S toot rida yaid saOaek (east pfcpai^ Uaa) iu^id 
of 10 toet as raqrired on Lot 10. Blodi SI. Sec«toa B. 
Oeaaa Park, Wast Str^ford Eoid. Bay^de Borai^. 
7. Mlay ^tricar (>«stnietlcn CnifontiMi by G. C^y- 
Ua Stam$3BKr rttipiMts a wrtoM« of ^ ^nara fKrt 
of sigii aUowAca td 232 «inra tort toslMMl <rflllMMu« 
feet as iUow«) i(a a sriNttvlsloa iil(»Mfkarttai ilei aid 
to altov tte 41^ to ban 4 dlitolay lie«toMattf 2 
dls^^ faeas as aUoiwd on IslaM Seettoa 1. WltdiMac 
Laadtaf, Prapoaed Madtoa of Wltcbdack Axad aid Adly 
Fams Drifa. Bayalda Boroai^. 
I. Patrick 3. and Citlqr 8. Uvto i^ W. Bnirtl^tea- 
ai^. m, reqnest a ?artoBce or 2 fe^ in fence helfM 
to a 6 foot fende instead of a 4 toirt face as aUomd in 
a re^r«l traet yard Hmck (EiMbi Drive) oa Lot 17, 
Saetim 1. Urkiqnn-, 4701 Uitq^ Coart. Kemps-' 
viUeBonwgb. 

9. S. Hoti^Bd Swift, Geoeral Partoer of Partners Foar 
Partaersbtp Iqr E. Bradford Tasewell, Jr., ArebUact, 
nNiaasto a variance of 8.S feet to a 2.S focA setback fron 
all ^opwrtj lines tostead of 5 feet eadi as requireaiyM 
to allov pirking to tbe reqnired setoaefc vbera pttHk ' 
bltad and to aalTa tbe reqiired toB dwn a ini to tba set- 
backs aad for parking qiices to be If toet tostMd of 
80 toet as required oo Lot 6. Block 90, Ltakhom Patk, 
40l» Atlai^c Avome. Virgiida BeacbJ|orM^ 

0. Marian K. Pbillips by Hndgins and AfflAis requesto 
a wriame of 15 feet to a 5 fbot side yard adUaccut to 
a street tostead irf ^ feet as reqnired on tbe vest «) 
(M of Lot 243 and tbe east 30 feet of Lot 244, Plat of 
tbe Ht^es, Collins Heirs, SOtb Street, soutoea^ cor* 
ner. LyudiaveB Borovgb. 

11. St. Andr«vs United Methodist Church by Wllltta 
McClnrg, ArcUtect, requests a variance of 1.35^ tcrw 
ot land to 1.6S acres fOr a dnircb instead of 3 acres 
(d land as retpdrad <» Parcel "A", Secticm 2, Larkqwr, 
717 Tnscoa Road. Xempsville Borough. 

12. Kambys Gilansbah requMts a variance of 8 parfctt| 
spacNU to "0" paricing qiaees instead of 8 paricing svacaa 
as required for a rastanraat oa IM 21, BlodE 31, Plat 
No. 8. Virginto Beach, 17th Street and Pacific Avenae. 
Viifiato Beach BcatM^. 4, 4 

13. Edris E. and Rntb L. Sid^ request anrianceof . 
25 feet to a 10 foot s^nck from Gator Road toaftaid 
of 35 feet as reqoi^ oa Lot 1, Block 4, Plan of L]nto- 
bavea. Property of IE. E. Breaker, S. Lyitolavea Road. 
Lynnbaven Borough. 

14. C. Randolph Zehmer i^ests a variance (rf 20 feet 
to a 30 foot front yard setback tostead of SO feet as 
rtqnired 00 Lot 3, Tract D, Section 2, Sandbridge, 3404 
Sandflddler Road. Pongo Borough. 

15. C. Randid^ Zdun«r requeste a variance of 20 fert 
to a 80 foot froat yard setback tostead (rf 50 toet as 
reqnired oa Lot 33, Tract C, Sectton 3, Saadtoldge, 
3224 SkndSddler Raal 'P^ Boroagh. 

16. Divene SalM, be. requests a nriance <a 5 signs 
to 11 s^pu instead of 8 signs aa allowed oa ftusel 19, 
Airport ladnstrial Park, 5^ Ward Coart. Bayslde Biff* 
oai^. 

19. ABM Contraction OnrporaUon by Larry Blum. Ar»«' 
aiAe^ rafi^sto a variince ot 20 feet to a 30 foot ft^ 
]%^ ifAMrltJ|sl#4«^ 1R^ f^t as required aadolS.to*^ 
fiW^ltfWbitW^ *IO»cks (bo||ef|«w)tMMll/(tiAJ 
feat to a 10 took-tmt jvei setoack instead of If l«ig^ n 
eaiA as reqdred on JaA 18, Section 1, SanBnl^, 
amdfbkBer Road, (Nwth Area). Princess Anne Bi^aogb. 
IS. W. Ciada Btrco requesto a variance to allow pan-* 
Uh to tbe required setback frmn a street where pnriii- 
blted (Creensboro Av«ne aad Mediterranean Avenue) 
nd to v^ve the req^iailliQdscaidng to toe setback 
oa l.oto 1.2, and half of 8. ittock 18. ^adowtown Heighte. 
&Mtteast coroer of Gr«eaid»roAv«iaeandMediteriwiean 
Aveaae. Virginto BeadI Bdrou^. 
19. Rosso aad lfk8tnc<», toe. bf R. E. ^vely. ArtUto 
Sign Co.. He. reqnasto a variuuee of 7 toet to a "0" 
si^iack tor a frce^^stna^ sign Instead of a 7 foot set- 
bade as reqnired (irteneetiOB oS 24to Street aad Bird- 
mA Ronton a nreel. ttrdiradi Village Area, Niorth 
Birdneck Road aad 2^ Street. Lym^va Borough. 
DEFERRED AGENDA: 

1. petored Deeeatber 14, 1977). 

wrtian aad Gaiy Pope reqiiMto a variant of S feet 
to a 5 foot stoe yard seOadc instead of 10 fert is re- 
odred (acstb j^tjperty line) ad JM 12, Nock 28, Croitan 
Beach, Soidb MiatHc Avaue. Lymteina Btmingb. 
ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPEASBEF(«ETHEBOARD 
W, L. Towere 
Secretary 

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2 toet to toaea baj^ftt to a 8 toet fiiasa isitaiirof a 4 foot 
kmt u aUoaad a a raqi 
oa Lot U, Bay ' 



raqalrad setback from a street 
1404 Crystal Parkway. Lyan- 



NCynCE OF PUBUC HEARING 
Vir^lato: 

Tbe regdar meeting of the Coimcil of tbe City of Vir- 
gt«i» Beach will be held to the Coimcil Chambers of the 
AAnlnli^r^ioa Bnilding, City Hall, Prtocess Anne Sta- 
ttflo, Viigtoto Beach. Vurinia 00 Monday, January 9, 
1978, at 1:00 P.M., at uliich time toe following appUca- 
tt(»s will be beard; 



CHANGE OF ZONING EMSTRICT CLASSinCATION: 
LYNNBAVEN BOROUGH: 

1. PetttioB M motloB of toe Pkndng Commissioo of the 
City of Virginto Beac^ to estMlsh aa ffistoric and Cul- 
tural District on Mrtato i^oper^ located 00 the south 
side d Virginto BMCb Bonlevat^ begimdng at a point 
900 fert mo^ or less &st of Grovdand Ro«i, nmnlag 
a disto^e of 90.54 feet akog Uw SoiMi ditocrf Vir- 
ginto Baadi Botfevard, raiBiaf a di^uce 150.62 feet 
to a So^arly directloo, ruutog a di^nee of U2.82 
feet to an &sterly ttreetion, raiAig a <HstoM» of 26.24 
feet to a Nortberiy dlr«:tion, rai^^; a dlstaiKe^ 50.M 
feet to a NorthMste^ (Hrediioa. nmning a diirtarce at 
m.3 tort to a Somm^sif mrimcm, nning a ^s- 
tutoe of 1I63.7 toet toa SWik a aito iil A>e^ioa, ran^H 
a dMnea of Ml leet to a Nortlw^afty directtoa aad 
rwatog a distaea irf im.78 fart iIok toe Wastora 
^«p«ty Una. SM pared coitetas PUm m—,'^tis 
vtth more detailed iiMn«atioB tfe avaflaUe to the De- 
partaiMf or nmHtag. (Mncess Aaae Mua-Grovdand 
ParkBdto Bavea Ar^sl LTNNBAVn BOKWGI. 

2 . PetMsa «f W. B. Gi^, D J3. 0iU^ Md W^fM Sbi^ 
for t Gma§t 4 itattaf MsMIt QtMlbeMm Um 
A-1 Apirtmaat DtcMet to B-2 CeBiBni%-B«AiessDto- 
tiM oa etfMajpspvty located it the Hertbveat iator- 
H^oa (« Oit fto^Ma Beach Botfevard and Birdneck 
Road, rwriai a ttManee of 194.53 toet aloi« tbe West 
dte 01 t Umul tm^, ruuiag a Aitiaee of I75.M 
tod ttatg tti MwOwa property like, nmning a distance 
si 1^.7* iMt atong tbe W^en iRivwty Itoe. r^iitt 
a dtotoace of 1M«4 toettdoag tta Vorto d<toof Old 
VliftaM Beia Mtomrt.'aad nanlna aroaad a carve 
a ttrtn^ of n.» toet. Said pared contoias 1.9 acres. 

LtnMAvni mmwm. 

S. ftMsia of Da^ 0. Birnes and Cbaries J. Amn for 
a Omm M lOBiag Dte&tot OMMb^m tnm R-6 
irilMh^t nrtrid %» R-4 fadM^ |Xdri<^ OB w- 
Mb 0m^ I^Ml d «m MrtH^ totaMiMoa td B 
M^ tar iu^te Driw, nm^ a d^WM of M0.94 
tod atom Am WMft dde d ^ttdtta BMM, lamiliiiii 
M^aee diltW tod alMg te IMten ^npai^ toe, 
a A^am d m.tt iMt i^H^te Wm^ 

M m nida|VdAuiM«riK«*d^M 
of B ^ad . Idi laetd Mii^H M 
menm^m. LnMAVSi 
BBK^M: 



4. Petition of Lassiter and Associates, Iik:., for a Change 
of Zoning District Classification from B-1 Business- 
Restoential District to A-1 Apartment District on certain 
pn^eriy beginning at a point 150 feet North of the in- 
tersection of Level Green Boulevard and Drew Drive, 
running a distonce of 375 feet along the Western properly 
Itoe, running a distonce of 86 feet along the Northern 
pn^rty line, running a dtotance of 531.17 feet along 
the Eastern property line, running a distonce of 138.89 
feet along the North side of Level Green Boulevard, 
rvnning a dtotnnce of 150 feet more or less in a North- 
westerly direction and runntog a distance of 180 feet 
more or less In a Westerly direction. Said parcel con- 
tolns 2.508 acres. (Level Green Area). KEMPSVILLE 
BOEOUGH. 

5. Petition of Hdeheson Realty. Inc., for a Change of 
zoning District Ctossificatioo from R-8 Residential Dis- 
trict to 0-1 Office Didript on certato property located 
on toe Soutir side of New Providence Road beginning 
at a pdnt 270 feet East of Beryl AvMue, running a dis- 
tance of 92.80 feet along the Souto side of New Provi- 
dence Road, running a distonce of 78.83 feet in a Southerly 
direction, running a distance of 76.80 feet in a South- 
wederly direction, nmning a distance of 109 feet in a 
Northwesterly direction, and running a distance of 95 
fed in a Northeaderly direction. Said parcel contatos 
.33 acre. (Avalon Hills Area). KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

6. Petition of Booney's Coroer Assodates, a Virginia 
Geaenl Partaenblp, tor a Change ot Zodng Didrict 
Claidficatioo frtAn R>;8 Reddential District to B-2 Com - 
mantty-Bttdness Didrict on certoto prciperty located 
cm the West side of KempsviUe Road beginning it a pdnt 
220 fed North of Indian River Road, running a distance 
of 1642.05 fed more or less along tbe West side of 
KempsviUe Road, roudng a distaace of 3S0 fed more or 
less ilo^ toe Wed side of Whitdmrd Landing Road, 
running a distonce ef 338.05 feet to a Sodhwesterly 
directioa, numing a dtotance of 114.78 fed to a Nortberiy 
directim, r^ning a distance of 717.96 fed to a Sodh- 
westerly direction, rnndng a distance of 1131 fed ina 
Smitoerly directimi, rumiing a distaace d 1560.89 fed 
more or l<»s aloqg toe North side of IndOan Rivtf Roid, 
numing 1 dstance of 118.71 fed in a Nortberiy <ttrec- 
tion, running a dtotance of 46 led to an Eaderly db-ec- 
tton, nmning a distance of 100 le^ to a Northerly direc- 
tion and rumiing a distance d 199.56 ted to an Eaderly 
directimi. &iid pareel contatos 57 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH; 

PRINCESS ANNE POROUGH: 

7. Petition d William W. Robertson, Peart toes R(^rt- 
soa and Pioneer Stor and Lok for a Change d Zontog 
Didrid Claasiflcattim from 0-1 OttUx iKstrict to B-2 
Commddty-lhidness District on certato pn^rty located 
on the East side of Hdlaod Road be^aning at a pdd 
730 fed more or less South of Stonesbore Rmd, running 
a distance of 177.68 feet along toe End side d HoUand 
Road, running a dtotance of 766.03 fed ina Northeasterly 
direction, nmning a dtotance d 154.77 fed to a N<Mrto- 
westorly diredimi and running a distknce of 696.70 
fed to a Sditowestoriy drecttcm. Said parcel contains 
2.64 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 
CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 

PRINCESS ANNE BO!K}UGH: 

8. Ap|)ltedion d Pioneer Stor and Ldi, a Virginto Limit- 
ed Partnership, tor a Conditional Use PernUt for mid- 
warebtfttes at certato property located on the Ead 
side (a Hollud. E(ttd beginning at a point 730 feet more 
or iesa S9alk>4titon^ion Rodt, rwgtorar 
17f JB itod tfoli<?ttf«Eastdde (Tlfiiu^teu, . 
a dstanee d'^i0«Atot to a Northeideribf dlr 
rmmii^ a distaace d 154.77 fed to a Ni»1hwederly 
dir$cti(» and rmmlag a distance d 696.70 tod to a 
Soptiiwederlf ttnctton. Said parcel contains 2.64^n». 
PBINC^ ANNE BOROUGH. 

9. Application d Hlnm L. Overstred for a Condition^ 
Um Permit tor a bulk storage yard <m certato property 
located on toe North side of Landstown Road begindng 
at a potot 618.35 feet East of Princess Anne Road, ron- 
dng a dstance of 74.40 fed along the Norto side d 
Laiitatown Roi4 nmning a dtotance d 1127.03 fed dong 
toe Eadern property line, nmnii^ a dtotance of 74.^ 
feel aloi% ^Northern prcqierto line and numing a 
dtomnce d 1127.0S fed il(x^ tbe Wedera property lum. 
Slid pireel contotos 1.92 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOR>- 
OQGU. 

Plato wlto more dddled idormation are available to tte 

D^partnmit d Pluming. 

Rtohard J. Webbm 

City Clerk ' 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

Wrgida: to tbe Circdt Court of toe City dViitinto 
^ach Dec. 12,1977 
llaril]m Jean Ricks 
ComjdaJnant 

V, 

Otto Wi^ne Ricks 
Xeqxmded 

tel CHANCERY NO. C-76- 1657 ' 

Tbe d>iect of toto sdt to t&t toe Plalattfr to obtato 

a dvorce a vincdo matrimmil from tim RespMd^ 

'iqiqa toe ^twnds of a sqiaratton widcb has remabud 

eMttwu ud inidem^ed for^ a p^iod d time ia «t- 

eess d one (l) year, and it ap^«rtog toat an AttMadt 

baa been made and filed by toe Ptototiff that doe dlU- 

ienee has been used to tocde tito Jteqwaded to ttii City 

of mri^nto Beach, attocmt success, and that jmir nato- 

Wi verily beUeves tlut theRe^MBdw^ sim>eb^^rtogdly 

aerved according to toe prodsims d Sedioa 8-51 

Itod Sedioa 8-54, Code of Vininto, Ims. ttenmfter, 

becone a non-raiymrt d Um Ctty d Viiito^ Beach. 

Vlrgida, laving moved to Hoodoa, Texas; md 

- Notice being hereby givM ttat aCmimisdcmBr'sHsar- 

: in will be bdd to tds onse m Jmmitf%i 1978 d 2:80 

p.n. to the oftieH of ^hnrd. T. Catea, Gpmmtoi^eer 

la Cbaaeery, 2901 fpeific Avmw, VirgintoBeacb, Vtr- 

glato It to ORDEBBD that tbe RBgpe0edmaBai» imd do 

wM may beae^ssary to prdeet i&iaiereatto ftto nit. 

It to ftirther OADOGD ttid toto Order be pnUldNd 

a weA M tw wosec^M mdto to toe Vlrftoto 

^ a wwi9<^r te^M,ge^ral dreali^ to 

ttia Oty d Vii^nto Beach, Vif^ 

VamttR.UiviMl 
iM.LADAT. miAN A OUVIERI 
Kt.PdrtrokeFonr 
I onet ftit 
^km^twA, 1^rglato^M2 
A MnfTeM: J^ V. F^tre«i, Clerk 
Byt MM A. Kendian, DC. 



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PUBLIC iwncE 

1-he City Coundl d tbe City of Virginto Beach, Virftoto 
aaaembled to the City CmneU Chamben, Ctty Admlnto- 
w BaUdtof, Maddpd Caater, Prtoeass Aaae Bor- 
, Vlffiato Baaeb, Virgiato, at 2 pai oilldadiy, Jkau- 
II, 1978 wiU bold I pddk haarir tbe 

adbpdOB d tbe fdlowing ofldtoaaea wL tor 

the Uaarsaamad d S^ Liae to Pvfo Borough. Per- 
aona aNtrtog to be heard to> tovor or opposed to tl|e 
ordlnaace wifi be heard at thto bearing. Persoas wlah- 
tog to ^ipaar regarding thto matter sboald regtoter their 
names wito the City Ctork, Raom 310. City Admiaidn- 
ttoa Bdldtog. Tdepboae 427-4304 
Siehard J. Webboa. Ctty Clerk 



AN ORDINANCE PROPOSING THE IMPROVEMENT AND 
PAVING OF SPOT LANE. PUNGO BOROUGH, VIRGINIA 
BEACH. VIRGINIA, AND ASSESSMENT THEREFOR. 

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA: 

That, WHEREAS, the City Council has been requested 
by more than fifty per centum of the property owners 
abdting Spot Lane for the improvtog and paving of said 
street to serve their respective properties; and 

WHEREAS, it is the todgment of tbe City Council that 
said stred sbodd be improved and paved, and that tbe 
cod toereof be apportioned between the City and tbe 
abutting landowners as provided by tow; and 

WHmAS. it Ik necessary for the usual daily opera- 
tion d the Department of Public Works that provision 
be immedtotely made for tbe construction of such street, 
an emergency is set forth and declared to exist. 

NOW.THEREFORE, 

Sefition 1. The construction of Spot Lane, as shown on 
the plat attached hereto, is herel)y proposed, the cost 
thered to be apportioned bdween the pity d Virginia 
Beach aad the abutting landowners and assessed against, 
sdd landowners pursuant to law. ; 

Section 2. The City Clerk is hereby authorized ami 
directed to publish in a newspaper having general cir- 
culation in the City once a week for two consecutive 
weeks, a notice to all of the owners of property abutting 
sdd proposed dreet of the identioo of the City of Vir- . 
ginto Beach to condruct the same and to aroortion tte , 
cost toereof as provided in tois ordinance, and stating 
the time and place where said owners may'anwarbe-' 
fore the Council to be beard to favor of or against said, 
improvmnents. The. tost publication of said notice shall . 
be m^ d least ten (10) days before tbe parties are; 
cited to appear. .. .l . .. 

Aadnargency ezids and thto ordinance slmU be ef-.; 
fectli^ upon <tote d ito ad<vti(». , • ^ ^.■,, 

Adopted by the Coundl of toe City Of Virgida Beach, «' 
Virginia, 00 toe 12th toy d December, 1977. 



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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
to toe Ctork's.(mcedtoe 
Circdt Coart d the Ctty d 
Virgtoto Baa<^, VA, oatoe 
ISto day d Decentoer, 1977 
Broda McLeii^tmi Peele. 
Ptototiff. 




SfephenL. Peele. 
Deiendad. 

tHe dJjeddthissdtis 
to obtito I divorce a mensa 
et thoro to be later merged 
into I divorce a vincdo 
matrtiw»ii d the |H*qper 
time, from tbe said.dddi- 
dad, ii|x» the gnxmds d 
desertion on tbe part of toe 
ddradad. 

And an dfiitovlt having 
been made and fUed tbittbe 
ddemtad to 1 non-reddmrt 
d the Ante d Vlrdnto, tbe 
tod kaMiM»iK»lflabeald«^ - 
ressbdH^ pOfildtt9# Hi 
livery, NewCbrleani, Lods- < 
ianna it to ordered that he 
<io appear on or bdore tbe 
3rd diy d Fdiniiry, 1978, 
lad do what may be neces- 
sary to grated hto idered 
tototosdt. 

A copy-Tede: Jolm V. Fen- 
tr6ss 

By: Patti A. Keoiehin, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
S. L«e Morris 
820 Ctttsens Trud Bld^. 
Portomouth. VA 23704 

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And an affidavit having;'/; 
been made adi filed tbar;' 
toe def«id|d to inon-re- .^ 
sided d the Stote d Vlr-v^^ 
gtoto, the tod Idown posC^ 
office address Imtor 4S5'^ 
Ordmrd Stred, Jdmstowa-j 
Penasyltada. 15905 tt ia'^- 
ordered that she do ippear ,. 
<m or bdore toe Id diy w ' 
Fd>rnary, 1978 and do dmt 
may be necessary to prded 
her iderMt to thto sdt. , 
A co^r-teste: Joha V, Fen?;^ 
tress *,1 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, Det , 
pdy. Clerk 

Karl L. Drews ',' 

4560 Cdmabas Loop '9. 
Virginto Beach. VA ' 

23462 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

to the Cleric's Office of tlw 

Circdt court d toe City 

d Virgida Beach, VA. m 

the 14to day d December, 

1977 Edward Jos^ Pank- 

owsU, 

Ptaidiff, 

agatod 

Clda Marie Flynn 

Paakowskl, 

Detondant. 

The objed of this sdt is 
to odato a divorce a vin- 
cdo matrimonii from toe 
said defended, iqxm. toe 
grounds d separatton for 
more than (»e year. 

And ami aMdavit having 
been made and filed Umttoe 
def^mtod to a mm-rMidoit 
d the^te d Virgtoto, toe 
tod Imown pod oKe add- 
ress beint; MW^Koatevista 
Cleveland Be^ttt Cttio, 
44121 it to (Htluvd that 
dm do an^r m or bdore 
toe 8Bd day of Febraury, 
19^, aad do what may be 
aeeessary to pdect her 
ider^ to this sdt.. 
A c(TOr-Teste: Jdm V. Fen- 
tnss 

By: INitti A. Ke^ehan. De- 
pdy, Clerif 
JhAtt W. ftaseb^ 
101 Norto Lyndiavm RMd 
P.0.B»ai|7 
Virgtoto Beach, VA 23452 

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ORDER OP PUBUCATION^ 

to toe Cleric's Office d the 

Circdt Cosrt d the Ctt^' 

d Virgida Beach, VA, oaf 

the 9to day d December.^ 

1977. 

Rdiert Wayne CaU, 

Plaldifr. 

agaiad 

Vidcy Lynn (Ragm) 

CaU, 

Defcbdad. '■ 

The d>Jed d toto suli" 
is to obtato a dvorce a;; 
vtocdo matrimmiilfromtte;; 
saUI ddmidad, iqmn tim jl 
grooadis d cm ynr's se- r 
panttoa. '"' 

Aad aa affidavit having'* 
be«i made and fUed ttutt., 
tbe ddenctad to a non-re^' ' 
sited d toe Side d Vir- 
gida, toe lad kuwn p(aH 
dfiee address b^ig; P.O. 
Box 30, Whitduwse, Texas 
75791 it to ordered tb^.O 
she do appear on or belOre<:'< 
toe Mto day of JaBnarT^:>C 
1978 and do what may be i" 
necessary to prdeet her to- * ^ 
tonmt to this sdt. '• 

A eopy'TMte.'^ idba V.^' 
FMtress '-*^ 

By: Httl A4 Keeneban, De- ■ ' 
pdy, Cldlt ■' ' 

(^IM.HaU v"^ 

1107 Fird H Merebadiri'" 
BankBl(to. '^'^ 

JforfdkrvA 28510 / 

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jRDER OF PUBUCATION 

to the Geit's Office d tbe 

Clredt Court of the City d 

Viivlato BMCh, VA, « toe 

Ittt day d December, 1977 

Mlchad D. Croekford, 

PtolatW, 

agaiad 

Karea L. Croekford, 



The object d thto sdt to 
to obtoto a diaacae a da- 
enlo wdrtmaffl Irato the 
said ddeadadj upoa toe 
giwmM dMvanMmfora 
p^rt tott^HMOM ywr. 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION.. 

to toe Cteck'a Office d tha. , 

Clredt C4Wt d tbe City dX] 

Viifida Beadi, VA, oa the„t 

lito day d Deeesber. 19^ n 

Thuaas AUmi Wolff. '',• 

Platdiff, 

a^UMt 

Marina Yoov Wolff, 

DdeMid. 

Vtoobjed d thto sdt i^,; 
to oi^ia ittwrea a vtt- " 
o^ imifenbMdl from tbe 
^d^idtMN^^ voa tte 
graaab doee y^r Hfn*:,>^^ 

dl». :uvU 

Aad la dlktoiM tedariis 
beaamda aad filed thdttto'ii^ 

^^ i q^^^ If t nnn inililrtlt ' 

^ n» m^ d ^^^b^ i4 

tt» iMt Joown port <Mm 
MdFMs bitog: e/« Mr. & 
Mrs. JamesT. Eirian, 3U 
W. Bdela, EUaastoire, 
WasdMtoo, 98986 it to Ir-', 
dered Oat she do appear da: '• 
or befd^ tbe 1st day of ; 
Pebntary, 1978 and do wbaf 
may be neceasary to pra- I 
tedber totendtotolssdt . 
A ocpy-Testo: John V.^ 
Fedress 

By: PdttA.Xeenaban,Da-, 
pdy. Clark 
Frederick B. Lowe 
8104 Ardlc Aveao^ 
Virgtoto Beach, VA 

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LEGAL NOTICE 

Take notice that on December 23, IW? at 10:00 A.M, 
v« ^^r^*^* of TWewater AMC/leep/Honda, 3152 
Va. Beach Bo«lefart, yirginia Bmtk, VftinU, 23452. 
the undersigned will sell at pubUc auction, for cash, 
reienring unto itself the right to bid, the teUowli* 
motor vehicles; 



DESCRIPTICU^ 

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1971 Gremlin 



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aK>W CAUSE ORDER 

Vfl^UilA: m tHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CITY OF 

VIRGIHU BTSACH ON THE 2HD DAY OF DECEMBER 

1977. 

U tte natter of the Estate of 

ROt W. NAGLE, JR.. Deceased 

C.P. #4877 

It aneiring that a Report of the Accounts of Bank of 
Vtrgli^ Trust Company, Eiecotor d the Estate of Roy 
W. Kafle, Jr., Deceased, and ni tte ims Ht demands 
ai^iBsi Us Estate have been tiled in the Cleit's Office, 
ai^ thai nore than six (6) monUis have elapsed since 
tte quaMcaUon of said Executor, and on motion of Uie 
ExmU^, it is, therefore 

OlibERED that the creditors of, and all others 
interested in, the Estate do show cause, if any they can, 
on ttie 4th day of January 1978, at 10:00 a.m. before 
this Court at its Courtroom, against the payment and 
delivery of the Estate <rf Roy W. Nagle, Jr., Deceased, 
to tte distributees or legatees without re^rii« re- 
Amding bonds. 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that ttiis Show Cause Or- 
der be published once a wedc for two (2) successive 
wetia in the Virginia Beach ^i a newspi^r having 

Eeml eimulation and piddished in Uie Cihr (rf Virginia 
cb, Viitiiiia. 
A to^ Teste: J(Aa V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy Clerk 
Philip R. Earthing, p.q. 
BOYD, PAYNE, GATES k FARTHING, P.C, 
12^ Virginia Natiopal Baidc Building 
Nt^lOlk, Virginia 23510 

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SidW CAUSE ORDER 

VfitGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CITY OF 

VQKHNIA BEACH ON THE 6TH DAY OF DECEMBER. 

1977 

In tte matter of the Estate of 

EDNA H. NAGLE, Deceased 

C.P. #4678 

It aivearing ttet a R^nrt of the Accounts of Bank 
of Virginia Trast Company, Execotpr <4 the Istito ol 
Edna H. Nagle, Deceased, aad of ,|te49iM5 w^emwds 
ag^Nst her Estate have beeh filed<Ji!ttea^E'8 Ottiee, 
amrittat more than six (6) montii* have elapsed since 
tte qnalificatioa of said Executor, and on motion <d tte 
Executor, it is, tiierefore 

.CmDERED that tte creditors of, and all otters fn- 
t^tesfed in, the Estate do stew cause, if any ttey can, 
0^ tte 4th day of January 1978, at 10:00 a.m. tefore 
Uiis Court at its Courtroom, agiiinst the payment and 
delivery of the Estate of Roy W. Magle, Jr,, Deceased, 
to tte di^ributees or legatees without requirii^ re- 
funding bimds. 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that this atom Cause Or- 
der te iNiblished once a wedi tor two (2) saccessive 
weeks in Tte Virginia Bnch Sua, a newspaper having 
graeral circulation and published in the City of Virginia 
Beach, VirginU. 

A Copy Teste: Jote V. F«itress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy Clerk 
Philip R Farthing, p.q. 
BOYD, PAYNE, GATES k FARTHING, P.C. 
1240 Virginia National Bank Building 
Nqrtolk, Virginia 23510 

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ORDER 

ViiginU: In tte Clerk's 

Ofita» of tte Cinaiit Court 

oftteCityotViniala 

Beach, on tte 2ith day of 

Noventer, 1977. 

In re: Aof^iOB ot Baby 

Boy FS/TA #25766 and 

Chai«e of Name to IlictaAl 

Lm Bowling 

By: WiUian Sloan BovUng 

and tatrid* Green BowUnr 

PetiUoQers 

To: Eogene West 

USSLeahy 

FPO, New York. New 

York 

la Chancery #C-77-10W 

This dcy came WUlian 
Sloaa Bowling uA Pitfrida 
Gram B<wittg, ttmmn 
aatr^ires^id ttettteoi>> 
Jeff of Ms pfoceedbig is 
to' 'jEffect tte adoptka d 
thfl'abinre namei intart (s), 
B$ify B(v FS/TA 9tSm 
bf WiUiam flloen Bow^ 
and ^tricU Gren Bowl- 
ing, hu^teid and wile, and 
attida^t tevlng been owde 
and titod ttet E«eM Weft» 
a ^ktoral parMt at said 



euw mn), is a nen- re* 
Wdetf of Oe Sate of Vlr« 
^m. tte li^ known post 
tmm address b^nr VSS 
Leiiy. F.P.O. New Ywk, 
VHmYwk. 



k is tter^cMV Ordered 
mm m w ^mn m 

Urn tn ttiumxf, iMi 



aWM^fi* praMtt Ms In- 

A^^twtej 

jm V. Fionas, Clerfc 

By: Itatti A. Kmneten. K 



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ORDER 

VIRGINU: In tte Clerk's 
Otttee of tte Circuit Coait 
ot ttei City otVirginia Beach 
on tte 1^ day d Decem- 
ter, 1977. 

In re: Adopttoo ot Sierry 
Lym WoottMi and t^up of 
name to Shmrry Lyan^UHit- 
son and adoptioo d KliiAa-- 
ly Ann Wootten and Aange 
of name to Klmterly Am 
Knitfsoo. 

By: Carl ^er Knntsonand 
Priscilla Ann Kn«tsott,htts- 
buid ud wife. 
To: J«dm Ellis Wootten 
110 Lynchbunc Avenue 
Colonial Heights, Virginia 
TUB Aiy eame Cari Ro- 
ger IbntMO and Priscilla 
Ann KnteM, Petitioners, 
and niM'esMled ttettteob- 

£et (rf tUs j^oeeetfag is 
ettect tte adoption of tte 
above named i^Ml («), 
^rry Ljnm Woottra and 
KUaberly Ami Wootten, by 
Carl BioetT Km^aon and 
Prisdlla An n^Mn,kHS- 
band and wife, ud affidav- 
it tei^ be« aade and 
filed ttatJofaMqrSUisWoot- 
w, a nttral par«tt (rf aaid 
cUM(r«^ Jsaam-resitet 
(4tte^Se(rfVii^Bta,tte 
last knom post emee add- 
rws telag: 110 Lyi^lN^ 
Aveitoi, (MatUl H^^tts, 
Virtfi^. 

It is ItaMftM* Or^red 
ttat tte MM Atew EUis 

wommmtuttmvms 

Cwrt on M* t^im tte 1st 
day ol F^wry, IfM and 

w^terwfa^ Ao «irt ^ te-' 
MHMIY tt ^)tod his ta- 
terwrt h Ms ^^r. 
A din' t^: J^B V. Fm- 

^:^A.^«rtBtt.D.C. 

9MlGrai^Me4rt 

lMiMk.VlffMdalS«n 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office ot the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, VA. on 

the 7th day ot December, 

1977 

Leo H. White, 

Plaintiff. 

a^iost 

I&rl^ Katteriae 

TteMn^oo White, 

DeteMbiM. 

The <*}^ <tf this suit is 
to (Main a divorce a vincu- 
lo matrinwii tnm tte odd 
defMtoid, t^ra ttegrouds, 
of nntittikms sqM|ritt(» in 
excess fsS one Q) yeir. 

AM an a^ivit teving 
beM made and tiled ttet tte 
dtfnteat is a ntn-resident 
of tte St^ of Vlifinia, tte 
last known post otfite add- 
ress being: 032 Wett Late 
Drive, Athens, OMrgte It is 
ordered ttat ste do appMir 
on or before tte 27tt day 
of Jamuu7, 1978 and ik> what 
may te necesrary to protect 
her interest in ttis suit. 
A cqqr-Teste: Jote V. 
Fentress 

By: Mtti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty^ Clerk 
Thomas C. Broyles 
Pacific Avenue at 35tt St. 
Virginia Beach, VA 23451 

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Thi9> day cameHenry Wil- 
ey and Dolores Jane Hay- 
nen WUey, PetttioMra, and 
represented that fte obleet 
ot this proceeding is to ef- 
fect tte adopticQ of tte ab- 
ove named infant (s), Cjiris- 
topter Antonto a»tel, ^ 
Hrary Wil^ and DidM-es 
JaM SaynM WUey, tes • 
band nd wtfe, and aftl - 
davtt hntng been nmle and 
filed ttat JewriCUffud 
Shasei, a natwal par^ 
of saki ^fOA, is a r«ri> 
dent of tte State of Vir- 
ginia, tte iMt known poM 
<^^ aditaYss bdng: lOM 
West Oceanview Avenw, 
Norfolk, Viniaia It is 
tteret<H« Ortered ttet tte 
sOd Jewel CUttiml Shaxel 
appear on or tefore tte 
Utt day ot Jannary, IVtt 
and inttcate his attitude to- 
ward tte propmed adopdon 
or otterwise do wtet is 
necessary to pnAect Us in- 
terest in ttis matter. 
A copy toste: 

Jote V. Festress, Clerfc 
By: Patti A. Keenehan D.C. 
MORRIS H. FINE 
720LawBldg. 
Granby k Plume Streets 
Norfolk, VA. 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In the Cleit's C«tice of tte 

Circuit Court (tf tte City (rf 

Virginia Beadi, VA <» tte 

23rd day cS Novemter, 1977 

Cathy Lurenda Allis(» 

Mallory, 

Plaintiff 

against 

Ricky Cterles Mallory, 

Defoidant. 

Tte object of ttis suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimcMdi from tte 
said (tefendant, qwn tte 
grounds at one year sep- 
aratioD. 

And an affidavit teving 
been made and filed ttet 
tte defendant's last known 
pKt office address is 1714 
Beth Road, Richmond, Vir- 
ginia, and ttat (hiedUigence 
has.teN^i ;f«ed to itte oo 
behMfAtjiMifilMftto as-„ 
certafiiv u wtet oomAj or 
corporation tte defendant 
is, without eft^, it is ar- 
dered that te do lyvear on 
or before ^te Utt day of 
January, 1978 and do ittat 
may te necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: Jote V. F«i- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
pu^, Cleit 
TMewat^ Letpil Aid 
Stoclctv 

147 Gtanby Street, Office 
412 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circutt Crart of tte City 

of Virginia Beach, VA., oo 

tte 17tt day of Noventter, 

1977. 

David Jay Weinterger, 

Plaintift, 

against 

Lois Sandra Lemer 

Weiniterger, 

Detendaat. 

Tte dbject of this suit 
is to obttin a divorce a 
nmn et thoro, to te later 
merged into a divorce a 
vinealo mtfrimoidi from tte 
said defndant, qion tte 
grouds of desertion. 

And u affidavit teving 
ben mi^ and filed ttet 
tte defoi&Bft is a non-re- 
sident of tte State (tf Vir- 
giida, tte last known post 
office address tettg: Apart- 
ment No. 908. 1200 East 
Marltoo Pite. Cterry HUl, 
New Jersey, 08034 it to or- 
dered ttet ste do vvear 
on or before tte 9tt day 
of Jai^ry, 1978 and do 
wtet may te ne^ssary to 
latAei^ ter intereat to ttis 
suit. 

A eoi9-TMte: Jote V. 
Fwtrwss 

By: ^tti A. Keeneten, De- 
ploy, Cl«t 
Jerold G. W^iberg 
1400 Viirgiaia Itatl Bank 
Bldg. P.O. Bos 3S33 
Norfolk, VA 23514 

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WDE8 

VIribda: ta tte Gtek's C»- 
fin of tte Cir»^ Court 
dftteCttyot^ifttte 
Ben^, en tte UH day of 
NonnMr, 1977. 
In re: AdiptfM sf 
CtelMpter Aatoido 
anail 

j^ lann Wiley ud 
lansAMltayiiM 

ted Wifo 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of tte City 

of Virginia Beach, VA. on 

tte 1st day of Decemter, 

1977. 

Jessica Sue Dalton Tedes- 

co, 

Plaintift, 

against 

James A. TedesGo, 

Defondaat. 

Tte object of ttis suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
m«isa et ttero from tte 
said defendant, upon tte 
grounds ot desertion. 

And an affidavit teving 
been made and tiled ttet 
tte detradant is a non-re- 
sident of tte Stole ot Vir- 
giiUa, tte last known post 
office address teing: 157 
Third Street. Old Forge, 
P^nsylvania it is ordered 
ttet te do appear <» or te- 
fore tte SSad day of Jate- 
i^ary^ 19lt<andde vtat aaay 
te necestei^ to protect his 
A cqty-Teste: Jote V. 
FeirtTMS 

By: Patti A. Ke«>ehan, De- 
puty, Clerk . 
Timotty W. FiiMdMn 
Suite 324, Newtown Sqnare 
Virginia Beach, VA. 23462 



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mom OF PUBLICATION 
tt tte Clerk's Office of tte 
Circuit Court of tte City 
of Virginia Beach, VA. on 
tte 1st day of Decemter, 
1977. 

Larnr Clifton Dorsett, 
Pkintilf, 
vaiast, 

(^rol Jane Woods Dor- 
sett, 

He criDjMt of this sidt 
is to (Main a divorce a 
vincuto aatriuMmii from 
tte said ddendant, iqion 
tte groolds of one year 
sqiaratioo. 

And an affidavit teving 
been mate and filed ttat 
tte deitedant is a non-re- 
sident of tte Stote (A Vir- 
ginia, tte last known post 
office wklress teiag: 113 
NottingkMi Cirde, Gary, 
Nortt Carolina 275tt it is 
ordered ttat she do apprar 
on or before tte 23rd day 
of Jammry, 1978 and do 
what may te necessary to 
proted hn* interest to this 
suit. 

A MHiy-teste: Jote V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. De- 
puty, Cleit 
Timotty W. Ftochem 
^ite 324. Newtown Square 
VirginU Beach, VA. 23462 

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1^: J«wti ClttlDrd Steati 
1080 W. OeiHNlaw Aw. 
^rttfk.Vtt'^it. 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In tte Ctoit's Office of tte 

Cireuit (kmri of tte City 

of l^rgtoia ^ch, Va., on 

tte 1st day at Dec«ri)«r, 

1977. 

MlkGomex, 

Plattttfr, 

agattst 

Isid(u« G(»MS, 

DelMMlaM. 

Tteo^et(rftitfssaitis 
to ^tott a ttvtvce a via- 
euto mabinMnii from tte 
MM drtndMt, upon tte 
innnds of separMon for 
more than one nar. 

And an attdavlt tevii« 
bite ttifa and filed ttet 
tiwAlSHBM to a non-re- 
8MM'«f tte SMe^ Vir- 
ginia, tte Itst kaMm post 
office aMrass bi^: a9 
Cabeiaj Street, 'tado, 
Manila, PUUiipians tt Is 

Ml Willi !■ ■ il ifc I i *t r ^tak •^■ai^i'i 

onwrea iMvns^DippMr 
on or before tte tM day 
of Jaanary, I97lttddft«tet 
Mayte neeananiY toj^o- 
teet ter inlerent ta tMs 
sutt. 



A eopy-Twte: J(ta V. 

pMlre« 

By: PatU A. Kee^Mn,De- 

^y, Cleric 

Vincent A. BerMtoi 

214Midtown»dg. 

Norfolk, VA 28505 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In tte Clerk's Office ot tte 

Circuit Court of toe City 

of Virginia Beach. VA on tte 

30tt day of Novemter. 1977. 

Patrice Banner Cooley, 

Plaintiff, 

tfatost 

Mldiael Christopher 

Cooley, 

Defeodaat. 

Tte object ot tUs suit is 
, to (Mato a divorce a vto- 
coto matrimonii tram tte 
said defemtetf, upon tte 
grounds ot oM year separa- 
ti(Mi of tte parttes. 

And an affidavit tevtog 
teen made and ffied ttat tte 
drf^ant is a non-resi- 
dent of tte ^to^ Vtaiinia 
tte last known poat (nfice 
address teing: 4M E. Stote 
mreet, Baton Rouge, Louis- 
iana, 77802 it to ordered ttet 
te do ifipear oa or before 
tte 20tt day ot January, 1978 
and do wliat may te neces- 
sary to protect hto interest 
to this suit. 

A ciw-Teste: Jote V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Clerk 
Jote D. Ho(dcer, Jr. 
M2S Princess Anne Road 
Virginia Beach, VA 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
la tte Clerk's Office (tf tte 
Circuit Court of tte City 
(rf Virgtoto Beadi, VAontte 
21st day <rf Novemter. 1977 
Gordon Artter Grover, 
Plaintiff, 

agattit' -^.^ . - ' 
CtarUitiaeAnaXMVBoi*- '^^ - 
Grov^rv ■ . 

Detendtet. 

Tte object of this suit is 
to oMato a divorce a vto- 
culo matrimeoii from tte 
said defondanft, upon tte 
grounds of living separate 
and apart without Ihter- 
ruptton and without cohabi- 
totion, for moro than 
one year. 

And an affidavit teving 
been made and filed ttet 



tte ^fradant to a nm-re- 
sident of tte SUte of Vir- 
ginto, tte last known post 
office address teing: 1700- 
B Barrett Court, Nortt 
Chicago, niinois, 60088 it is 
ordered ttat ste do appear 
on or before tte 11th day 
of January, 1978 and do 
wtet may te necessary to 
protect ter interest to this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: Jote V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Clert 
WiiUam W. Merritt 
1218 Granby Street 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
to tte Clerk's Office of tte 
Cirenit Court of tte City 
of Virginto Beach, VA. on 
tte 22nd day of Novemter, 

itn. 

Donna Lnneiich Christian, 

Plaintiff. 

ag^tet 

Oailto E. Christton, 

Deiendaat. 

Tte object of thto suit 
to to (Man a divorce from 
tte bond of maiTiage from 
tte said defendaM, qxm fiw 
grooMto of cruelty. 

And an affidavit teving 
bnan nnde and ffied ttet 
tlii Iktauksit to a non-re- 
sMtet ol tte Stote of Vir- 
|dMa, tte last kaown post of - 
nee adifress teing: Room 

218, Naval Smiort AOOmj 
Wtellhvtoa and Fluahtog 
Aviite.BrooklyB. NY 11251 
it to ordered ttat te do 
iMMnr OB or before tte Utt 
day of Aunary, 1978 ud 
do wfeat may te necessary 
to protect hto interest to 
this salt. 

A eopy-TMte: Jote V. 
Faitrtaa 

Br. ritU A. KeM^an, De- 
rrClwrfc 

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ORDER OF PUBICATKHf 

to tte Clerk's Office ot 

tte Circuit Court of tte 

City of Virginia h^ab,Vk 

M tte ath<toy of December, 

1977. 

William D. Potter, Jr., 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Karm L. Potter, 

Defitodart. 

Tte object of this suit 
to to (Mato a divorce a 
mensa et ttoro, toter to 
te merged into a divorce 
a vtocuto matrimonii from 
tte said defendant, upon 
tte grounds of desertimi. 

And an affidavit teving 
bera made and filed ttet 
tte defendant to a non-re- 
sidat of tte ^te of Vir- 
0Ma, tte tost known post 
offiM address teing: 1029 
West Capitol Avenue, Sa- 
cramrato, Californto, 
95691 it to ordered ttet 
i(te do appear on or te- 
fore tte SOtt day of Janu- 
ary, 1978 and do wtet may 
te necessary to protect 
ter interest to this suit. 
A copy-Teste: Jote V. 
Foitress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
pu^. Clerk 
Alex H. Adkins 
306 Executive Bldg. 
Norfolk, VA 23502 

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ORDER OF PUBLICA-nON 

to tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of tte City of 

Virgtoto Beach, VA. (» tte 

6tt day at Decemter, 1977. 

Katte Mae (Gamer) ^lelton 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Vernon Lee Shelton, 

Defendant. 

The object of thto stdt to 
to obtato a divorce a vtocuto 
matrimonii frmn tte said 
defendant, iqx» tte grounds 
of (me year separation. 

And an affidavit teving 
been made and filed ttet 
the defendant is a n(m-re- 
sident of tte Stote of Vir- 
ginia, the tost known post ot- 

**rp address Ujiok: 44Z0 Le- 
xington Blvd.. Hollywood, 
Californto it is ordered ttet 
he do ^qtear on or t)etore 
tte 26tt day ot January, 1978 
and do wtet may te neces- 
sary tQ piTpteet htoiiAerest 
iffthissuit ;; 
A copy-teste: Jote V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Clerk 
Glom R. Croste* 
Suite 324, Newtown Stpiare 
Virginto Beach, VA. 23462 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

to tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of tte City of 

Virginto Beach, VA, on tte 

7tt day of Decemter, 1977 

Gary L. Cross, 

Pktotiff 

against 

PrtociUa C. Cross, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to (Mato a divorce a 
vtoculo matrimooU from tte 
said defendant, upon tte 
grounds of (me year s^- 
aration. 

And an affidavit teving 
been made and filed that 
tte def«idant's tost known 
post office address to 1813 
Col(»ial Arms Cirole, 
Apartment A-2, Virginto 
Beach, Va., due diligence 
teving been used by or (» 
behalf of complainant to as- 
certato to which county or 
con»ration tte defewtant to, 
withoid effect, it is ordered 
ttet ste do appoir on or te- 
fore the 27tt day of January 
1978 and do wtet may te 
necessary to protect ter to- 
terest to ttis suit. 
A copy-Teste: Jote V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keendian. De- 
pu^. Clerk 
WiUiam R. O'Brien 
1369 Laskto Road 
Virginto Beach.VA 23451 

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A coiqF-Teate: Jote V. 

Fentress 

By: PatU A. KeeotiiaB, De- 

pi^ Clerk 

Jam«i H. Foreman p.q. 

1600 East LitUe Creek Rd. 

Norfott. VA 23518 

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Bea(tt. VA 2S4M 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In tte Qerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court at tte City 

of Virginto Beach, VA, oa 

tte Mh day of De<%mter, 

1977. 

Debra Irene WUllto, 

nia^iff, 

gainst 

Joseph Q.WilUto, 

Defendant. 

Tte ob^t of this suit 
is to (Mato a divorce a vto- 
culo matrtmonii from tte 
said detteteirt qxm tte 
grow^ (d one years se- 
paratton as Mtn^d bysec- 
tioB 20-91^. Code ot Vir- 
ginto as a m e nded . 

And an affidavit teving 
been made and filed ttet tte 
defenteA is a mm-^aUm 
of tte Stote of Vir^iA, tte 
last knom pitot (Mae tOi- 
reaa tetog: K514 tt3N Av- 
eaaeW^IUini^Ci^, 
mtanto «»9 tt to wdwed 
ttA te do appear en or te- 
fore tte IMi day of Am- 
ary, 1^ aid do wUL my 
te aMMary to protoet Ms 
ta^MtaWs^ 



ORDER OF PUBUCATK)N 

to tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court oi tte City 

of Virgtoto Beach VA, on 

tte 6tt day of Decemter, 

1977. 

Richard Lee Han(Mki, 

Platotitf, 

against 

Lutoa Ateyon Morales 

Ha»>ski, 

Def«)dant. 

The object ot thto suit 
is to obtoto a divorce a vto- 
culo matrimonii from tte 
said defoidant, iq>oa tte 
grounds ot one year separ- 
ation. 

And an affidavit teving 
been made and ffied ttat tte 
defendant to a non-resident 
ot tte ^te of Virginto, tte 
last known post office add- 
ress teing: 51-A Corpus 
Street, West Tapinac, Olon- 
raw City, Republic ot tte 
Philipptoes it is ordered ttet 
ste do appear oa or tefore 
tte 26tt day of January, 1978 
and do wtet may te neces- 
sary to protect her interest 
to this suit. 

A Copy-Teste: Jote V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keendtaa, De- 
puty, Clerk 
David D. Dickerson 
Pembrote Office Park 
Pembroke One-Suite 525 
Virginto Beach, VA 23462 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

-In thejpierk's Office of tte 

Cir^^ Court of tte City 

of Virginto Beach, VA on 

tte 17tt (by of Novemter 

1977. 

Boyd Lee Leonterdt, 

Platotifl, 

against 

Ctoudto Jean Kepley . ' 

Leonterdt, 

Defendant. 

Tte object of this suit 
is to obtato a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from tte 
said defendant, iqion tte 
grounds of dKerti(m or to 
tte alternative one year 
cimtinuous separation. 

And an affidavit teving 
been made and filed ttet 
tte defendant is a non-re- 
sident of tte Stote of Vir- 
ginto, tte tost known post 
office address teing: Route 
11, Box 13 A, Lexington, 
North Candina it is or- 
dered ttet ste do appear 
on or tefore tte 9tt day 
of Juuary, 1977 and do wtet 
may te necessary to pro- 
tect ter interest to this 
sutt. 



A copy-Teste: Jote V. Fen- 
tress 

By: PatU A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Clerfc 
James A. G(HTy 
P.O. Box 626 
Virginto Beach. VA 23451 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATK>N 

to tte Clerk's (»fice of tte 

Circuit Court of tte city ot 

Virginto Beach, VA, on tte 

9tt (toy of Decemter, 1977 

nqrllia Unraine Cradle 

CasoB, 

PlainUfl, 

agaiiot 

Eddie Lee Cason, Sr., 



Tte object of Ms rait 
to to (Atato a dlwrnr^ a 
vincato ■atrtarattU from tte 
raid drtmdH^ lyan tte 
grounds of one year ^ar- 
irtifln. 

And M aflMavit tevtog 
been made and fltod thattte 
MwdHit's last kiovn post 
fmca aiirtes to Ui Itow- 
tsM loi^^i^daBa^ 
VA, and ttrt dan dtUgaMe 
has teen imI te nd « 
baitf of tte |Mmf to u- 
^rt^ to iliM onm^ 
or 



to, wiUKNd effect, tt toor- 
dM^ ttet te do openr en 
or befbre tte 8(» day of 
Jaaaary, 19^, and do idrnt 
may te ne^ssur to ^a- 
ud hto interert tathtosatt. 
A Coiqr-TMto: Jote V. Fen- 
tr^M 
Br Pattt A. Kecn^am, De- 

Tidee^er Legal Aid 

Society 

147 Granby Street, Ofllee 

412 

Norfolk, VA 

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ORDE!R 

Vlrgiida: to tte Clerk's Of- 
fice of tte Circuit Court 
of tte City of Virginia Beach 
on tte 18tt day of Novem- 
ter, 1977. 

to Re: ADOPTION OF WIL- 
LIAM CRAK STYLES. Jr. 
By: Charles Harvey Morgan 
Janice Curry Ctemb«-s 
Styl«i Morgaa, 
Pettttooers 

TO: WILLIAM CRAIG 
STYLES 
6458 Lautrec 
Houston, Texas 77088 
C77-328 



THIS DAY came Charles 
Harvey Morgaa and Janice 
Carry Ommbera Styles 
M(»^n. PeUUoners, and 
rqiresented ttet tte object 
of this pnx^eding to to et- k 
feet tte adoptton of tte above 
named infant, William Craig 
Styles, Jr., Iqr Cterles Har- 
vey Morgan and Janice 
Curry Chamters Styl^ 
Morgan, testand and wife, 
and affidavit teving been 
made and filed ttet WUliam 
Craig Styles, a natural par- 
OBt of said child, to a non- ^ 
resident of tte Stote otVir- 
ftoto, tte last known post 
(tffice address teing: 6458 
Lautrec, Houston, Texas 
77088. I 

It to, tterefore, OR- 
DERED ttat tte said WU- 
Itom Craig Styles appear 
tefore this Court (» or 
before tte lOtt of Juniary 
1978, and indicate his at- 
titude toward tte proposed 
ad(q)tion, or otterwise do 
wtet is necessary to pro- 
tect hto interest to this mat- 
ter. 

A copy-Teste: Jote V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. .Curtto Frutt, D.C. 
WiUtom R. Moere, Jr. 
1108 Maritime Tower 
Noriolk, Virginto 



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ORDER 

Virginto: to tte Clerk's Of- 
fice of tte Circuit Court of 
tte City at Virginto Beach, 
on tte 22Bd day of Novem- 
ter, 1977. 

to re: Adt^UoB of AUson 
Meters Davis 
By: KkMem M. Davis 
Germano and Cterles 
Fraacis Germano 
PeUUoners 
To: Walter H. Smitt 
1355 Meadow Avenue 
Boulder, Col(Hrado 80^)2 
to Chancery #77-1764 



This day came Kathleen 
M. Davis Germano and 
Cterles Francto Germano, 
PeUttonen, and n^reamA- 
ed ttet tte object (rf this 
IHroce«liBg to to ^e^ tte 
adof^ioB ol tte above earn- 
ed infant (s), Alison Metera 
Davis, by K^hleen Davto 
Germano and Claries 
Francto Gnrmano, husband 
and wife, and affi(tovlt tev- 
ing been ma(to and ffied 
ttet IWter H. ftnltt, a 
natural parent of aaid ^id 
(rea), to a nan- feaid en t of 
tte State of VIrghria, tte 
last known post office add- 
ress briag: 1355 Ifandow 
Ave., Bonktor. Ctdo. 80Sa 
It to tter^we (Mend tty 
tte said WattM- H. SnMi 
appear on or b^Nre tte 
Utt day of hmmtf, 19n 
ami Inflliito Mi riltlnda lo 
mrd ttn proponndnispifan, 
or otterwiae do jitai to 
neeeMnxy to ptutect hto 
kMMBt to ttto imMmt. 

AeoBe tnefi 
^ta T. FentTMa, Clait 
ftr gi^A.KeeMteB.D.C. 
Pratt I. Bitter, tt 

Vtt^ Baaeh, Vli^ia 

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Bcembtr 21, 1977 



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FOR THfi 



Cosm^tohglst Assoc. 

^tm0 9¥9ry 4th Tim$, 
Newtown Road 7KH> 





Ih 



A Gift of Beauty 

awattsyouat 

Mr. Gusf's Har Styfrig 

36B Princess Arm Plaza 
VjrgWa Beach • Phone 340-6408 



Business is gm>cl at Pair's pia^ 




Coming to 

HOLLAND 

PLAZA 
Thefin^t in 

^men's and women's 

Hair Styling 



r i j- i j-g- ( y i T'Op' i irg' i g' > T' ( T' » ?' i ?'«ji? «y iJ * ^ ( Tt Tx 



Primness BciaAity Sakm | 

5 exp«ri«iie«d operators 

^% do yMtarday or today 
ttytos at down to EARTH PRIES' 
Man's Ma/fSfy^ 

*AU. WEU KNOWN 
. PRODUCTS imED 
REfNCEN a JMRMACK 





WlUt Oil^qpcr of Hvl's Mm hu b««a ityliai G117 
BHriiM' 1^ «t«^ tt% '^bt tai0«r* iriiU r« 1qoUi« 
fnt^ Itf t'MiH^: KsHes I MM I kirl flty^ • ^ 



rnndvlttBjrAiir 



By aiefli Sei»««rdt 
SUN Staff Writer 



Folks conn from ui over 
to have tfaeir hMr $yled at 
Paul's Place oa IndUs Rl* 
Tor Road. 

Gary Baraes« of Mystic 
Cove Port, Vi^nU Be»cb. 
use to drive in Ironi Ho- 
well. Last Saturday a la- 
dy drove i» from Hickory 
to Have iter bair done. 

Never raisinc kis solt- 
spcdteB voice over tkfr Mow 
(tarer, Panl HoKbes eaiiUin- 
ed, "We never book so close. 
And ve try to sati^ ev- 
eryone, ladies and men. 
Husbands send in tbeir 
wives. Women sspid in 
their bnsfaands, ctaUflren, 
frandpareots." 

Business is (ood liere," 
said Paul, n don-^^Jmow 
wbet&er It's the idltton. 
tbe word <rf montb i|i^- 
tising or tbe^sotHi Ac- 
Mlemy I went to last S^- 
tember, but people know 
we're renUy Interested in 
thek- hair." 

In September Paul spent 
a week at tbe Sassoonadtool 
in CUeaJt^ ezpeetinKtoleem 
tbe well - known geometric 
cut. Instead be found soft- 
fi* bMr styles eom|di>^. 
Inf the softer,.. loo«!KF fish- 
ions in pants and skirts- 



"Fflrrah Fawcett is out. ana 
the »rfter look that's e - 
asy to care tor is in for 
;nen too. Men don't us- 
ually spend as mneh time 
on their hair as the ladles 
do. And Paul shows both 
how to blow dry their hair. 
Re suggests a professional 
shtmpeo and a conditioner 
to keep the hair "moveable' ' 
between visits. 

He's proud that Millie Cul- 
pepper has won the Virgin- 
ia State Championsliip fbr 
haircutting and styling. At 
Paul's Place MUlie pr^ers 
to stjrle men'shalr. "They'- 
re easier to ideese," she 
says, "besides I'm single." 

Every yearteore men have 
their hnlr stytod. TUsyear 
the New Yoi% and Wedge cuts 
are popular. The New York 
is a short even ha|rc«t, while 
tbio Wei^ ta looker and ful- 
lerontop. 

Even tm a iMisy a^rday 
m(H-^ Paul's Place is a 
relaxed and biwdly j^ce 
tot- the family to have their 
hair done. 

On Suftttrdays they areo- 
peta tern 8-1- TwMday 
flmmgh Friday from 8:S0: 
5:00; an^ on "Qnnday tt^ 
are c^m late nttil 8:00. 

A _^ircut, ^kinmoo and 

S^ do(|s your M^ it's 



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• PatU Nichfds • IMtbie Moore • Cindy Piercy 

THAT HAIR PLACE 

im l>oekani Ave:. |«st <rff MiliUry Highway 
across tPftm Ameriaui Hardware, near Cotl4e_ 
Park. \ cflUEeEWtfJT 



H£LiNE'S 

Virginia's 

FmST LADY 





OF 
BEAUTY 

I OpanforMon Tua$, NIta til 9 p.m. 
Styling and HaiK Cutting 
a«5f inN^a Bmi^ ilvd. 
J^Pt«INfeJ(4J^ie6^^ CohMyBk^. 



^^^^Sewco.... 

Pormlagln:. 

hann-PersoBal PevtlowHt 



Skin Cart aai CemeUes 
yon regiinrMMvtoMa, i, JWt 



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J ^L ji MP pi VII iiiii m p 



-< A- 1 m »!-• p » > H>viVTCnapinp^inH^^BWi^MipRpipi|^M|^p 






Serving thB world's largest resort city 

/COTIOh B Two Sections 15 cents 

Piibltaih«d WedriMday for wMk Midbia Df^nriler 28, 1977 




horoughgood House dresses for the holiday 



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HostossM HtMy Baktr, of C ruiwU I Eotd, uri 
hwr, of Filrfl^ dMck ev*r ft* goMt ttst of ft* 



Doors win party at Kempsvllle 






pUce viBMn . rewte^ ^ ten- ttMAr siAooI 
ptrty. In the klnteiftrte • nmad g^^ 




tkovf- 



by 10, qk tp«l»rtil»r 

Witt • pictan o( tiwir laitlvlilMa Ace taMrted. The taces 
flmM 01 i biUMr ol Oouds. 
tod - Mrs. LoMdortaitk's second grtde won witlt pic- 
of HadonU pttted on kud drawn «lv«e. HMe 
>j|tatt«d oh cotton tells 




TkM iMl iowth wiaamrt were 



m • Mrs. Moore's m^ Mule a Chrictaas tree 
frMt tee f>»fl« of jMMi felais i^ (^ tonatea 
Me. tkM« mnr^M^ «| onMaMite ud i^r^U (» 
ttdsoae. 

Sad - Mrs. Chalmers - This class deN<^d &(qpy 

wttb tbree-denensioaal bructes for antlers. 

3rd • lln. YaakBik • TMr door vta Uw ettr tf B^- 

taki« u Tifkood bf oaek itHdent. 

Fiftb and ffiztfa Grade wiMttrs were 

1st - Un, Wna't ^iss witti a ttr^-deneasksal 
Tiev of CMMmi cmntUMi. 

ted - Mrs. twSat'M Omu d^cM a OoMaas b«e 
and ^^Mts vM Saate'c b« M fw ^padring on Oirtst- 
nu tvB. 

Mt - Itin. Hi^»^ daai M a slz-toot Fn»tytte 
I i«n# Iv ^ VritdNri 



Christmas sm'vlcM held at church 



Tvo Oristua Eve Cn- 
dM^ltliV serftoMlriUbe 
hA at tlriinla BeaA Ual- 
tnd IMlMiittat (^nttii. 

raiAwod at tte I ».n. 
«tai«<Mi will be tte (^tta 



WMlejr ClHtfr nder the dir- 
ection of iepx CUrlM. Tbe 
tote ClirlstBias Eve servira 
win be a U p.m. The beach 
fttat Cten^ U loated on 
IM ^reet at I^clfic Ave- 



PaHi(^iatia| in tte Mr- 
Tiean irtll te ttie pufbsn ctf 
the dMo^, &e(v.B««ardVla 
and Rer. Mbai OmaiAfo, 
alM Rev. Se<At Mywu. a 
sMBlMrian at Yale UvWty 
SdtotA. 



On Otfi^ma Oar Um 
dnntfc ti^ oaetf ^ atflf; 
sffilce. W(»^^ iriU be tA 
11 a.B. and Avdiadmrii 

OurlalMts aaMaUy viu b» 
held rt MS a.ai. 



Baach atudants nMiad to "Wto*i Who' 



Tte ivn - 7t edttton ot 
"in»'t wi» Anong ^^is 

U Anerldu Vri^m'sttles 
aad CoUetes" wlU taelnde 
te MMS tf tt A*nts 
^i OM Daniirton Mver- 



ed as b^ anong M ^ra- 
tTf's MMt ontMuitt^ 
euwBs leaters. E^ are 
fTMer Tfir^^ BMCb. 

todeals are Mto^d on 
tfM baali cS thtfr aoiMnlc 



a(^e?Mnwt> Mnd» to m rnak I^Ma Imh^ 9^ 

etauan^y, tedw^i^ to la F. FMte, * ^rt^npfciti 

Mt^nrrictfar MttvitiK Di^ Mnaon, IMiM B^- 

aad litere prtei^. one Noiva. AIh Ui^ 

Mm, Ourdl C. ^nan. 

maHmta naed Ma jrear Ite^cte ^n WM^ ui 

bma Vlfgh^ BmM are SMUri B. 






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^BdKl^l^bAta 



i/isof Toys 



Raism 



y by refjycHng 



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^s reserve sponsored ana 

' supported by local busi- 

1 friends of the 

w, used or broken toys were ac- 
«ifK«ar iBWy ot Jinose used toys were repaired by Ma- 
flUM. M^ rcMnists and refulars. Many supporters 
wn* worksbops for the damaged toys. 



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Tht,1))ys fnr TbtsOwea, Sosan Smitk of Yta^iiiJ* BMch, 
and. MCourt Sgt. Thoms Bsnjamin (1) and Cpl. Ernie 
^qpftrd (r) with little Mistjr Shqipud <tad Larry So- 
tu^,». (OFFICIAL MARINE CORPS raOTO By: 
. SRt. JTiii) )tob«rtsofl) 



i<M«j, eicept for major items such as bi 
cycles, and wacoas, only new or lil^e new, 
toys are soUcitad. The reason is twolald: tte 
toys crew with the program so that rasonroM 
Inc toys were soon completely oTerloaded, «i 
areas now have laws that prohibit distributioB .: ::..;:;,. 
used toya. 

It is IqpMlant ttet the toy a^ just be in new condition, 
birt tfso be w«nn»ed. fUs helps Identify the sottaUle 
Kq« i^ llria or boya fd nrlou i^ eooaideratlons. Gra- 
tnUy, tte mxUl wtltirt ^mcf that preparea reqiMst 
knows wtU ta advance itet sea and ace fr^^ te which 
nmf wm latnrMe toysi tUs terter ta^ iM^ 9m col- 
toetodt(va. 

T^ tar t^U ia i^Mted and ^ Martee Qmt^ j^^rre 
^not e^ect or aec^ aos^ tor tt« pvofnuB. Bow- 
9nr, ea^ jraar anny dMara art entrtMed toM^^ 
gran m&^ eontribattatt tt tta SMWfbttiatMwii aidi, 
1427 Alrmll Aw . VirirfMa B«ch. wWeh Is-wirtrinR with 
the Muim Corps Raswve. The ftin^ are iaed^ buy 
^s tM<^ are co^rtbiMid to the prognm; 



After tte tc^s are colle<ied a pbsm call to M ^rii^ 
Coipa teaerre at 460-1451, 4Se-im wr 46S-1$« w the 
Maitia Air R««nre TraiainK Detadueirt at 444-^16 or 
444-7111 win be all that is raqnirad to arraafe tor pick- 

Toys tor Tots odleetioo poiids in Tidewatw Md Vir- 
^aialtea^arc: 

Juatf ^QWIbc C«^ "Tiqr ^n«": Hie «M Paul's 
biiUdii«, Matfay thraa^ Satorday 

PMnbnike Mall, Itaday thUNCh Saturday 

ne Martae Cmi« Scserre Ceaten ia Tidewater MMiday 
ttraoi^ FxWay 

ToHaitt A Lmie CretHiltenl Anphftioaa Base. Upn&y 
throoi^ Saturday 



Any fire ^tioo hi PortsoM)^, NcniUk and mm sta- 
ttotti ia VliflMa ^aeh and aU sbttMs ta OnM^eake, 
i^wB days a week 

A^ JoUy n^c and &Bbe's AB«te«rairts, aemteys a 
wedc. 

Fire ^tk»s ta Vligiiria Baadi: 

PriiM»M Aaae Pb«a-Conpaaf It, 340-il«); 

fttteaaa AaiaCMMkMaa-CQi^MvS, «rN2400 

Baaeh Baroa^-Compaay U. 4ZI-Z»»; 

moBmofdk-OmtmvlO. 04^m; 

Ooeui Puk-<kimfaf 1, 464-1545. 






#ir« bJood for Chr^mas tiiis year 



la |wr (^natnas gift 
U$t-@Mqd^? 

Hot MJess }«■'»», giv«J 
HMi rai^etty, i^apAes- 
ai«i^ UR Tldewat«> Red 
^^ lU^^kl Blood Pra- 
;CNHk^ %a«iil Hesqa^ 

'af j^^ ttood U the gift 



only yo« can give— there 
are ira stf^tates. 

The Blood Donor Statioa 
at the b(^tal will beopoi 
as Qsul rai Weda^Nlajr er- 
wings this fKmKk, taclvd- 
i^ Dec. 21 and U: The 
tours are 6-9 p.n. 

StBdeats are ^pwciallv 



urged to give during the 
school h^iday. The miitf- 
raHB age is ltii^pu«t- 
tal penataitoi, U wmo^. 
Douan nnut i^^itt least 
119 ponds, ragwOisa ci 
he^. 

Qnriag tte hiriiteya, tte 
aeed far Uoeft alanqs In > 



ereaaes, bat the Mflri>er (rf 
dOMH's asttlly deoreases. 

Doot let tUs area becaugfat 
wiOi its ptats dom.. Take 
an hoar's reat fnn thehol- 
Uay TvA, and do«omethii« 
nice tor your neighbors li 
tiieMBetime. > 



ja al« 
^■^ ^obUa 

Military Cirt 
MaU, IM M. Miuiary aign- 
my. every SaturdaT from 



* JDmm) 'r 

^H^MHaa- 
%l 21 from 




1435 Air Rail Ave- 
oae, ciM) 440-0921, hovrs: 

9 a.m, to 4-SO p,m , Tnes- 



Ra] 

lymuA . 
«• 

»uuS( 

such aa |de plati^ 

leo iooa aad dtaa«r tray- 

and dip. mddlnr and mr. 

contain 

Certain other ite:. 




«d. TWa alun^,, 
M Irat 4^ aU 
ti^irtala mt art 

« AM^m dM«N not 
Aii^iMtt^As. 



Swim and gym at the YMCA 



The Norfolk YMCA Swim 
Gym program tor youth, will 
bagta Jaa. 14tb. Baa traaa* 
portatlni wlU be provided 
from Yirginta Baach and 
Chesapeake to the YMCA 

The pn^ram iaclad^s 
swimming and gymMstie fa»- 



sons held each Saturday for 
ten weeks. All skill levels 
wUl be Uaght. 

Bus pick npa in Virginia 
Beach are at Hilltop Anp- 
ping Center, Princess Tbe- 
ati«, PanlHtike MaU, K«n- 
^ville RoB^uy Sdnoland 



Arrowhead Shopping Center. 
B«s pick ups in Chesapeake 
taclwle Great Bridge. B. M. 
Williams Elementary School, 
Robert Hall VUlage, George- 
town Elementary School and 
College Park Shotting Cen- 
ler. 



Enroll early, 
limited. 



ClassM are 



For registration or add(- 
tiooal iiiformation, contact the 
Norfolk YMCA at 622r622«. 
Claaaea are open to YMCA 
memben a^ aoH-mcmbers. 



Drivers be prepivedl 

^vas atttwM tavot across Ainnica last winter. For 
drtv«nittmatt«wwiBtairae»i|.nnMaaf(tfrt^ cara... 
inilltou tftaUT ^*te...iAi^ cities ttad I9... 
A«»nMag to tta ramer'a Alna^, Ate year's weather 
wlU4be ttm worse ttwn last jwr's. Viil^jria Baach drivera 
shoMM kuw the mys to ta^ fok^ ta tte evMt id a Tide- 
w^ itenn aad (bliwr'a fnm worn of tta haidMt htt 
ai«ia xnw ti^r aaggMttoes ta Mm PeeeBOier yum cA 
Popdu'lleelMnles: 

Nen^ sfkA irheels. Even tor a seeood. It's aptaaiag flat 
^yoaia. 

Salt ybar taU. Alwaya «e otra wtigtt for traction. 
Nli^ ponita el mXt -- tro tim^-five innd b^ ud 
Aw tai pMttd bq^s aeeiK^ ta te Ixmk over the nr^r 
adasboidddottatrtek. ^ 



Dmt pom ymw^ a ttm. Feed ponwa^^lyMMv- 
lauad: Than m wummm iom^rpfw^grflmt^ 
to clear anow fttw fom rattitor — w HA a boikver. 

Keep a atn^p-irtwel attadc. 'tailed whe^ act aa now 
vMn Md^^mi no<Hcea. Av^ Otup tanm. terdytnn 
irite^. 

Wbea fsm ^rt to 0M m ncnr, or even ice, nlease 
teal^ ttt^ fiMttoas of a ae«ad More a MA eonmrts 
to a mta-oot. W<nt8 best at tiow qweda. 
, t«tp moving at a moMvte even speed. Try never to 
spMap, (M'gotooiAo*: 

Gel (tf £at ton^Mkes ta saowatonns. Thoae b% trades 
really tarow it t0 mm Minding clonds of vdiilrtagdry 
snow and wet alaah Oiat toad wind^eMs and ei^ stall 
wipe». 

nsstag luea are ttsaally saovter, m if yoit mart pass, 
warw 'U Fali», asttor of tae ^folar Mechailcs arttde, 
MA down spettt to avoid qte — especially on sq>er Uf^- 
mys. 



Can^sites elosed 



Bea H. Bolen, Commis- 
sioner of Virginia SUte 
Parka, annMaced that state 
parte canpaites closed for 
the wtater season on Novem- 
ber^. 

Bek» noted that ta ixre- 
viotts years eabta reserva- 
tions conld be made bagta- 
ning January 1, For the 1978 
saaaon, however, cabin and 
eanpaite reaativatiooa may 
be Dude bagin^ April 3, 
1978, at 10 a.m. 

Bidea also anhouoced an 
increase in the servici* «•••■'- 
ge tor iadii^tel odito (&■ 



campsite reservations : from 
11.50 to 11.75. There is no 
service charge for reserva- 
tions made in person at any 
atate park which has a re- 
servation terminal. 

Additional inf6rmaticHi on 
location of reservation ter- 
minals or procedures isay be 
obtataed by calli^; (tolt-free 
ta VirginU) 1-800/582-M12 
or by contacting the Division 
of SUte Parks, 1201, ^te 
Office BiUdiBg. Capitol Sq. ' 
Richmond, ViivtaU 23219. 
(Telephone: 1-804/786 - 
2134.) 



Bi$Bn effective parent 



Vha next mrim (rf Pra- 
paiiltan ts* Ptfm^iod nd 
tafut nre eonn« wtil b^a 
thewMkof^. 2. r 

Outm wm be taigtt at 
the Ybgiata Batth atftce fo- 
cated ta theUiM«i%f am- 
Oy SttHMi^ CcMr and at ttie 
TUemte* Ctapt«-- M V. 
Brami^tan An., Itorlidk. 

The ^^ratioa Fm-Au-- 
^ftood Cam» ta ^aHM 
for mftf^MMi eoBfkm arho 
itoalre ^irlalaed iiAimia- 
tion abo«t i»«natal care. La- 
bw and Deltvwry and intaat 
cara. 

The tafant Care Coarse ia 



dH^PEKd to ^tiyide basic 
tastracten ta the care of 
mmw isbMA. It ta(«ered 
Ktaarily ksr Prepared 
CIdldbirth cxa^M and cou- 
pta MrteiiHdtfing iitfant 
atfeption. 



Regtatrafion fbr Vtfginia 
Madi course, - call the 
Yirginta Beach ofttce'at499- 
Eit. 2lhMortolkeonr- 
eaU tht Koitoik office 
at 625-8191. MaA. 242. There 
ta no charts liMr the courses 
and early registration ta en- 
conaged because daas siae 
will be limited. 



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b^ par#Mad hy the 
frlaaAi ol tta VUi^ata Bch. 
Lflanry In* aae tt aU faraa- 
tibMh, tt ma iwnnwirart 1^ 
Wttw €. Kaiady, pr«B- 



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tried to toek for a book 
while atragiJtai to hold oa 
to tt mdaHut. tvo-yaar- 
m wBt «a MMeve, reaHy 
ifpn^ate tUa wSAuA aer- 
vto. MA iHtasd 0iaM 
have itf taairt ^m atroltea 
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The FrieBda of the Ylr- 
^ria Bau^ Lfl^rary, irt» 
are awr cowliif ting ttrtrm- 
drtn, ttw 
itpbiqre- 
ifUfUMt na aarvieaa tor 
the syrtni ttrt ara .ao* 
■mnUy iMtadad ta the u- 
aMi et^ baqiM. 

tie FrtaBte an also BOW 
eoitaettag tooka that «Ut be 
wed ta tMr teok Fair 
aehadriad ta* irid JMury. 
BoQla pott haid-oorar aad 
p^^fh^ca) wiy ba takaa to 
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Lesson learned in 
Mrs, Mercer's kitchen 



First and secMid graders at Court House Elementary 
bave learned some valvable lessons in Mrs. Mercer's 
Utclien. They learned about nutrition, vitamins, food 
groups, and why certain foods are served to ttem at 
lunch time. 

Linda Atkins and Naoi^ Garden, fir^ and sectmd grade 
teachers at Court Hcmse, wanted to tMch Oieir classes 
about nutrition. Tkey asked Cafeteria Manager Elsie 
a lesson "from tlie lady who pr<^res their lunches." 

Mrs. Mercer, wbo has been with the Virginia Beach 
public Sch0(^ Food S^^iees D^iaTfment for 31 years, 
was delighted. She prepared a basic plan which would 
show the children the four food groiq>s and how it was 
necessary for nutrition's sake to have food from each 
group for their Innch. 

Using large drawings the children made, Mrs. Mercer 
showed how tbe (Afferent types of food made up a group. 
She emjAasised the nutritional value of each of the foods, 
and how they all work together in a meal to provide tte 
nutrition each child needs. 

"I was very enthused about the project," said Mrs. 
Mercer, "I th&ik' it stould be done in all schools. I've 
had a ball." 

The classroom nutrition project lasted several days, 
and Mrs. Mercer eq>ressed amazement at the children's 
response and how well they remembered. "One of the 
children in the class was going through the lunch line and 



called out to me that a certain item en his tray was from 
a particular food groqi, " she smiled. 

One of the lessons involved each class preparing a 
menu that would be served at the cafeteria. Mrs. Car- 
dM's class chose fried chicken, gravy over nushed po- 
tatoes, green beans, half an orange, roll, butter and milk. 
Mrs. Atkin's class chose tbe Thanksgiving meal, and it 
was the traditional roast turkey with gravy, dressing and 
mashed potatoes. "But they really surprised me with 
tbe vegetable. They chose buttered broccoli," said Mrs. 
MA-cer. 

Perhaps the most exciting part came when the child- 
ren "nude their own rolls" in the cafeteria. After let- 
ting some dough rise, Mrs. Mercer showed how to form 
a roll, and each child got to "make" a roll. The result- 
ing messy hands and giggles was predictable but fUn. 

The two classes finished their nutrition lessons with 
a tribute to Mrs. Mercer. Using their large drawings 
as costumes, and with a little help on the pnqis from 
Mrs. Atkins and Mrs. Carden, the children pr^ented 
a play entitled "Mrs. Mercer's Kitchen," which was 
videotaped to the delight of the chUdren and Mrs. Mercer. 

Food Services Sq>ervisor James Ratliff voiced appre- 
ciation for the efforts of both teachers and Mrs. Mercer. 
"This type of project gets the kids aware of wkt's going 
on in the cafeteria and develops a new awareness of what 
it takes to prepare the meals," he said. 



To 
the 



a ntt team a pUe iii4siB0kt Hn. Hireiff ti^s 
traders td NtM^ G«^^ to *plMh (^ a bit 



and fmn tt ia jmur haada." He Uds delightedly <&t ia. 





Using iMr newly gained taMvledgt about nrtritlM, 

food gnnps are used in Bie sdMOl's lunch program^. 
Shushan Caaoo nanrates tbe play, wUlc (left to right) 



stndeots Chris Lawrence, Gigi GaUiv and Ginger Flwa 
^r^y lood iagredfaMta to be usad in pr^«ri^ ameal. 
So the otter stadents of Court House eould learn about 
nutrition, tte play was video-taped. 



:< Seeoad gnder C^rUe Saltti pati Ua dm«h late shape 
•Z'X':. iMle Layfayette Davis raachea far Ua faoap. Tie Coart 
>*t' : dMot Mritioii aad e^eeially the bre^ group ttom Caf- 
<t< atwia Ifaaager Eltfe Mercer. 



Aa the flaale to ttelr lesaoe abont antritioB laaraed 
iKNa Mrs. Mareer, tte first and second grade stnd- 
eati of Coort House Eleraeatary acted out how various 
foods eombim toto a meal. Ia the pUy ratitled "Mrs. 
Mercer's Kltchea," "cook" Seilla Beffii«ton apns die 
oven to find tte "co<riced meal" - Jim Pirrot 



Meeting held 

The next regular meeting 
of the Parks and Recreation 
Commission will be held on 
Wednesday Dec. 14, at the 
Virginia Beach Recreation 
Center, Room 113. 

The annual rep9rt of the 
Department of Parks and 
Recreation will be present- 
ed at this meeting. 



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Tte Red Citffis will te of- 
fering two babysitting cour- 
ses beginaing tte first week 
in January /fpr junior high 
age youth thb are interest- 
ed in becking Red Cross 
Certified l^tabyaiiters. 

Tkt oograaa an <toigned 
to tMch yootli toe teaics (d 
ddld carfe so they are bet- 
ter qualified to htiqrdt in- 
fante aad small children. Red 
Croas babinitting mrtlflca- 
tes will te awarded to par- 
ticipante. Ttere Is ao charge 
for tte courses. 

Tte Noriolk courae will 
te tea^ frma Jm. i-M 



at tte Tidewater Red Cross 
611 W. Brambleton Ave. from 
4:30 - 6:30 p.m. 

The Vii|[ittia Beach class 
will te teught frt)m Jan. 9 
Feb. 6 at tte Virginia Beach 
Office attlieUnited way Fam- 
ily Service Crater. 4401 
South Blvd. from 6 to 8 
p.m. 

F(»- recjUAntion call tte 
Voitolk^omix at 625-6791. 
«it. 242 or tte Virginia Beach 
office/at 499-2311. ext. 261 
Eariy regi^ratiflQ te m- 
couraged because class sise 
wlU te limited. 



R9dlddnt8 head alumni 






Fiour Virginte Mat^ re- 
sMente ham bea tiected to 
h«id tte Virginia Wesl^n 
CdUage Ataiai Asaocia - 

Ttey are: Dndd Wdfram 
•73, ^«sident; Stover E. W- 
Iteri *75, vice-pr^dMt; 
H^ J. TflpviU^Wr "K, 
fetrctery; aad JiniM J. Ra- 
pa '71, iauaediato past {r%- 
chteat. 

Btected to m»-jmT 
^rms oa V» Alun^ Con- 
di mre: Jdte Mulfnid Xti- 
m, KorMk; Ik*. Mb- 

Miv R. AIttti'7^ Wi. 
giida B«cfc; Riiterd'B. Pvl. 
ley, ^Wy '74. BamptoD; G 



of toe^^ms^^flrM 

Mid to Mteth 'tavt a 



Micteel SteltoB '76, Be<tt>rd; 
aad flk^^ A. Northtnn '77 
Chesapeake. 

Tte 22-m«nter Alumoi 
Council te Vx steering ccn- 
mittee for tte fuU VWC Al- 
umai AsMetettoe. 



Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd 
Cecil Williams, Jr., son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry 
Jote Williams HI, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Rotert 
Selkowits, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald 
A. Stiles, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis 
Edmond Cravener, s(m; 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael 
Hugh Smith, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Marie 
Matthew Romano, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick 
James Goin, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Uaate 
Keith Lidir, sm; 

Mr. atHl Mrs. 
Mitchell Austin, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman 
Edward Davte, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Terry 
Lee Spencer, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Midiael 
William Trask, scm; 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald 
Lee JarmM, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael 
Lawrence Kane, daughter; 



Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Steward Rodgers, daughter. 

Mr. and Mrs. Willie Landon 
Auzier Jr., daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rand- 
all Branson, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. ^mes los- 
ei^ Peters, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Miles Stecy 
Williams, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Ttomas Ham- 
pton Dameron, daugUer; 

Ur. and Mrs. Mark Fabi- 
an Bergman, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Daa George 



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Emmett Terry, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Edward 
McDaniel IH, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Ricterd Lee 
Jdmson, son; 

llr. ajid Mrs. James Les- 
lie Dudley, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Brown, 
daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Porter 
Haynes Mason Jr., son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Rahn Allen 
McLawhorn, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. William Jo- 
se|)h Nolan, son. 



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Carpirtry, roofii«, ^Mg, worn aAtttwaa.^m w- 
4towt ui <toers, ite^teg, Metric, (xmcr^e twrk, 
^I^VlMteriflg; twiiMi« IdtehMS aad b^lffoom, 
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• C88NEWS 

flb NBC NEWS 

• MOVIE 'Kidrappad' 1938 Wvrw Bai^, Fr«M* MMtamaw. 
T|l« of Scotland and England in ttw 1760's. (1 hr. 30 mln.) 

m OVER EASY Guest: Haian Hume*. 
i LOVE LUCY 



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SOOMGRPYLE 
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«DICK CAVETT SHOW Guast: Julian .Myn^. mMvx. 
HOQAN'S HEROES 

• ORAL ROBERTS CHRISTMAS Sf*«:lAL 

• THE LIFE AND TIMES OF GRIZZkV MMtM 'Tfw CMca' 
Adaitw nnjat laacti a youngstw Itw painlutlMMW (rf aMMMg Map^ 

dMf to go fraa. 

• EIGHT IS ENOUGH Dear Miss Dinah' Tom cMMa^aiVairii^ 
in the hometown Jovaiom colunvi, txil Ions t» coot wiandlUfllta' 
EtzaDettt asics it aha should take 'The n: 

• taucback 

• andy grtfith show 

• WOOEHOUSE PLAYHOUSE 'The Tnrih Atxwt OMraa' A shy 
voting man with a stutter Is hindered trom dadaring Ml lova tor • 
fast-taking girt and goes to a soeciatist whose advice leade to a 
few cofnc complications. 

• IX>RIS DAY SHOW 

• THE CBS WEDNESDAY MGHT MOVIES Mad Brf' Atax Karraa, 

Suaan Anspach. Appeaing lova sibry about a huMng wraallarwtWM 
bixane Irte In the r««g has Ma maaring unti he meets a wanMn «4io 
sees him as a warm, senailiva persor> instead o( the botM >AMn' 
who arouses the tans' fury. (2 hrs.) 

• THE BLACK SHEEP SQUADRON -The 200 Pound Qorib' Burly 
Chief mechanic Sgl. Andy Mkicin's dMka of al ollioen ia «o wal 
kno«vn that whan he ia profnoted to Wanwit Oflioar ha la at a ioaa 
for wxds, and, in tryatralion, 0oaa on a rarapaQS wlSi Ms Ma. 

• CHARLC'SAMOB-Stiuda Ranch Story' The waaHhyowwrot 
a posh dude ranch hires Satxina, Keiiy and Kits to find out which 
of his guests is a klar. 

• DANCE M AMEHRA 'Choreography by Balanchina' Part I. 
Members of the accWmad New York Gty BaM pariorm three 
sotactlons from George Balanchlne's 'Js«wis' and oonduda wth 
Slra wi wh y's 'Violin Conoerto.' 

•roe CLUB Queata; Dean Merri, author, former reaaarchsoianiBt 

JaiTNH imahan. 

• POLICE WOMAN -Death Game' Pepper la 
vengalU phone calar toys wMh her in a aarlta ct 
cat-and-mouse games. 

• BARETTA H Goes With the Job' Tory e^retiB is maifcad lor 
by holdup man Vic Jackson Mar the (MadNa slaya 



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• THEROCK 
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jItne CBS LATE MOMCHatMi Hva-O' Anobeeuaskopttaapar 
'toeomaa Vta catalyatin tie aaaassHetfon pMol an Iren Cudato 
dofecto ICoiak: Betara the Dawl Knoi*' Tha suvtMns htf of a 
cat-biniw taarn baeomaaa target (or i«i owrtlsnie. in wklion to 
Ma IMHt buigfary widim. a profaeeional Mhr M tha pofca. m 
•TMrRMSHr SHOW Queat host: John OmidKm. Queaia: Oaroi 
CMnMNk Bnm Jermer. 

•imMKYANDHUTCK MVSTBIY OFTHE W^( STALKY 
MiBHOTOH-'Caiitain Dobey... You're OiMd' A corrupt induaW alst 
ordaraiha axeculiM o^Capl. Dobey amtMelaial^. MYSTEffir OF 
TMBiM^-'Mr «« Ma. and VtaeaiUatarttMardar^ An mogant 
rock ataar is loo«Fi«aff hlla tmWfu a m 'm' - ^ ' 

• M^ The Oaaperadors' t9« ItaMdbDft Soott, Glenn Ford. 
Gunman rides into town to stage a hoidip lor a banker, but fall 
in low wNb b«*ar's cttughter and dacovers sharm la pal ha grow 
wwllh. 

•TOMORfXJWHod: ToQiSnyder. Guests: Norm N. Mia, NawYortc 
dte jockey; VMMcCky. simac^ljou Backer, lounder of the famous 
derm palace, Roealand; hualle dancers. (R) 



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ONC^HNM ACIABSIC The Legend of Robin Hoo<SMI«b r 
Twelwe raHg RManil aacrt% rdums to &igland and aMel» Ns 
aneniBS. R ot i nwpea a a ftaiwpoatarwhokBatflhaailwp. StraaTa 
ririer MM an old pR]ptia». Final Epiaode. 

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•HAWMIIMN> The pepriMon ol HenoMu ia ««ite«dad^ 
a d^ue arbdiaM laumvmmi skdanto wbo^ aw tf tiaar a phony 

iMRlioMBr vpoieii ■wiMai Of wnsaatinpMaraMm 



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• WHAT REAU.Y HAPPeCO TO ItC CVMB UP '66 ' Vhe Ci«aa 

Q»«t Oarocand Hehaid StanMy atar. 

•FORSYTE SAOA Birlh o* a Fortyta' Irene givea birth to « boy 
a^ aha ai^ Jo baooma robnmiataa. Soamaa ramarriea and Hoiy 
ffl^prlaa V«l Dahia. 

• ••NEWS 

• 0000 NEWS 

• TmTcbS UTE MOVl Eaj^ Over London' IS" Vwi 
jotMon, Fradartek Slafbfd.aaM on actual world war I avajMi 

the alory ia about a ipadM a*«n 5!!!S!|*» »2li*I!} 
Mfcrtas the Brltiih Amiy by donrfcg tha unlloimi «« 



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StBCflSTB Of* MIS 
•AQQV fiANTiANC J}K ■tffV^nn 
ABC SHORT Stor LS "My Dear Unola Shartook' A 

M-ftanM boy, uaino of dadubltaa reasonina he has 

da<#)p* tf in playing Shertook Hoknea gamas with 'r 
UfVfigjt^ ^ 0*" community. (1^) 

• MMW. 'Prince vatumi' 1954 James Mason, Ja«wt Leigh. The 
gotdeh age' of Viking advanlures come alivv, based on the comk: 



.1 THE TONKiHT SHOW Guaat hoet John IDwWeon. Guaata: 
tenadalte Palara. John Sdwdt, Kip AddoHa (oomadlan). 

STOWY-'lHriaerorinr Atiutice Datsr i t i ladbcouragedwlth hianawl^ , 
unB aoma unaKpactad oombit gMa him a new P«5?««. 
THURSDAY MG?frSPEClAL^Tt» louPj^JV^J^' Lola 
Fdina Civstal GMria. the anoliona. Kt> Addolta. (R) 
tfHMU^IflMarFbOTBAU CUSSIC Univeraity of Marylwd 

vs. Uniyatsity of Mkmaaota 

• TOMPHBOW Hoet: Tom Snyder. Quest pawd Br^nnar 
(con t a dl a n ). 




AVENUE KIDS 

'AND Host' 



Dick dark. 



mr M^TEH MAQOO? 
^OOIBAU LEAQUE QAME 



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• •news 

• ABC NEWS 
■«UNMBE SEMESTER 

• fNCK VAN DYNE SHOW 



SCBSNEWte 
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NBC'NEWS ■'? 

•MOME'AChrMmaaOansI' 1936 RagMd Owen. QaneLoolii| 
Ad^gWIan of Otdtens- daaak; about tha iMaerty Mr. Scrooge. (Inr. 
30 mm.) 
• OVER EASY Gueat: Mort 8aM. comadM. 

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• MACNa-UMRER REPORT 

tdOMMPYUe 
ADMI12 
TACKLE BOX 
MAHANA 
OKK CAVETT SHOW Quaet: Joeeph Pipp. fiaaira prattiCf 
«a llDun*r ofJNN^ Yoili Shakespeare NA(* 

•SSeWlS^NQHT MOVIES -The BMa' ISae OMnrg* C. 
Sod!. FMw OToole. The Ikt epic rsoounHto alMy of mans 
oqaSon, N» IM, M suyfMi of Iht IkMd and Na Momilabis faith 

Iplmi LinU OnUMMBI *(>YAnaiitaplBd^fMnM Kon^ 
to Batftshafn and antwa at ttia QHII 



6:30 



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7:00 



» Dick Powal, Debbie ffeynoids. 
^icUve custody of vagrant girt over 



WORLD OF AMMALe- 

Ctyivntaa Carol' 1951AlestairSim,K6thleenHBrri8on, 
ofthetamousstoryofthamanohanoadbythespirits 
of CMakiM iaat, Prasant and Future, (l hr. 30 min.) 

AGfTFQRaRANNY 
NFLQAMBOFTHEWEEK 
NAUQNAL FOOTBALL LEAQUE GAME 
VALLEY 
aPORTS SPECTACULAR 'European Figure Skating 
,' tramHUamki, Frtuti'. 'NatkMHri Skateboard Speed 
^ ^,; ttom Akron, Ohk). 

• ACHMilMASCHU 

• ABC'S W»E WORLD OF SPORTS 



EVENING 

• NEWS 

• M PERPORMANCE AT WOLF TRAP The Nulaaoker' Andre 
KdaMlvtab: eondijeia the Natkmal Symphony Orohaairt m a 
nradudkin of TchaJkovsky's dassfc:. The Nutcracker.' British 
•cfaMRoNM MeClAMi^ Ml narrils varsM 

MMltonorvd hoiday fatway. _ , 

• WOVE-AMMtCaMPeler' 1966 Rtohard Todd. Jean Palara. 
tiiMi alorv of Palar Manual from hia aniMlln Amarica from Sooltand 
to aBanj CohmUa Thaototfcil Seminary to hJa bekig named 
ONpMn of the U.S. Senate. (2 hrs.) 




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„ JCtTYTHATFQROOrABOUTCHRISTMMAnanimriad 
HtMlat iMcfi Mlj the atoiy of a town ffiat toat to tove wfien ttoat 
teMirltof Chrtafenaa. 
mm. 77 WN(Hip of today's toolbM naen. 




iHK HAW Quaata: Johnny Paycheck, Mel SIraaL 
WRESTLMO 
LAWRENCE WELK SHOW 
MARSHALL EFRON AND CHRtSTMM Tha hunorist takaa a 
HfOiiic look at the hiatory of ChrMmM iradllona and 



•%A8»IMIT0N MiSLMRSySL 

«Mqh iaia «ia atoiy«f a town 9iM tod Ha Iowa whan It kMt the apirtt 

d'Ovfalmaa, 

• -IHE FOURTH KWO The anirnalad the Icradaae a wwirtirM 
alar SmI laMds ViaMi to the mwQar in BaMahem where Stay dhndMr 
aomdhingimpertant Hat waamiaalno kpm their iMa-iova tor«na 




• WAU STREET WBEK Hod: LouH Rilceyiar. %adlno kvJ^ 
M* Quaat: Morton SMBliaa ftwaMorJn 

ttaywd W.1hy1 <M »ty -rhd tftti aW^ 
deeper ineaning of Christoiaa.' 

8 ORAL ROBERriiS CHRMWAS SPECIAL ^ ^ 

JOHN OENVBR ROCKY MOUKTAN GHMNTMAS 

SkvsrKMntooaar Jdn Damar dara in IMS hoMay aaaaon aiMd 
with tuiflwd stare VdartoHaipar,OMaNewtongohn and oomadton 
Steve »«Bmn. (R) 

• VnspiA Wffi( M REVEW 

• 700 (PLUS CHMSOMMI Sf^^AL Quedi: Recprdhg Artete j 
CalMeTaytor. Roger W|ee.8tl«HwteBooeahda.;fofeftoed ' - 

• OiNCY Whan an adMd pried, Mitown Id Na cruaa^a againd 
p o m^ira p ty, is found dead d a heart attack in a prodltda'a 

' m, Qtfhcf auapeds a porno pdHsher d eomplolly In tha 



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ndidi and Vi|i,iNidd aa wa appntech WTS^ 
•HRMaUNEf^WltemF.Budcky.Jr.-AdaPdhnrAHaNlian 
<todft Adnlrd IJiiiid Vaaay ti*»«fl. Ll Qovamor 
I Ooa and Qan. FradHck W^aiAUa Anny (retired.) 



A CHRISTMAS C&EBRATnN From the Ctoidara MMaum In 
NtiwYort((^dddnidiarttiiwl»diamu8karild*d<3|ddri^ 
TtwHDWrawiMfMqfvaaaginiiiHaiounipariQrmaoaruqua )Aaaaoe 

Wmtm mmm mm^ dagnMad ptm^ • 

conMd«i or. Hartay Iltd mdm Mm the taiod tor a pte4Mdii*iO 

• IHlaOMC WOMAN "Sii^ JdRM' Jaime poeea aa a nun to 

iCKMvar a ainuggkig Ills- m 

tIBiV atUHMtl ONMIMAB SPECIAL 
GHRiStMAB AIKNMD THE WORU) IMa an»«oirffrMwn 

amkm&m^im &# MtetMNdni trom flva oariKMnte. 
fid id ift i o n s Itom BdMdte^ mmim. Wter 2i d dtd. 'SdlNim 
a ^ajrtajtt Bfai. the Ldf* V|ilay and Jamaica are broadMd trom 

iMeUDtAY M M&Oim.AND 

• WrVE QOT BiCH OINER Shiart daddaa, wih Juc^ 
am»in«emM, IM he ahoddnl go thnugf) Ma wMnd dtead 
iryifV to fuM tm dream, ao ha quKi Ma job to become a 

mfS hnmtm ^^ ^ 

• THE JEPPERMNB Whan Lodae daopvara, thd Qaoi«t haa 

aaerjdiM MadBt afvl rnoney to h rnyatariiwa addraaaj aha 
I him tolM dit why and ia ihodwa by did die aaaa. 

• NBC SATURDAY NMHT AT.TWMOMBS In Saardtd NMh'a 
Aik' 1976 Narrator: Brad Craodal. Dramdie ra-anadmant d tha 
dblcd dory d Nqah and tha grad flood an^ Mudaa a gaograpNod 
pidia d MoiM Araid, on ^iiihlch the ailc ia bdtevad to have ooma 
to raaL (R) (2 hrs.) 

• STARSKY AND HUTCH Utlte Girl Lod- A 12iiear-dd girt 



BLASC PCf»PecnVE ON Tm nEim 
HALM WU«RSON AT MB£»YLAND 
NEWS' 

• THE TOMGHT SlOW Quad hoefc John Davtoaon. Gued: Vtelor 

Bueho. 

tiPORTSWEQC 
TANSBWi iom f%ridB aate vs. Tens Teoh. Udvenity 
•^CCBS UTl MOME -MASif.- ABteditotMlnsptnna fads 
waiieeBwr nia ie uori|j iM a i i i r wBtoariB ii aw K^je »rwmaiawooy»ia 
dM waasto poMda 4 'Tlia MdldM fhw' 1989 Dan RowaK, 
tXok MdSri. A pair d tIriHnduls iwd-dod n#i)d8 appear to be 
w a » a( ad i > d i. .(l^ 

• tARETTA 'TMs SUar Mil No Cduato' tooy ia ooMNinlad Oif 
anni^Mtonunwhanma dhar rted Mde is inuniind to keep 

S^lSENUIr SfSuM-^d: Pd Boona. Quads: Dd3% 
lRajh(ioMrtaniyindd)dsaingChrial|iaajiafds.plusPhoabe 
SnMr, AMnon, \0» and mnar. Oawid'Satea. 



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Ordttltra and ihe TanglaiNOdl FMliwd ClMn»'0nHad f {JT^gflm 
d Ohttaknaa muaio ran^ iRini trSdMand drak to^Mpdar 
mdodaa. FdtfMtlea and up dlh^a skig-dong and a auntifca visit 
fnm a vdy iinportid cuaii 
• THE TOffYRiMDAJL <HOW Beverty Qiirland guad dara 



an aggreeeiM and nuMy radtaf who aMrts Mo^WaSd'a Me Bia a 
aaaaond hurlcane and demands Ihd ha sal his houae. 

• THE LESSON _ 

• KOMK RkMaOantorld. die dKOiak'a datedlMa, lacaa tha 
loughad caaa d MC career whan ha toes to prove Cougftfn, his wife's 
dvoroa km^ysr, la rMponaUa for Miing an araonid to bum up his 
bod in order to dtadi Ste bMUrdwa. 

•THE LOVE BOATTha Old Mn. ha Runaway atoning WIQaer, 
'A Ffia Romance' atantng Anaon Wfms, 'The Pdntera- daning 
Arte Jdmaon, Pat Mdlta.- 

• PBSIIOVC THEATRE -PMdora'a Box' IBM Lodae Staoka. 
FMt Kortoer. A nawapapar edMor bdriendl a flowar gH whom he 

a danosr aa a praluda to an unhappy mantooa. (2 



•jmMESAT 15 -FadandLooee'.MmeeQeteadH^hftdid«ery 
brtef irdMton into a lantaay worW d MBteflr#aMa«eK «M»«iMi 
ctaaanwta «id prwkaier lias Mm toGMtomia, wfcaw, 3.600 tH a s 
frm heme, lie deem world is shMewd. 

• BARICV MtXBt The Bank' An odMBedcSwicieaMB a 
deMbence when ha towna Ihd his depoAda ipeeiattadmeded 
benk has been aocdentely rdned. 

• A CHLD'S C»M8TMAS M WALES AciarefWm tha Ndhmd 
Thaalra d the Oed fflima a aeries d nortHgc, yd coMto itaaBas 
in ihdr^i^dnmBfizalion d Oylsn ThMM^ poaM daaeMhBNs 
boy(«^^H| ^Ts Mm^^arkWHHlfta^^ 

Kramer 
•CAHTWM»U»nW>lyy»ndda.Oid fty« 9 dCurt (aspaBd 

Chrtolmaa Em in jaU ^ • dkptfa mar a hdUay Itoan gate ed d 



ft» 



IftOO •BARNABYJONES^oidteiMlytaudarupteandakMngoccurs 
whan the 0rt who toggaradte laud rMOpaart div • lhasayeer 
abaanca, and Bameby 'm iau#t in he niM» beeauae d Me 

with one d tt» prInqpitB . a pcrwer CaMorMa 





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• Horniooe 
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• BIMBI SRCNDS 

• Minoun 

• POPn*, AMD BUQB BUNNY 




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• O0N8UMM SURVIVAL KIT 


6:66 


• aCMOOLHOUSE ROCK 


6:66 


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K^ttE AND DIANE t^Wf SHOW 

• NEWS 

AiKNEWS 

CHWTMAS SPECIAi. TO ^M3U 

MEW8 

• CHRISTMAS EVE BROAOCMBT 'A SaNoa d i.aaaona and 
^ida' From Iha Ptoa Urited I K l hodd Otwdi In 9m ftanciaeo, 
UM. Tfie Rav. NdUiiro kndantPMtor d the Pine United, wl 
daftdr tha aamnn diirino tM MnfMl aarvloa. 

• THE BOUNDS OF CHRI9N9wtW Heefc Dee Seydmaen. 
Gueato: Haity MancH, Motor Bm«w and Iha cHoir d St CIwIm 
BomMM ChuKh, Lpa,At«daa. M) i 

• MOVK 'One Man'a «^464 Don Mway, Diana »Mand. 
Bo9d|lhy d Nomwn VIncad Pade, his raigtous oonvtettons and 
praaicliirn. (1 hr. 30 min.) 

• CHM61UM. ROME 1B77 IM OteWrdte MkM^ MiM torn 
SL Pdd't BaaBca In Vdtean Qly. Tha Nuqkal odadtnl wB be 
Papa FIMI VI; «w nMic wB be by IM SMina Adn EMkh tenguaoa 
ud iwiwdtey «fl be by Fatiar Aortolia Andiew, 0/M 

SHOCK CONCERT 
MOnr'QodxBa vs. BioMc Mdiltei^ W6 (1 hr. 26 min.) 
MOVK -Man From Idarbd' (2 hr«,) 



Sunday 



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PU OLUB-TALK AND VARIETY 
FORUM 



OMPELHOUR 




• r *-«•*« 




Th*V6ui 
anvironmani 




10:30 



10:46 
10:6S 
11:00 



• PRIDE 

• SANDY'S CLUBHOUSE 

• SttAMiSTRST 

• PAftH P0R LIVMO 
~ REV. LEROV JENKINS 

JMMSERJAW 

I SCHOOLHOUSfc Hgi;K 
^ CHRWTMAS AT WASllHOTOH CATHEDRAL U« covaMi 
of the Ollttna^ Pay i>gipy..lrom the WaihngWn Catltetti 
(Prdedeht Epiaoopd) miliMMngton. D.C, The aemwn wB.ffl 



m 



oreadted by.1)ean Franda B Seyro Jr 
■ GREA 



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GREAT GRAfC APE 

• ATLANTA CHtlRCH SERVICE _ -^ ^ 
11:30 • FACE THE ♦V^pON Quad; Patttaa M. Denan, .. . 

sidaiy o( SteteW Human RK^ and Humanitarian Alteira 
AMMAL8. ANBIALS. ANMALS 

• ITUOIO'SEE , 
11:66 • SbHOOLHOUSE ROCK 



AnfRNOON 



12:00 • TUB IS^ NFL 

• MEET -THE Hl^ Qu«« Rfr. ^leodore M. Hedwgh, 
INikiiM d tie UMMdIy'cd N(*e Deihe. 

• ROUSiSUrattTAR 



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Cits IMMo Bnm* «•. Qewsiwid Cayaiers 

^ UPONA^iMNdTlwtwianddRobinHoed'GdNda 

Twslvaj 1^ Achird aeeriMy nrtims to &i0toid and«ilKl« l# 
anania*.fttbifi4Nto«iaffwiR«»dd«hotdtedthe{Hah^,arQuy'a 

" »«Ba»o«.pnMtocy***i^<>*' . 



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•MuacorSWMMi 

• 1S77 MiM HWMJ9H1S 

• MASTWPi^ THEATRE % QaudUl' Bptoode Sav^n, thiadi 
d Hdwarf TlaiMua ffaa aiMy hU feign jMhM^nn tMs wNto M 
flsdpawerm the eiftiiNpa^sa to l^m i . tiii co m ma n der d tie 
guard. IJvia r<iKNiidMwWt<^wiua and praaenta hhi M«t an odd 



1:S0 •^■EOAt OmSWM SBemst K spedd CWdmu Eve 
CandaigHI aarvjcia^ wSh itwde and^inw, nd wi hHve been hdd 
»f pf«MtouB r^pl^lM f^,lMatfMB«wdM Owdt m Evandon. 



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SKPUNGBI OlMldBia TIME» 



MOV« tMdiMM' 1066 QdidOh MacRae. Shday Jona|. A 

S young oowboy'B gUMMd goes to aidanca wNi a Mrad hand wd 
9m M In love, Ihw crartng a bitoriiM*y bdaiaen tha two mea 
JK1NK3R DAVIS C»> FMALS The top Irriiimdiond mdfrMior 
Stayer* Jnm ^ cowMee eompato inddOavii^Hplartriia fiiasln 

SlMte baU to Mia^ SdNii on {^dhnber 19. I 
MOME 'AHoktay Affair' 1947 Robert Mitohum. JandLa^. »ory 
9f a Mr vMow wNh a smal son who has to choose between tsto 
^tom. (1 hf. 30 mla) 



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3^ PP^^A BOW. Pen»yfvMia ^to IMversHy vs. Arizorw^ato 

MMTBIS 

ANQLEY MRACLE (O^USAOE 
OPTHtWWJ 

mm ^^ 

IIMUMCHfSF 

A hMpmaSS M mew SMMND ^ SootiCongregdidid 
tihurd) ki i^ileid, Mm., ie M AMng fd dNnir Madi oompOMd 
1^ Leonani KiMe. WItam F. BudMy,: Jr. Idradueea Im 

dPREV^AL 
, JaRKNaEBAPT»rCHUK»iSeRMC« 

rUdME 'BtetoltoBead and tie t^ddan' 1971 BI^Murw. Bwiy 
rtobtAtt: A gi^jp^d prdjtomtooya feom a rdich-camp saliNit to 
free «MM cvtve buMto MrmMad to be shot tor ipdt ^ 

• MMMM STORY 

• WW IfdRLD OP TRUTH 

• Ofi THE QC^>6. HOUR 




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^1 li/^HHALL EPRON AND CHRISTMAS 
6:30 •CSa NEWS 

"IWILOIOMQpOM 

I EVEMNfi AT S YMPHON Y A MI4sngli partormanca ofHandsf s 
Vesaiab' indudaa lie Boston Symphony Orchaaba iMteK lie 
dredton d guad ediduetor Coin Pavia and the TanglewoodFealvd 
Chona coridudad by John Giver. 

• FAITH FOR UVMQ ce-€ 
7:00 • 60 MMUTIS 

• THE WOMHBVU. WORLD OF DISNEY FtomAldttl to Ai ^ 
d You' A spaoidalKWrtDon Chridmas prooram hod«l bif JMny^'O^ 
CriQkd and tealurhg audi famoua Disney diduters aaOnOMia 
Snwt Whto, Oondd [Xick, BarnU, Ptwcchto, Pdd IHn did cMp 



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Janm Am«w, B« MiHw SliM. S«aB of • tarnly'a RiOM waMiMrd 
' »i« 1860i, (R) (2 fn.) 

HOUYiraOO mEVWKM THfiATME Tha FaW WMtoiMt' 
0«oro»IMy't antwta (IJMffl oorntdy tUn Eva Miiit &M ai m 
taeuraUaranwilc oonirontod wHh hw hmtend'* feiNM^. Aflv«i« 
play, Mi(^t 3rac« o( Moraco Mk« about the playwigM, har Ma 
wcte. 

• 700 CLMB Quaalt: AuiHOf TM Lahaya: tingar Anita Biyf*; 
Cgrria Tan 800111, WMW WV I haroina. 
•lWiETlY]iin«TeiMOW PlaMw and Mafton Huff havani^ 
in m\ Joyoa whla thatlKwaa la bakig rapaMad and liaving tham 
undarfoot lor iw waMta la dtMng Joyoa up tha wri. 

■ SWITCH Pila piayt gotfuMpar and Mac mnquaradaa aa a 
trainar aftar ft aoccar taam*a ater pliMr la murdarad. They fiopa to 
draw out fl«i Mtar tMw *m Bfcaa the ptaca of iha aWn 
?y«- , 

yPE M IMI SPIRIT 

• •MBNS 

aSIALO DSISTMi SHAMS 

THE CM UTE MdVC 

• THE TOMQHT SHOW duaat hoat: FKsli una. 

S TARGET 
MOVIE -The Hghlino KaMuckian' IMS John Wayna. Vara 
radston. A Ironllaraman, eouiftie an arlatooraCt daughter, foia a plot 
to steal land from Francto aaiUa^. 

• TOMOMOW Hoat: Tom Snyder. . 



MCI?, 1»77 



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• ■NEWS 

S ABC NEWS 
^ FIVE STRING BREAKDOWN 

• DICK VAN DYKE SHOW 

• CBSNEWS 

• NBC NEWS 

• MOVIE 'The Happy TNama' 1862 Rex Harriaen. Rita Hayvrarth. 
GanOeman ttiief and hia partner are tjtackmalad t>y an artiat nto 
attempting theft of a Goya painting from tha PradoMuaaum. (1 hr. 
SOmin.) 

0\^) EASY Quaala: Tony Martin, singer and Cyd Chariaa*. 



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IN THE SPlWt—Mtckey Mouse. Donald Ou(^. ffluto and Goofy get 
together to serenade their fans with holiday cheer in 'From All of Us 
to All of You' on Ne©-7VJ«^;THE WONDEBFUbVVpRUJOFPJSNEV' 

Sunday, Dec. 25. i«,aw nAofTiia POVH&^maewt.^,. imt'^my 



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ril NAROY BOYS. NANCY DREW MYSTERIES 'the Mystery of 
t ttii AMcan Safari' At an African game present Frank and Joe 

IhvaMlBiMa a hiig^ poacNng opaMtioft in twhich a greatMdte hunter ^ 

appain to be the prime auapect. (R) 

• WMf»l ROBERTS 

• RHOOA Unatile to relate to people at parties, Brenda 
UprgaMtem turns to a 'ahynaas dlnic' tor profeaaional he0. 
•IWEJIEAR who SLEPT THROUGH CHRISTMAS Ted E. Bear 
la d i «aiw ihadtoba dBfarant from other beara w ho hfcern rt ainaintar, 
ll wants to aiay awake and aaaMt tor Ghnslmaa. (R) 

• THE 8B( MRJJON DOLLAR MAN veufoot V Stove Aualin, Who 
•wuoM^ giant Bigfo^ had gone Im^ irrto space wl0> the aiene 
«t»oiai|^him,^tehe(i«>wHhhimh«Mwatan)ei»«ndisimazed 

£n his did Mend goaa on a rampage, (f^. 
rooci.uB 
3N out OWMJyla and Maria learn never to trust an audnk>ning 

■aelor, irtian Ihey Mempt to caat their first talavision commercial. 



8:30 



^InOMTS MMALS A unique interpretatkm of ttte attitudes and 
AMnima of the ammala alxMrd l^oah's arte during the lk>od in 
t)ti6tl Vmaa. 0Q 

8:00 It AU. M THE FAMLY Archie files to patch things u^ i)etween 
^Wi and her f«th. (Conchaion). '^^ ^„ 

• NBC MOVIE OF THE WEEK Against A Crooited Sk/ tS75 
RfchMBoone, Stewart Peterson. When a young boy'awMaMtonal 
driM^km MMiils in iHtoha capturing hia taana« aa^, he eab out 

wShti halb of an oM Irappsr to find her, evanlhatighlhaifparants 
have gMsn her up for dead. (R) (2 hrs.) 

• THE ABC SUNDAY MGHT MOVE Funny Qirr 1868 Bartra 
Sniaand. Omv Sharif . The story of l^nnyBrioa, begknkig wNh her 
ehldheod on the Lower East Side through her Ukanphs wtti the 
•mmi PoBW and her firal Beparatkm from Nk^ ArpMw (R) (3 

V • MASrEraNECE THEATRE 1. Oaudws' ^lisode Qght 'Reloi of 
•'Teffor' Tttarjua's ptfaoe guard has the emperor U^aly cut off from 
„«ie oiMda worU ftt Sejanua's order. Anionia fhds it (MficuH to warn 

Ttoaria *at Ns throne ki in danger. ^ ^^ ^. 

8:30 mUXm Vlolpr JoryjiiMl Jiars as an oWJjdl^ '«*»*»* •»• 

in^M biatf round -under a txratti at Mai's Cafe. P) 

10:0OviMi llEiWI ' 

JIWM9M<Lia'8f^oneerDiary-SMin 1848. the first featura-iengm 

oi^mtMC Mhi t>y Nel CoK deals with a wwgort frain kwi nq to the 

pita^ Taiiitoiy andhow a young ICer*icky tjdda8»o»»ln i«Har«y 

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^SliJ^gjIWCn SHOW Femly »how. (R) 

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6:00 


• NEWS 




• ABC NEWS 




• SUNRISE SEMESTER 




■ DICK VAN DYKE SHOW 


6:30 


■ NBC NEWS 


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• MOME 'Rachel and the Sfranger' 1848 Loretta Young. WNam 




Hotdan. A frontier wanderer atora at ttte catiin of a baqkwoodsman 
and wife and aetties their proliMms^ (1 hr. 30 mm.) 






• OVER EASY Quest: Patti Rage, skiger. 

• 1 LOVE LUCY 




6:46 


• THE NFL TODAY Aiioet'<geme progrwn prmenfing sCoree. 


7:00 


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^ • I LOVE LUCY 

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• OOMERPYLE 
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• ALL STAR ALMOST MfVTHMQ GOES 

• DICK CAVETT SHOW Quafet: Ijny Rivers, one of America's 
most confroversM contemporary artists. Part 1. 

• HOGAN'S HEROES 



8:00 • CBS REPORTS 'The ANena' The plight of the Mexican iegal 
alens in CaMomia and the dtomma caused Americans l>y their 
tnmigratkxi wl tM axvninad. ^ 

• NBC MOVE C^ THE ^WE^ 'Pine Canyon is Burning' Kent 
McCord. Diane MuUaur. A wktowar fire lighier with two chMren nins 
a fire rescue atatx)n ih 9oulham Calfeina, and his sister-in-law fries 
to help him by caring fpr the ohidren. (R) (1 hr. 30 min.) 

CHAPPY DAYS 
PK^CADIUY CIRCUS 'Balet Shoes' Part One. KkMl Sfreatfiekl's 
cMdren's daask: tels the siory of thtlMl orphan girts who Ive in 
genteel poverty in a boeridng houaa peopled by a varied group of 
dwacters who influence their Ives and confrtxite to their dreams 
M feme aijd fortune, ^_^^ . , ,. 

ddmhirit' LMme humofit New Year's Eva party at which 
yMema's boyfriend ffeida idnwona alee. 

• DORIS DAY SHOW ! 

• iiA.S.H. Major WhOMter, conveying the dreariness and 
frusfraikm of his new situafan at the 4077th hospital in a tape 
reconlng to his parents, aiaooNra Ml ceridkl aastosment of some 
of Us principal parsonaMiaa. (R) 

• THKE'B COMPANY Jad(.; Jto)« «id Chriasy think a burglar 
has stolan th^ir re^ monisy wd try to avoM Mr. Roper unti they can 
come up vi«ilh some caii. J)} ; ' ' 

• 700 CLUB Guests: Or. Itumae F. Zkhmemoan. associate Vk:e 
Chancelor. University of Mwia Colege of Medkane; Sherman 
Andrus, singer. 

• ONE DAY AT A TIME On hdr 86lh birthday, Ann k>oks in the 
Mkrror and for the first time realzes a mkkle^Kied woman is tooking 



8:30 



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_l NBC MOVE OF THE t^fEEK 'Terraces' Uoyd Bochner. Jule 
Newmer. The human comedtes and. dramas affecting some of the 
raafelania wih adjoining terraces ki a iiigh rise apartment bulking. 
■^ (1 hr. 30 mm.) 



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am i^yert show Guest Oeenor Oartt. Nattonal Book 
^wd iripner for -Eyse, He.: A Msmoir.' 

• MOdAlre HEROES 

• LOQAI^ RUN Ram aeama to show human emc^kma when he 
raacte wllh riacfFomagnelk: apaifca (0 Ariana. a lanwie android who 
ia running a draam^naiyaiB aialtofl. 

• yrrVE IiIOUSE on tic PRAIRE •Btzzwr a sudden, bitter 
snowatonnfraps acme of Walnul Grove's chidnn-kicluifng Laura. 
Mary and Carrie mgala-ea they are on their way home from echooi. 

•LUCAN 'ITw Search' Lucan is confrontodby ahMHe shwM and 
ranciW* viAiaft be «atuma to the mountains, where he spent Ms 



He yeers IMng m ttw wM. m search of his ktentty. 

• mwrntmoF champk)nshp skAma i«77 fee 

from tely.Hungary, Canada, Blglend and theU.S,pertonnrtHa«ard 
UniverMy's Watson Knk ki a progr^Q sanction^ tiy tfw U.S. Figure 
Scalkig Associafion. 

• ANDY GfMPnTH SHOW 
8:30 •DORB DAY SHOW 

M» •numEMvian'apleaaurertAiltiur'aauddanfairalolemorous 
briiavior is overcome by parte wtten i beoomea oMoua that Arthur 
is jud m^ hbnseif. (R) ,, 

• NBC MONDAY MGHT AT THE MOVIES -OvMrnas Mkade m 
CMllMd,U.S.A.'MM:helR^.Kurtnuseel. Coetrnkieradaaperalaly 
tiytotMdi aaf^ etter beng trapped underground by an eMptoann 
m airiamla inkte. (2 hrs.) 

• ABOHK^OAY NK3HT AT THE MOVES 'T»e Macrtwns' 1876 



SHOWDOWN AT THE HOB)OWN A behmd the scenes took 
at an oki-flme musk: festival h Tennessee namktas the genre and 

ttte varioue forms of counfry musk: mckKftig tkklng. dutokner playing, 
buck dancktg and square danckig. 
10:00 •LOU GRANT After bekigfkedaa news dkector of a MmneapoCa 
taleviriOn tIMon, Grant heads lor Loa AAgeles to find a new job. 

PAMLY Tenston t)ulds m the Lwwranoe home when Nancy 
redjrivea gHIa from a secret admker, who la obvkNisiy observkig her 
at d b aa rwige. (R) 
10:30 •fibUHTOY CORNER Tha canturies^M traditton of the cotorful 
Co^ra Dance, a commonptace community activity m New England 
akioe Iha eer^ sailers brought it to America from the Brittsh Wes, 
^iipad as R Ikwrishes today. 
•M^nCAL CHRISTIAN LmnG 
11:00 •••NEWS 

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• TUESDAY MOVIE OF THE WEB( 'The Mw Who Would Not 
Die- Ckxoltv kMone. Keenen Wyitt. The atdpper 0I « bdal aa»ig 
Oia Caribbeen ia hunted by polce, the fV. and a crime ^ndtoale 
afi^hapk^upa.myatariouspaasengerandaMgrant. (R) 

• MOVIE 'TDe Kansan' 19« flchard Dbc, Jena WyM. aory erf a 
towa tisrolMimg gangster and facing mora frouliia witti corrupt town 

•TOMORROW Host Tom Snydar. Gueet: BBy Jimes Hanga, the 
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-— -— — ^-— MC. 18, ifn 

••NEWS 

tABG NEWS 
SUISSE SEMESTER . 

• 0K3( VAN DYKE SHOW 

• CBSNEWS 

•j^n^s 

•JiIOME 'Revolt at Fort Laramie' 1857 John Dehner. Frances Hekn. 
A coeimandar Is torn between k>yally to the South and duty aa an 

ffMrJbring the Ovl War. (1 hr, 30 mm.) 
OVER EASY Quest: Pat O'Brien, actor. 
I LOVE LtfCY 
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AIMH 12 

$100,000 NAME THAT TUNE 

mUPPETS SHOW Guest: Bemadette Peters. ', . 

• OTCK CAVETT SHOW Quest: Larry IVvers. one of 'America'a 
most confroversial ONttemporary artists. Part I. 



8:00 



JHOGMN'S HEROES 
f 



GOCN) TIMES Rebeing agamst JJ.'s takeover as leader of the 
Evans family, TlMkna moves into an off-camptw aparfrnertf, but fmds 
being free may cost more than she expected. (R) 

■ THE LIFE A»«) THtfCS OF GRIZa.Y ADAMS Grizzly Adems fries 
to prevent a woman from king the bear she believes is responsUe 
tor her fattier's tragk; death. ^ 

• EIGHT IS ENOUGH When Oavkl's roommate betfns datkig botti 
Joanie and Swan he learns the frue meankig of 'hel hath no fury 
fike a woman.' and her aider when they compare notes. (R) 

■ PrcCAOiaY aRCUS 'Balet Shoes Part Two. Noel SfreatfieW's 
i chidren's classk: teRs the story of the ttiree orphan girts who Ive 

., -, m genteel poverty in a boarding house peopled by a varied gtouQ 

0« characters who mtluence theirlives and contribute to their dreams 
of lame and fortune. 3, 

SANDY QRIPFrrH SHOW «T*t ; rt^iOTa !. 

MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW *r- 

• DORIS DAY SHOW 

8:00 • THE CBS WEDNESDAY MGHT MOVES TarantufaM: n» 
Deadly Cargo' Claude Akkts, Charies Frank. A horde of deadly 
tarantulas, urrieashed m the crash of a cargo plane, spread terror 
and death m their wake as they move through a southwestern town. 

a hrs.) "-W 

Tl« BLACK SHEEP SQUADRON 'The Hawk Fies on Sunday' 
Pappy and an Army major are assigned to lead a misston a^ftirt 
the top Japanese commander, but they learn that thek plana may 
have been compromised by T.J.'s newest heartthrob, who la 
suspected of bekig an enemy agent. 

• CHARLIE'S ANGELS Pretty Angels Al m A Row' Kely Md ((ria 
go undercover as beauty contestente while Sabrina and Bodey poee 
as documentary film producers. The caper: someone is playvig dirty 
tricks to pave ftw way to the wkner's ckde for the daughter of a 
Texas tycoon. (R) 

• DANCE IN AMERICA 'New Directtons m Dance vrith the Piobokia 
Dance Theafre" This performing colective of four men and two 
women uses acrobatics, design, sculpture and wit to create ite uraque 
dance form. Dancers Intertwine and imk Umbs to produce unkyii ' 
arctiitectural human structures. 

• iTOO CLUB Guests: Detective Kennettt Leech; ABC radte^ 
announcer Jo^Arthuc;flat,;Teiiy Trio, skigers. ■ j. 

10:00 •POUCE WOMAN Mk:haei Bums guest stars as a hot shot po«oe 
offcer, wtK) is resented by others on ttie force and is caugirt m tfia 
mkldte when one of his informants is found to be extortkig money 
from defendants and implk;ates the offcer. (R) 

10:30 •the rock 

11:00 •••NEWS 

• charisma 

11:30 •the CBS LATE MOVIE ' 

• tm TONIGHT SHOW Hosi Johnny Carson. Quest: Bert 
Convy. 

• STARSKY AND HUTCH. MYSTERY OF THE WEEK STARSKY 
AMD HUTCH-'Oeath Rkte' Starsky and Hutch have to protect a crime 
czar who has agreed to tel all when his dau{^ter anives. MYSTERY 
OF THE WEEK-'Mr. and Mrs. and the Magk: Studto' A dead man'a 
secret haunts a close knit gro^j of mageians. (R) 
•MOVIE 'Cheaperby theDozen' 1959Clifton Webb. JeanneCram. 
Stofy of ttie Qlyetti family life at the dawn of ttie flapper era. 

1:00 •tomorrow Host: Tom Snyder. Quest: WiiamBaxley, Attorney 
General of Alabama, who obtained a first degree murder convtotton 
and life sentence for a one-tkne Ku Kkjx Klansman accused of a 
church bombing whkdi killed four chlkfren n 1963. 



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487-8777 

TWO COCKAPOO Popfies, 
1 nato. 1 iMate, tricolor 

good hmm. 487-B30. 



FREE-^edal 2 yanr m 
^ffy bov at Ckaiapeaki 
Baadfarters Ltoran to 
Great Briidp. Evarnes- 
day at U a.a. 

SNAILS - GOOD fbr fldi 
feod or afwrtaa. AA for 
Naey a 547-0310 after 4 
pm. 



FREE mWi LE8B0IB - 
tor lagMMTs. Ages 7-13. 



IV^YCUTEloqr-Mitd 
pi||dtt8«lcs.-AdonU*, 
otMR ' • week oMId^a- 
5^1872. 



BUYER PIIOTECn(»-tf 
yqa're to toe oaflcat tor a 
aaad ear, tkare's a ftim 
lav to praleet yon agatost 
odbafltw fljdag. i«ltt« 
bim toe aUaaia Ma^r. 
Witte fw tfea five Adder. 
"CilauBW ]h«taetlMlto- 
dff! New Aittta09arto| 
Odoacter U«," l^«a tot 
Rattoaal Hi^iar TrafSe 
SiMy AdatoislrrttoatdOO 

.sai#ast., sm.wtMm- 

toap.C. 20S90. 



FREE PUPPIfS - SIMLL 
aotoar to tarriar. Had 
tteir Aots. Call S8S-n« 

after S p.a. 



FKE Eternal Ufe-GnU. 
420-7780. 



ADORABLE part beagto 

SBUr-'-"-'" 



FREE: 8 aionto oM feaato 
Lafcrada- Ratriavar. Mov- 
tog and mat ftad a lo*tog 
Matty tor pet, fntn one 
toat bas large toaead yard. 
Sbe bu bad ike bednwr 
aboto oaly. Catt 497-8tfl. 



LOMOMG F<»t A Bofbto 
roast? Or an £aklw> coa- 
veirttoB? Or at^rtw aaeet- 
iag of toe Km Bteebtord 
FsdatitoBi Rod aat 
vbat^s k a p paa lBg to Aaw- 
toakyeal]&«Ms toll free 
watoer (100) 831-1298. tt's 
toe toailst'a nev 
frieal. 



Meatolegy, Va. Beack to 
- -teaaOkaaHoME- 
IMnr. 2Mb4S7A«ai- 
tor ab awJiciiMti 
cadtog Dae. S4to * ^ 
Hoars are Sab 1 PJI. 
to W PJl- uM flknday 1 
P.M. -8 P.M. Fmpar- 
toa^ teattef, 



14V crtar T;V. 

fie. ttke 

at fvaitare. Can «7-t7«. 

EIKjUSH ivy - tfar 4 
p.a. - S47-m8. iUd yoB 
kave to do to ^ tt 19. 



SMALL caetw aaa«toti 



MtU wtoWWwit to 
vtodev. Mrt ttd pal not 
toetaiad.CUl$ff-n7t. 



SAFE Sdtool taa^es: For 
free toten a atto a oa food 
saMy, vi«e tor a cow 
d "Food Btfaty tor tta 
Fa^" frea toe Snito- 
east Mera^tfoi OMee , 
DffiA. Raea 208, 1^8 
Paaeblrec St., NW, A^ 
to, Ga. 303m. 



aaM are Jastafevoltke 
acUirtllas plaaaid, We are 
loe^adat2102Madltafya- 
naaa Ave. Va. Beacft. For 
more infbrmatloa call tt8- 
S231. 



FREE Sn«Y HOOR-FOR 
AUdraa to ke^ vmt- 
tog pareate. tor t^bm 
ages 3 to 8. OB WadMS- 
di^s «t 7 p.m. ud Sdv- 
difs rt U a.a. Ckea^oaka 
HeadiBartars LIknry to 
(ka^aridge. 



FitEE DTTENS - 8 afc. 
olds, Utte tndaed, ttb- 
btos. (^11 4M-1006. . 



MEED A FILM or vetfar 
1^ yow BMt^liaMttog? 
TfkeC kypa rta >M>tel 3- 

ai^tanl altoln, maaiaa 
oriaewkaeks. 



FREE BEE 

SMALL DOG - Part rab- 

Mt/Beagto - 397-2989. 



SPEND AN AFTERPOON 
aaktol Bonay! Advertise 
mw garace sate wttb a 
tow eojM Wut Ad, CaU 
488-3430 or i47-«71. 



FEIKRAL TAX BfFMt- 
MATUR aad sMstoaea. 
Can batwa e a 8 a.a. nd 
4:45 p.a. fitoifciai m- 
3770. 



A T T EMWU i lf! tadutrtol 



FttE JkaiBag of an senv 
p^fwo^WtoakH- to be 
ifca vmom of 



4f78. 



•mm m^OmaisattoB 
IM ««to avaOAa to tke 
piMeilUaia 



uma BiyRBX<s»iAN ttoti 
I 



yzrt*., 

to pad boat vM lufe 
l^rd.4a-M8?, 



'AU 

Mal^ mm to «ariiMd 
to Bdkarta ton vto«ar to 



0-PrM Bet 



DONTPAYFOtrr.Oetlt 
ITM rt tt» Rea«mrt«>s 
Ckeai9ia|l PriSkUbrary 
C»%toal patnttots by to- 
eal artllto, 1idly«ood 
■evtoa, Md aedptareto 
decorate yoBbMse. We also 
bava toads ta fret taisr- 
mattoa to decorate yogr 
atod. 



B90REPgttta«aaiOXE 
unV^tCSt ^yomrkome, 
seed tor a tnHf report 
giii« erttleal mfM - 
atoita of toe aSertti 
aHiae aid aodeto. FREE 
btai PribUc Cittsen Re - 
saaiek Gtatp, MOO P St. 
NW, INiAtagtaa, D. C. 

aooN. 



FREE GAMES - to tkuA 
ent. Pitt Prdbe, Moaopolv, 
8eaB,.8aebgaaea, ^«rlie 
Mom, RatfBty Aaa, 
Cbeai, Riiibar Pnssleaand 
aav aora at Ckeaapaake 
■eadqaartars Library , 
Great Bridge OdUraB's 



FREE -TWO cato. One is 
a aoUd btoek feaale, qay- 
ed, etba- to a sdU wm» 
mate. Beared. Botb esto 
are vary geatto. <Hvtog a- 
way beenae of aUer^es. 
Meed v«7 toviag hnle, 
lAter collide prafnted. 
Can 547-5288 lAer 5 p.m. 



FREE!! Garage safes slgia 
PtonalBg a aato? Cometgr 
Davto Iteii^, mo LasidlB 
RC, ffiUtep aad itf^-t^ 
rm Pnx proJaaskaatly 
parted aip. Also «e irin 
lead yoB a firee "Fisr Sale 
By 0«wr" sign tf;yo« 
an aovtog aad ptoadM to 
sal your ova konse. oU 
4tt-IU0. 




fantos. 9 vks. 
411-1018. 



PRtViTE BRE^XBS wUl 
^ve treakeaetovfldoals. 
kasks, or aiy, btods jat 
vaatad by oaa^. Also free 
care .tor. ii^und - birds. 
Stoto ttrattN0084. Wrtto 
Rtdk A fJOMn 13428, 
Cbeaa^eake, vL 23125. 



niBE FdUM prognas fbr 
ttto at 6rM Neek, Wto- 
4sor Wooiii aad ^rgiiria 
Baato tarancb ItorariM ev- 
ery Si^ffdM tpkntaf. 
CflrtadliNmf tor to- 
kmBattoi oe aia titles, 
tlBMS aad dites. 



(»« tAYTOa^aatree 

.^ttatoaie me^uae 

Mil 800-5SS-lll2 to 

ftd/oattf toe party yoB're 

eattv bu atoU-trae^) 

aqAar. 



eiU:, 



'OJPTOiSJJJANDbriiv 

% Heyo^ nea Martmtaid 

ree#ve free fdmi ratotog 

booklet. ^ 



FREE MOVIES every Wed- 
aasday at 12:10 B.B.atKini 
Lfloanr, 301 E. Ctty BaU 
Ave., Iforfdk. 



FREE ODUSEN JU^vi- 
tiea "- Sat tM toadai, 
crdt dmadpapatakna 
Can ^Uraa CO-^arfiaa- 
*»M P«P Forekaad, at 



iS OHR FROBO) - Adtgit 
ft gtoe yoar tovg^jad 



.We' 
yovr b^. INrts- 
Maaae Sod^. 
397-M04. 



GOTTA dm? Ha nde- 
m^bm Betl^nailBiai M- 

yoa trtto yair f<ataaer 
uibNwii. cm M7-NHU • 

hMKS^TdlasyeiFfMi- 
laiH..K tn tun k^ yoo^ 
«a iMB4toM*MIyiMalqr 
to 




1^ 



urn 




FREE INFORMATKMf TO 
CONSUHlftS: Are yotfgo- 
ti«. to have borne iapntare- 
aent M| doae? Ba a 
car, spMUce or T.V.? 
CaU yoor Better BartHMl 
Bnrean tat r^rt oa ftno 
yoB at« eonsldertog dliai 
bBSiaess vlto. FREE |ia- 
phleto an employmait a- 
genelea, appliances, fraes- 
er beef, hoaa «orfc 
ikiaaN and aaaif gfter 
areas «f consaaari^ 
dBCto kkd fervlees, €iU 
year 1^1 at 627-9891. Tia- 
^bene knars 9:00 - 4:00 
- ' Friday. 



2 MOf AT#E DISEVmS, 
1 male, iittb papers, 1 to- 
ijwle toll Idooded bat no 
Hpers, good withcUldreB, 
free to gtM home, dall 
497-8961 - Ask for Tayto" 
Wykot. , 



1 itotlal Wetteea 



TIME TO TUNE - 587- 
2212. J^itoet, $450.00 - 

. ._» ^5.00. Viaag 

i»rvice. 



tags akampooed - speeUX 
koUday rate - 19.75 per 
roan. 427-2968: 



REIXICE SAFE A FAST 
vito OtiBese Tablets A B- 
Vsp "water piUs". Ma-- 
denDr^. 



YOUR caipet wiU never'be 
deaaer ar look better an- 
tfl yoa ti7 us. Free es- 
tim^s - Low rates - CsU 
|aJ^.I|.m.,421- 



PIMfOrUN»Gr8miBg 
Tidewater • area tor IS 
yars. 'nialto«taa,340- 
1234 (UBVartng service 
9 - 5, Monday - Friday). 



FRGSH BROWN COUNTRY 
EGGS, vm 8. Bamefield 
Blvd., Cbesapeiie. 85( a 
doz. 482-1768. 



l-Uatkid 



LARGE Rewint - Goldto- 
dian bead ring. PUitty belr- 
looffi. Lost to Great Jton 
area. CaU^dBn-a2-2900. 
Niglits - 417-4983. Ask for 
Charlie. 



LOST: CAT-aale, Uack- 
8 yeata dd - white fla 
«dtor; \oA to Hwvovi Es- 
tates. Call ISS-lyU after 
8 p.m. caU 547-1085. 



.8-ABtoa«Mlea tor Sato 



uUiajH - 1989 - 5 tab 
VAN BODY. U^ A.-1. 
low milafe. IfW. G!3- 
707*. 



Car - 1977 Mo^ Carlo, 
15,500 mUea, |4,n940. 
CaU 482-1987. 



1970 VW, BUfflM, Re- 
baUt eegine, draifetidaal 
covers, three i9«4»' rs- 
dto , air Ae^i, f^l. 
484-2410. 



PORTIAC TiMB AM-New 
im. Pweiadt bM IT to 
MO.OO dtoniart. ^te 
itaars of Virgtoto. «7- 



VE6A - 1974 



er 









at tartar tor ywf ^^ 
. (Mi 4»SRk8- 

lAA«.a.«dai 
Frtdif. 




09. Day: 



(MtnLER-ll 
afreaidtttoaai 

mm «tot» - ^ 
daa ear. $BmM. 



DMXtl- Wtai^VsA^ 
MM »1SOO.O^ MP 
MM.OO. 
lll-738l. 




.^^1 LHEVBOLETM^ 
»ut>er wort coavertk' 
979$. Call 461-6129 



FORD~1976 ELITE. Load- 
edT power windows air! 
seato, tUt-steertog w^ 
wire wheels, AM-FM ^. 
eo. AU white. Very clean! 
13,000 miles. 347S0 Call 
490-2977 



BU1CK - 1965 RIVILKA: 
Sipecial iBteraat ar. Full 

Swer, good for restallf. 
00 or best ofler. 425- 
0126 after 5:00 o.m. 



UNOK^ Maeh V - ne«r 
1971. Pa^we wttb m to 
UmoMmetmA Arioloy- 
ere rt^. 497-8398. 



M^D6MCmLE-l989 Delta 
fmMati At eiwdtttong 
pew«' toakes. pow^ 
aleeriMF, 1 owMr. 



Kmm^ifm. t^aiiBa. 

aaqr tilras. Air eoad 
dtttoMd , power, brik^ 
fibwtt' sla^ag. Priced 
tor quick sda ftW^.OO. 
•m-i&ii 587-1867. 



11^ HORNET, 3 1^.^^ 
bi^, 3 qaed, vardopen- 
d^le, low maiidenaMe. 
Days -, 547-«n aflw 6- 
4K.079t ' 



tKOXiti 1978 COLT, vtoyl 
top, air-contttiaBiBg, iUi- 
FM, 4-«peed, «-80 apg. 
SUP^ CLEAN. March to- 
specttoK stt^! 480-2^1 



CAULLACS-aaw 1978. 
Pmrdasa wito w to 12500. 
«8edaM. Ante Bqrers of 
Va. 497'-3n6. 



^Md, AM-FM 8 -tnffik 
^areo - latto , dley 
vAesis, Kenl skocks, new 
palid, Mkdtolto tires, ez- 
c<^eat oon^itton, 93000.00. 
485-I7(a 



iMSVOtKBWAQt^' I 
stationwagoD. Fii^miili- 
tiOB. 1495.00 - 647-2077 



1972 WINNEBAGO 18^ 
Brkve.r 33,000 mttM - 
Newly redeemted - air 
eoa^Med - $8,000. CMl 
5«-457i, adc for Tom. 



VOLVa-1973. 184 E, e«- 
cdlesft candia(»,$3,S00.00 
484-5831 



1989 V.W. BUS, $3,500.00, 
New eB|^ sml ch^, ex- 
caUod tiiterior, AM-FM 
aaatte stwao, aewMlck- 
elto X tires, body needs 
very miaar toncb^«q> worit. 
Can 547-7557 after 8 p.m. 
4T-V4 



9-llita'cyefea-Seoaers 



HONDA-1976 750 K, Iffl- 
macalste coadtttdB, nr- 
age k«|it. addng $1700. 
480-3089. 



BONDA-1976 CB-380, 750 
milesi rtowroom coikU • 
tlon, 2 btimato aad smtt 
$900.00. «?-2214. 



U- 



BOAT. 64 STARCRAFT, 
17 ft. ftoerglsn wttb 95 
bo»qwwer AjknsoB. Ful- 
ly aiitoed, CouA Oard 
tovMtod. tttMAlff. M» 
sM oovwa aad ttU aa- 
iBS. SaertfiM $15*^.00. 
482-«». 



B0ATMKttI4l 

i9«-irr 

jahma - ^181.80. H > 
^rtM bt^m, t • 8^ 
^ toita, M 4 iav fi|^, 
Hdwr, Mi* 8. ca Dea 

iaMri - m-^mt. 



PART - TIMC SPEAKn 
FOR <:;HEfiAPEAKE 
iMoktot, aalw sawr- 
vtoloa or pabUc reUuoos 
baekgroand? Laadiig sar- 
vlee eoapaay reqara* at- 
traeUvf trtlesUto atraoa 
tor toeal pafcUe speaktog 

ea's iroBpB. Eitremely 

totoresOag wort. Pre - 

taHd iMbMial furairtwd. 

mg eraiteg iwr week. Bead 

^oaaal Di- 



nlbU'l QtkAi Collij, 

■ itflcer 

PoaitioB requires a woik 
ing knowledge of Federal 
Grant refutations pertain- 
ing to <QamHBity devei- 

^l»r- 

ticiili^H^^^Mttor'« 
iwlU 
ict- 
Federal 
Grant ragalatlanB. Mto- 




. VVl',,'! t.^*?.* i. 



,, accH'- 



dited college with course 
work in pidilic or person- 
nel adiBtoistntiaB or re- 
tated flaM and 2 yrs. ex- 
perieaca or training. Ez- 
pertaaa nay be snbstito- 
ted lot' education. Satary 
range: $9886.00 - $12400. 
Send ranme to: City of 
V«. Beack, Dept. of Per- 
sonal, Hmloipal Center 
Va. Bepcb, Va. 23458 An 
Eqnl Opportunity Em- 
plojrar 



I^T^WmA ^ Be^ peo- 
pto Mf iMWht.Getett- 
Wf^tte-sbd wrn nneey. 
Ptaee to tetaito • 497- 
56^. 



EXP^IENCro TRACTOR 
AND PiWI MACBn«RY 
SAL^aiAN. LtfC* t«rri- 
tory.. Satai? ras ^n- 
sMMbM. WritoP. 0. Bat 
VM^faiom, 1^: 23847. 



NURSE: LPN Va. Ueaise. 
fm Sidpartttme positions 
a^Sie. 547-4528. 

1/4 



REQI^raED NURSE. El- 
«ne^ dip^etiddty with 
new tunliy aiortadprac- 
dce, to PoBfO areaitf Va. 
Baa^ Mor atfaMory 
«D«rfewe refiilr«d. CaU 
48i''Se7, 9 Biffl. to 5 p.ffl., 
U».tihiFri. 
2t - 12/a 



LADIES,..eBn |6-$1 pa* 
hr. Wcrkwo^ ran brs. 
OB New Tdepkotaa Pro- 
gram servidst our eas- 
toma^ flpoa your kmnd. 
CBU 425-7119 



WANTED 

Ho^dess-detiers toarrange 
Gardes parties to Tidewat- 
er. l#ts .(^ ^to^aad eqa- 
missions fa* sales.' Cu- 
tset: ra^dbBtor-AnyOdng 
Gross to iUtimM to par- 
son • Dec. iS-lt, Coatfry 
Cottage - Highway 168 - 
Moyock, N.C. 



Work at Home to qiare 
tima. Possibto earatoi^ of 
^SO a week staftiag en- 
vdopes. Sand 25^ plus 
stsisnied , seU-aMressed 
aarwi|M la- more to - 
tortoirttoa. 
AlOOOCAN SALES 
P.O.B0S 780 
pOm Haibor, FtoiMa 
33563 



CARD CAIOtTING ELEC- 
IRICMN. Priltlmewoit. 
CaU m-mSI - 8:30 to 5 
p.m; ^ 



WOnc AT KMil to ^ar* 
time. Bura^9.80perM00 
stofl&i sMtfepaa. Saad 
11^ riia ttfuaikd, aetf - 
BdiraiMd eavMope to: 
T&Kt LANE 
BRTlBtPRBES. P. O. Boa 
189. BBbart. toOMB 48342. 



14-] 



^^sSk^ 



CARS fm 2 • poasU^ 
3 <■ <^dei^ ladles to my 
S«-8M7. 



CLlAMnGNawl 

aad rMtato. AU ktods of 

cleaili«.Catt 421-9717 



C^mciam' bawheme. 
Day, wMk H* kNT. nknd 
nrd. ^wtoaoed - r - 

mm^*vmiKa» • «rtto 

482-1768. 



UBI^ifTOIG -my 
Rear new ted Warte Oa-- 
nw.489*7SF7. 



BoonmnaM / GaMai 

^IM imrk Mr ^^ Mm- 



^^tosi 



to^rtaiB / 

^4tf.MM. 



19- 



Have a Bigblv ^^tsblt 
- - jg, 



aad baaatlfBl JamSktpof 

Ear owiL Featartof tke 
test to ieaas. Dadwaid 
^ortswar. |M.800.Mto- 
ctodes BegtoBlag toven- 
tory, Ftxtnwa, and T -xifi 
lag. Yob amy ksve y«ur 
store opes to as- Uttte u 
^•^ -^^ CaU aay tima tor 

,0m w — 




Sarvtob, V. o. Hot ww - 
Virglnta Beach, Va. 1345S 



PAHT • TIME excellent 
aaratogs Lotto Skaiai b- 
toraaUoaU has a Uatted 
anaber of opwriigs tor 
stoeere hardwaittaK iadf- 
vidaals who reside to tola 
area. This is an ided po- 
sition for hoaeaakers, 
pensioners, college sto - 
dents, etc. Far tttor- 
matlon and appUealfoa 
torm. send self-addressed 
eavelflpa fo : LOTtO 
Shares btanatloaal, Box 
292, Marfckaa, Oatarto. 
"Equal opportanlty ea - 
ployer". 



FUT.!. T!MF Part time 
sandwich prepration wait- 
ers. Waiters-bar teoders- 
cocktaU waitress. MyBro- 
tlwrs IML BMween 2:30 
to 4:30 . AtfAy 975 Wttob- 
dw:k.Rd. 



ADWES^SS- StoSerS" 
$75.00 - ^.00 VN^ 
pofisiUe asitiag at Kme. 
^rt iaacittatiay. Free 
di^iiffis, tab self adttess- 
ed ^itasdmdflpa: Best- 
eo, mfumT^m Ter- 
race, DqA. D872, Holly- 
wood, Us. 33024. 

a-i/ii 



^50.00 WESCLY staffing 
eavticpM naretiffle pos- 
dUe. Ei^MrieiieeauHoes- 
nry. Detaflb, ;^J» aad 
slanqiei^ si|^-ilfrais«d 
aivtaope to: K: Cv IteU 
Sales^ !MS1 Leavailracai 
m., Kanms Ctty. K8 
66109 



EARN SfTRA $$^l^$9 
toprevM |itoUtoffnrogr«m. 
Free detdU. Cowepto. 
P.O. BiHi Hm, Norfidk, 
Va »S(» 



EARN lK)NEy! Be ytwr 
OFmbossI Opportaiitytor 
sArueemeat! Mrt-tintoa- 
ip - time. (W 487-1874 
aaytnaa. 



AW AmTHER tacome - 
maaagiag yna own dlstri- 
bota^dp. Aqmswltkam- 
ttf»aaeaa4»it:Wetrato. 
487-5855. t 



akS YOQ a mafiage 
Let ms sbnr you bow you 
can manige a basinass of 
your dn Witt an toeome 
p(4ential of $1,000 per 
moBto toe first year on aa 
iidtial investment of ai' 
der 1100. Sttf^ retire - 
aent poaslMe. Traiuing 
and giddance givoi. Phone 
fbr interview 482-1964, 




;al£ 

ilULKltin UffiPERSAL 
AUCTION - Friday-JsB^ 
ary 20to - 10:30 am - 
D. Eugene "Gene" Toder, 
Chesapeake , Virglnta - 
100 Head - 85 cows. Rol- 
ling DHI Ave. 14,700, 5471 
35 Heifers (15 Bred, 20 
(Ves) Va. MUk Base - 
52,485 lbs. (Dairymaa, Inc. 
2388 lbs. DaUy Base) Dairy 
Equipment includes: De - 
Laval Pipeline, 650 gal. 
Eseo BttU Tank. Also - 
2 G*hl Silage Wagons - 
100 Tons Com Silage. For 
Information Contact -- 
OWNBY AUCTION A 
REALTY CO., INC. 1301 
Hermitage Road, Rich- 
mond, Va, 804-358-8493. 
*|^-1/19 



temps ttd jmrtaL Boars 
aad gilts. Oeeritath 
Farms, FraUain,Va.S62- 
4975. 



ji«ArttidM i«r fids 



Firewood tor sale • $tt.00 
per pi^L -vp load. 421- 
9364. 



HOMEMADE UTILITY 
triUM, 3 1/2 X 8' bed. 
$49w00 or best offer. CaU 
4».3374 after 5 p.m. 
M-12/21 



FORSALE ARTICLM 
TWD-iUyL FENCE, 72 
Hx/t 0( nUs, poBto and one 
gate. Ctn m-vm after 
6:00pm. ' 
12/21 

PINE straw-tor sale 
jrau rake it your self 
547-8588 



TRUCK BED CAMPEB 
homemade^ flto 8 ft truck 
beid, good ccwtttion. CaU 
487-1606 after 5:00 pm. 
or wei^eHls. 



BARUE Clotbea fbr sale! 
Meal tor Christmas - elev- 
ea ^les priced ftromfl. 00 
to $i.50, toclodlBg velvet 
drasies and wedding 
gowas. KeapsviUe area. 
Cifi4W-9S8L 



WIU. PURCHASE BO(»C- 
keepliK, tax aeca^ and 
or enure nxounttog pncs 
floe. CoidartP.O.BoBt824/ 
Norfolk, Va. 23501. 



WANTED - CAffl PADtor 
okl toy electric tr^as, 
Amarinn Flyer, Uoael, 
ivM, mate mm 1925 to 
1961 • Any sIm, afa. or 
eoadttton. I%aie«7-toao 
4t-l/4 



n-Mvftto bstraetta 



BATON TWirttog, man^- 
iQS and strutttag. Small 
classes aad private tos- 
sons. For ftoa wtofo rma- 
ttoo, caU «8-4908 after 
n-M. 



12-Dogs-Cato,ttd otoer Peti 



POOIHiG. 5yrs.(M,teown 
miri^qre. FuU - Uooded. 
CaU 425-7938. 
4rt'-l/4 



KHtSR mS - AKC rag- 
Mnred. imb. Aoto and 
wowatd . f BU. <dd, 
1150.80. 481-1M9. 



CAT • m^ • Boaail,wtth 
flea eaHitf bnm^na-. 
n wWI vMte Mw% iwry 
mm^^mm^^ ar- 
ea, frnwl m-^m litfito 



P«s • A|^ I^Mrai 

8 wtt. m, tR m 

w#nrt. Macta - ^J0, 
MM-^n.MI-M8 



rM. 



MAUITb^oNAG^. 



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TELEVMON - 4 ft. con- 
temporary Walmrtcabinet- 
BeautHUl piece of ftarni- 
tnre. TV does not w<wk. 
$50. «1-«S7 



aiALL incrediUa Pop - 
cora macktoe. Po|te de - 
Udoos prB-packaged com 
to 2 1/2 minntes. Good 
for kome or faustoess, es- 
peclaUy bars, btngos, mo- 
teta, etc., 4M-1746. 



"ITGHTWAD" shower - 
bead wator saver. Save 4 
n]a< C^ or wiU water. 
2.00 SmX}-BOI 12731, 
Nor6dk,Va. 23502. 



FIREWOOD - OAK - ^lUt, 
deUvared, stacked - $35 
trtolspad 4 v- 94S-<tt98 
a^ 5:00 mrl.357-5946, 
tote of Wight. 



TRAILER: Cams cover, 
caU 487-M06 after 5:00 
p.m. a- wetinnds. 



rS8-Aait«Mq 



ANTIQUES 

EMILY'S AMTKWS SHOP 
OPEN DAILY, »04 Hi^ 
St., PortsoHNdk. AU types 
of aBti«M8,eM glass, ckina 
and tomftore. Bairiamer- 
i<ard and Master Cterge. 
CaU397-80i7. 



fS7'4tonsaMtt«edh 



BQMKXM SUITE: AU 
MAPLE! todatos: Auk 
h94a wtto ^traaw 4 
»« m^, cbftrt «rf 
«»w», Mmn wlto mlr- 

« »a* ^. m awta 
^^^attaalC^ 
«-07»9 alia- 4 P.M. 



mnma Anns . ^ 
Ml man rntbt^ « 

^% jy^^^^tetog 
^^matat. #yer r 



Ba- -...OM nude ill 

Sa^. L Shape, Mahofuv 
with marUe top, 4 chain, 
pleity of storage apa^. 
Can 482.4»in ^ ^ 



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i^:MM$ 






.»er, dij 

imiMMiliMns. 

-~ i-«stMl in buying 

4iitir* ^states. Dtyorolrbt 



WMT to taiy oM teolo, 
uflr eonlittai ll3*4StO. 



Ciffli OB i^M, top ^ees 
for ised (uniMre of M7- 
U^ ol Kttte. Goodwill 
sttrU at huBt. D«jr or 
nl^-tt7-a3gt. 



31-Gota «rf Slt«pt 



NORVIEV RARE CCMMS- 
N<»4olk's nort Mw^ete. 
Bur, sell, trade. Mjrtng 
sUwr <»>lss. efttflbra 
Sb^t^ag Center, Norfolk. 
8SS-8UI. 



SS'Uiw awt Siriw 



FRUIT TREES: Nut trees, 
berri jdants, gr^ vines, 
la«teeap(ng, pUittnaMrl- 
ds • eteroi ^ Vindida's 
lufMt gnnren. FREE 
wpf M-K. irisntiiic guide. 
Catalog ia edw, on re- 
vest, Wayiesiwro Nur- 
aarles. In:., - tfaynes - 
b(^, Va. 22980. 



^m 



F(HtK UFT 

4,000 lb., like new, AUU 
CkalnMn S Sta^ Lift, 
Less ttaii SOO hrs. $5,500 
FraakUa 562.6S32 



TOOLS - PROFESSIONAL 
SET, aiap-On land tools, 
nut 8^, sacrifice at , 
I1U5.00 463-0206. 



4»-ileMle ifenes ibr &Ue 



MOULE HcMBe- 1972, 
12' a «'. 2 bedrooms, 
pait^ taraislied. Located 
1^ Oecua TraUer HA. 
Most sell.. TriMfHsdng 
flmraets. Call after 
€00p.in. 4U-2321. 



■aip 



* mebufiSlo 



- Brlek 
ra^^ Ikrce badiMBS, 
Milr rdoe, c^ml dr, 
mif, ftDMdM, 131.000. 



ZEIHL 



cm^cm^,r.c. 

I bidtwn, Mn\ liMt- 

911,001. 

I bMrmm,' mmUt^ - 

m,m 

teii^ baltt^Hd nler- 
rnmt iot - 125,000 
M t sDOtm r REALTY 
9) 33I- 




NOMMBt hiftlil? 

!3<«t mw m plin t« I jM^rairiiul 
oncrilriylmCKiltirOuriirivHe 
(rwmr xhnl imra (unpcitni tn 
Mivckn, 'undent t^uipirMlaiklciul 
knpini^ininini Md>. Km >iiur jiib 
•M MBi (n lan'liim Iiih> iSat & 
Sun.i If mnid iwr 3 vrcck full iinx 
rtsdtM Minfnc. Call n^tit mw fi* 
AdI ' ' 



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VIRGINIA 

BEACH 

804-4M-370? 



iLTY 



fi«0mfi 






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>j19i yimr i 
(Mc^^ofessiMal 
serrii»»' 

490-1500 

Vi^i«a Mieb 
9«MrabeOBe> 



2X - 12/29 



^X0tal 




TOE CLA&HC...rw over 
SB jrean, .lEttUL (Total) 
Jlo. lit lias let steadui 
l9 tMdi aU Mter bok 
sl^es 9f iBiMuwd. 

1^ i^tattfltt nd no- 
diflGattcM latar-R«. Ill 
atiU eaa't be ii^riivodnp- 
w. Wood buns fir^B ftoH 
to back Uke a dgar.... 
bums kMter.„larn araas 
can beheated effldaatty. 
tradlttcoal Rervegiaa 
Bas-rtilafdeslga.S«iid|l 
for Woodbvner's Re- 
source (Mdc to Jltal 
wood beaters, flraidaeos, 
coal haatM's sad combi- 
tirss. 




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Firaplact Sho|r 

lltt-A^ ». ARMISTEAO AVE. 
HAMFTON, VA. 23099 

One block ^ MercvrT be- 
Uad im. 

Comiriete Ibie of wood 
atoves, and ftrt^ees. 
SalM aMl instaUattoD. 



839-091 



QEOROiTOWN 
C0M3NY 

HOME OTIS FOF »ALE 

for 
Pa^ ptoa(tt« Beoies 
« CwfM, Aiyders 
SAI^WflK;B 
il3Pr«vM»MBd. 

CAU 464^31 7 




IMMEDIAT 



PREFER raRSON WfTH 1-3 YEARS 
ftogftmming Exp*r»**'^ *n RPO II 



•iaodciifiUe. 
and ataitty. 




i«hk 
"OOMiUTBRPK}mM(MER" 

p;o.ioi^ 



2tlt-2lt* 



BmttAa.^^R«a« 


HIKES ^HAT^9i« 
gwoali Car^, Fin^ee, C«tral air. No Down 
Hlmtiit to Veteraaa, Oalr 9m total ca* r«- 
t»l«d <rf Va^grBiittaMrs _ 

LftMKTairDaapCraeknvtf. 

1^ aila aartk •( lUMarjr Bwr 





Sell It easy 



T^BTVAS 

aow^Mad wi^ar nver. 

atf w wril water.^.00 

BANCO 
ft« mtl Nwtolk, Va. 
2S»I2 




MR&RlCAraO 

Mrs. Rieardo aad all of 
na at Rlcardo, be. wUk 
to tkaak jrra far onr 
H0Q!9,d00 m ULXS 
ttris year and to wish jpa 
aad yours a nar kap|>y 
New Year - Oa beat oae 
ever. 

Coirtaet am of our thlr- 
taen iir^esstoaal sales as- 
sociates tat m tt your 
b«^ or aelliag needs. 

we cover Chesapeake. 
RICASOO, mc. 
REALTORS 

547-4555 

«n( 1BE HEART OF 
(atBATBRlTCE" 
ISl l(»n@Tb«N RD. 
CHESAPEAKE, VA. 8SS20 



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Loans 

NOTEand'AirrO 

Norfolk 

County 

Finance Co. 



LOCALLY 
OVmEO, 

482-3391 

S4t ^TTLEFIELD RLVP. 

W1U<»N 

SHOPMNg CENTER 




Six 9-badrooffl 2-bathcon- 
tfsnfmixj rauA anf 
2-dO(]F bomes. Eat-in kit- 
cbras, <laing rooms, some 
witt,^&#laces, a/c and 
beat pmp iacluding full 
eaergy-'aaving package. 
Plus OBrdUte swim aad ten- 
Iris cM^ lor exclusive use 
of 119 limiUes. 

BVILDras CLOSEOUT 
Fnwi 146,950 

|19te to 18000 below VA 
AntfiiaaU. 

Mb DOWN VA AMD 95% 
CONVENTIOMAL LOAMS. 

LARRYM(»tE 
. at 
nWriCH VILLAGE 
(^H.LEGEPARX 

Dirc^ioas: MiUtary Higb- 
way to Regency Olds- 
moMle, 1^ east on Para- 
iaofit Av^. lo model house, 
(^lea I^te to 6 PM Sat. 
aadSoL 



Oartar Realty 
4li-U9« 



Sales OfBca 
4M-1S48 



Nltes 
424-3794 



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^ THE 1776 SHOP p I 

^66$9B,VmGimA BEACH m,¥tr I 

NOM'&jc. vmimtiA 23S0i 

1/1 MUe ^^tMmn Circle. 
Baai^ cJhaiaa,bneSiSE^Stag8,erri^, 
-AaaeaMe h""^'- "^ r»1- 

four own iM- your penceal use or sell Jnr profit. 
A complete line of ftaidied Hoars-lflaBltoSpa 

Jawalry ia stodc for yow MOf . TiRU SAT. 

•tieetloa; PHONE 491-1779 



CLASSIFIED ADS 




Plwae m ad •» ( ) issass ar (jHlslsnM- 
Oartjs «M9Mr iasM fw flrat « wetSTlIf 



CMy: 



4bt wkt. 



BMdIe: 





You can trust 




iInTER Reatal ■ Va. 
Beach, north end, 1 bed- 
room apt., tamiiriHd, ear- 
aad, TV., 1 bloA to 
MB aad ARE. 1198.00, 
.iKlaiw otUitlaa. 422 - 
4?904fl«-4^p.ffl. 

apt reiial ^bove 



59-#or Sale Va. Beach 



KmiS GBMfT-SSSPelhaai 
PlM»i Vini^ Beadi, 
2»e2.. Air eoodiUooad, 2 
^ry, 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 
baOi. &ae 152,000, oririU 
rantlsn.OO. Apiily iapcr- 
f«il-4 p.ffl. 

WC^f^ARE seetiaB,2404 
Plaotetioa Dr., 3 bdnn., 
toMi, modem, firepiaM, 
air cood., basdid. heat, 
trees, t^cad. Can assume 
BO ageats. Eacelleat buy 
at ^3,000. Call 481-0736. 
IT - I2ya4 



59- For Sale ChesapiMke 



kT BRIOGE-Hall llaa- 
S atoty 4 bedroom, 2 

1/9 batt. 2000 pias tq. ft. 

d Uvtag area. ^ cmaeri 

^,MIO No agents plnse., 

547-nt6. 



FUi^E]} OFnCE LOTS 
Cedar Rd. A AOaaarie 
Di. 7 lbdshadoai(^tfas 
l^aMeaadL W^r.aew- 
«r,emril A gnttarta^Mled. 
Adiaa MeOibe A Letter. 
MO-2791 



CHiaiPEAKE-9.M uns- 
mt it. road ipertaii. part 
Modad - Doi^aa RoM - 

Caliai-7486. 



M-NrMa 



SERVICES 



HELP„ WANTED 

ARA Service, Inc. 



ARA Serviea. lac. saeU aeat aad ambiUoas self-starter 
to caU on bnsinnses of all types ia Tidewater area. 
RespoasiUlity will iBvolve MroiihicftK ilniiacers |0 Food 
•^^dKiJeipifa. JMTrtce. Car ttmi0hib>mU or 
i^MuiMia. ;p^Kt tor Part-timer or cav be gSSW to 
nil time. Cranmuaioo eandags raage from $150.00 
par week to ?, jdus excellent Company boiefits. Vir- 
ginia Beach locatiaa. For iwoiatmeat caH 340-USl, 
9:30 to 5. 



CERAMIC TILE 
OnTALLATlOR 



Invest iB your home. We 
repair battoMOs, stall 
ahowws, jEttdMna, patios. 
Doyen and ftrqAaees. New 
bisiallatloos aa well. 



HhQBDolnviu 
425^757 

CaUaaytlflM. 



TREES BEHOVED, ^niaed 
or cut fw flr«wood. Mo Job 
too small. Roy Godfrey - 
497-4571. 
4Z-1/U 

MatropoUMB CoostnMstioa 
CarpMtry, roofing, sldiag, 
raoB adtttisu, storaiiria- 
dovs aid dews, ptfstw- 
taf, electric. diMavte 
work, plambiag, galteHig, 
renodAlBg M te hea a aid 
bathrooms, bride aadUoefc 
work, 



fln^acM. earpetlai and 
palatbg. Swri^i^nde- 
water. 625-4'na. 



3. CALLAHAN PAnmm 
latarlmr, e^riw.aeoaatie 
UewB e^ttiags. FREE es- 
tlmi^s. Si9-ni9. 



CONCRETE WORK 



Drivenys, pattaa, wOt- 
mja, 12 nuatifnUM. 
lanre A small ^la. Free 
aaflaiatea. Nowattiw.KS- 
5762. 



BLACK 
BROTHERS 






«49>7»1t, 



C ortr a ^tf a 
^n^MMen 
RomAMMbs 
AlMitaMaSittg 

Ktt^ea BiatodeM^ 

I C. Btade, Sr. 
^HAIMta» 
CTieatfeake, Va. 



8 A. RwiLln 



C^nM A taM- toe. 019 
A Nv ww%. BaOMM^ 
kllBliai Ml, pM^te. 



TD)EWATER WnBDOW 
CLEANERS. ComiMrdal 

and reaidaatlal - 22 



years at ^rieace. 54S- 
2742. 



GARAGE AND ADDITKH^ 




Utdms, reraod^iag 
hMM r^airs,G^MalMld- 
Utt ud Rqiairs. MI-2219 



HonM 

bl^)fOVMIlMlt. 

Co. 



KltdMB r^ioMliV 
MteoQs niiHilrtatlin 
AtaataMaaWhi 
Gar^Mhiitt 



Cufaatty 
FUt|ta@WMK 
C^i^ to PamllyroiNB 
C oeverrt iBa 

yauMMtt,«e'UdoR! 

A^priaia flar tree ostlBmte 
hy ^ ra^^red 

laatr^A^ (19191) 



NEW TOLL-FREE NUMBER FGtt ARMY RETOtEES 

The Oattad States Armr bow Sfovidaa a oew toll- 
tnt hotliae far Army RaOraes who have ipaations or 
proUama pertalaiBg nth^pay. The BnariMNrts 1-900- 
42S-]iM and ftw hours of opandloa are from 7:45 a.m. 
to 4:0V>BiL, Eastern Slaadaid Use and ftnoa 5:45 a.m. 
to 2:00 P.BL, Monntaia StaBdard Time, Mdiaay thftawb 
Fr^. am raeaived at oUier tUnes wUllie recorded 
SBtoHwMaaito Md a ratarB call will be made irtOlB 
two days. The aew Use ia designed to allow Army 
RaUreea to call at ao expense aad, hopaMly, to pro- 
vldft.ttem'iijtt batter aarviee from the Army FtoaBce 
CealervlBdIaBapQVa. 




Taylor Brothers 
Realty Co. 



REALTOir 

hOUSE OF THJE WEEK 




Lot 76 SUver Wood West 
Large 2 story Dutdi Colonial, 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 
baths, large eat-in kitchen/ large den with fire- 
place. Customers.£aBjrtiIl,fMose all color schemes. 

The Realtors below are profassknals in real estate 
who sabser% to a strict code of ettdcs as members 
of local aid stete boards aad of the Nattomd Associ- 
atioa tt Real Estete Boards. 

a* 




Proi9Gt your Invmgtmmitl S—oim of flkMp loading ana RoaltonI 




-.1 J.4u>i.^ ,;: 






Taylor Brothers 
Realty Co, 

31W TYRE NECK ROAD 
PORTSMQl/IH, VatCMIA 



484-4542 




IpAcnr & 

AtsoctaitM, Inc. 

Realtors 

S207-A Tyre Neck Rd. 
OfDcr. 494-9900 

MARY KAREN BRADY 

Resf 499-2271 

'. - .1 

CmntCHLAND 
AGENTS F(»: 

CHARLES D. XMNSON 
Al0il,0fC7 



n#l< 



SASSER 





forSde 






OIL BOmft-IRCMf BEDS 
GAME TABLE WITH 4 LEATHER CHAOtS 
anriRAL TRBMB-aVlRAL OAK (XAIRS 
MAHOGANY LOHIARY TABLE 
OAK VAfll STAMNMlK MESSEB 
(H.ASS-TQ# COFFEE TAH^E ■ 
ASSY. LAHK-RIRS-PKTURE FRAMES 
AS8T. OtafflS-IBK:. GLASSWARE 
ALL KINGS OF ranS A ENDS 

9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. 

Off BaM^eld Blvd., lat carve on Oa|| Grove 
GRSEMTItEERD. 1st hoase oa taft «lii porch 



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COLLEGE PARK 




N6W3-BEDR00M 
REAL HOMES 

^3«,950 

OVER 1,40» SQ. FT. OF LIVllRS 

9ACt. 

YDm dMN LAIS (HI 4 SffilB. 



A^MlAMOi MCLODRD IN 

noes. 

nmttB HATHA TSHNB «WB. 



C^LEQePARK 



Vtr^ato BeM^^hesapeake, Va. 

TMa M4 to taMm RifW M. tetaMlBg% go .. 
l^ate te <Mla«B Pafft anbaat^ at ftwMmim Rd, 




424-9679 



! CLASSIFIED^i 

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m at lowest cost. Just clip, fill out and mail this handy form. ■ 

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' P.O. Box 1 327. Cheaapeake, Va. 23320 



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CATEBWC 
PABTT TRAYS 



CALL YOUR OPOER IN TODAY 

40-3089 

•Li-mii«tD 
iniumfii 

SMMIICCRTII 
WMiiM>KMI 

COMPLETE pttJ MNE OF KOSHER MEATS. CHEISES, 
PAgTRMS AND SOFT YOGURT. 




1-Th« SUN Building 

a-SmorgMborcl-Paiici** ItaM 
3-virgliilaRMl 

4-0oldwi Qaltoy 
5-AlMrdMn Barn 
641ay Hay 


7.PtMnp«rdair« 
8*Qiii a Qaorga 
10-Tony'a Haclanda 
1 l<Moon Palact 

* 2- Bamboo Hut 




BAMBOO HUf 

Chlnaaa R«staurant 

• ■ Your home of c\\ ''y-''< 

ViKGJI H BLVD. AT LYNWHAVEH 

^nr.n.^ tfOQLCO) a40-2820 

CHINBE COmMgy MNMHt PARTY 

Christnts 






lSfSaJSIS/SJS3S^Si/S/E2 



* ^»-. - 



PamNy 
CMiaaa fto^Hvant 

400'2321 



YOU WILL BE SERVED DISH BY DISH 

1. Appetiser: Fried Shrimp, Spare Rib« • 

Cliocbs 

>. 8(N|»: teptriil Sonp (kfin «n)» HMtt) or 

Chlckenw/COT" •="■■" Chinese Style ' 

A. Cold Cui. Lninese Roast Bi^f and 
Marinated Duck in fine £^ey Sance 

B. Sauted Lobster ir/Hot Sauce * shrimp 
w/Qreea l>eas 

C. BeelSooog 

D. Diced Chicken w/Walnut i^ Brown Saoce 

E. Bamboo Hut Special Fried Rice 
Dessert: Almond Bean Cake w/Fmlt Cocktail 
Coffee or Tea 

per person for reservations only 



€fl«4^CirMe«JRii^ j^* 

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Aflw t p.B. Huts Dk. is ttora Rev Tern En M 



FOB All 

ylnee for SaedMu 



SVEKDIG (Ms Is tt 
CnatOMs* 4 PelyMslai eooklic 



Btfciifc Unigm mmk Un 



Live EntartaiiBeat • Ho eoftr 

'A& dinert serred «llh . p«,pv Batter • 

Salad •^SrapSoap •portHe Ceokle • Bet T 
•StetttedSlee 

Men. tkn Than. lLa.M. < llp.iB. 
JPrt,.ttnfM. IL'mjB. . U mdlllkt 
tan. 4>a. - lOpJi. 

ZS9 ai dap andanco Bhf d. 

^«wo«s iipeBiia>iip5li5y 



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Seafood St Bee^ ResCacinctatfe 

AT LnMHAVEir im.ET - VBU^HA BEAe».^ffiIHtA 

^KtaUstaf tt {rnsk seniood, keOi steuMd 

nd ttm, trlmt m ei'UuL mA Jitfey 

stMla.^w«et piaKsrand dMdath«eiBk- 

taUs. SpMtoL imtty ftUm nd^^iOiNn^ 

i awattrite jmur ': 

•CXABS 
«UnfTE8 

ALL YOU CAN EAT SPEaALS 

Fi^iSoaljNwt^ ..... 113^8 
.SlaanMcldtainp^ and/or 
St^vnad Grata... ..•7.80 

IHiaiER SBtVEO S PM-ll PM 




•CLAKS 
•KPCOtAB 



UeaOy 

J.R. "Jla" Geerca 

unrnKSM mnrs 
htvmmmoHmM 

• s^nriMliMBflM 
Anfle free pnrkiaf 




♦ or - v,uu |/,ni- w V. 



fuimPMn 

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Phil Hart irtytfes you fo 
Vn-ginia's Rrsf 

Smorgasbord House 

over/oolcjng^ 
Liftfo Cre«jlr Vocfir Basin 
870O$^oreOrlye 
iff Short drjv« Aiorino/ Norfolk, Virgmb 

Phone 583-331 7 




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^ Priseess 



MOON PALACE 

ndewtWaMMM 
Chinese- iMerlrnii e mwat 

Ai^^ C^we -iUMtaM FoM 





Roast Turkey 121^ 
or 

Baked Virginia Ham 

• 

Cc^rd Greens & Yams 
Pumpkin P» 



SPECIAL $450 

per person ' 

Cchkfsportiv,, 

*-— -W* 



RESTAURANT 

Dine in rustic leisure and cahtUe-^lght 
atmosphwe that wlUputyouin fust 
the rli^t mood for a great •ywNN? 

f STEAKS •PRIME AIB8 i 
•SEAFOOD* 

4 OMng tfooins A CocktaH Lounge 

Prime & Wine $595 

Sunday & K^NHtey 

440 P.11.^ ttlHTA.!!. DAILr 
atriays Mm Uattt 1S.-00 A.M. 
SMCIfortlaavtMBlinL 

^^^ (tetween Lak^VWfkiMdArtMiV te) 







OBKW 



DINE IN COMFOfrr AT 



^Steaks 
♦ Seafood 
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WILUEUi IIALONEY, Pl«»aat HaU a. - "Toijtfi 



DEMISE ROBERf^N, Pntnam St. - *'Mx resoMtioB Is 
to not mdce i^ r^dunms!" Her motb«r, LINDA TILLER, 
say*, "rm goii« to try to be nicer to pecfle." 



Virginia Beach resideito 
had a hard time coming V 
with New Year's resolu- 
tions when the SUN polled 
them. 

Most people survey^ 
hadn't thought about it ]wt. 
The ones who had given the 
matter some considerattoo 
came up with fairly comm<n 
pa^ tor improvem^t. 

9omt were going to stiy 



drlridag »b»«b^^pw- 
soB. Son* Mt nMMttoBf 
were we^mv^my. Om man 
saU te temt tlKWiht tf cm 
for ^s j^tr ]rat hut ttat 
he'd almys k^ wwyeMbe 

ne SUN IMS tts Mn !«•• 
olWoBS \tA Vifi^ BeMh 
will have to read oMiUg 
issues to find oitt Jnrt what 
« '« HAPPY HEW YEAR. 



SUN photo interview by 

,^AN C©ATES and PAM VANDEVEER 



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I^LMA AMINS, B^worth SI. - "I guess I'U ^tovot KEMETH AOKBK, Bosworth St. - "I'll try totosesome fPiUR FELTER, Greenlakes Circle • "To work hanier DEBUE MARKS, Gather Place - "Not to qicad Wnw^ 
|BOkn«, as ttwaJ " w^^." for tte new year." money." 




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1977: scandal, Liz, lovers 



Shifting san^ 
still Shifting 



Tiw beadi surrives another y^r, amid pr^mms of 
tidal wtfws aad the pouDdtoKs i^ avtann ^pnf , i 

Just aaother year ^>ent fryint to te#tte MMlftvn 
mMUng (town toliiaini. 

AooOier year of hastily relMdUiag emm. smcm «P 
sand fMcQE aad dreamt «p S^ms to sare ttwowst. 



I'n nertr beM one to make lie* Tear's reaolotfc^. 

Sm» I p(»s«ss BO bvlts or vices, it's VMM terd to 
CM* 19 «ltb aaj^dni ttat I voold o^ to ia]KDtre «. 
Jut m» stale with fiTfliila Bcaeh. No need fM* rateces- 
skty t«fl<ditoiis. 

Ajk, jmt.,.ivn. It was aMOer iramtortel ywr iw me 
sad VirtiBia B^ch. Fdl (tf red rmes ud prMiisM. 

lie wad. the sea and "Virgiida ^ for hmni^." 

i(4Bi Heirhart, Green Raa'iOTenineid 8dt»ldtnd hoasiag 
and bea^ erostoa. Poli(» scaa^ elty coweil msikU 
aid seaotel, s<»ndai. 




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-^MEifttor-Pil 



The Neptune festlTal fo^s bndce, Lis Taylor's got an 
aching back and no one sdiovs to see the King off. 

Joe Canada, Kister O'Brien and Joel Smith. 

Sheriff Joe Smitt «tas bat has a headache, John Atkin- 
son wins but has a headache.. .I've got a headadietoo. 

Jets and the Navy. Hoods and Hilltq?. Ifeyeraand the men. 

Here a stab, tbere a shol,frerywhereakill, UU. Virginia 
Beach has its crime., d-ei-o. 

Doesn't it make yoa lodi back with a de^ sense of longing 
for a year no« g{me...aad what a year. Virginia Beach 
will have to work hard to beat '77 in '78. 



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A beacb year Just lite mwA ottera, sud wise, trying to 
keep those totels tr<m tcqjpling into tbe mighty blue Atlantic. 

That's ooe thing stable aboat every year at Virginia Beach- 
tte in8tal)Uity ai the beadi. 

Nothing like b^nidng im«ii 



RESOLVED.. 



Leam to 
ti*i herbs 

n* Gre^ Nec| Brandt 
otm VbpsiM Beack Mblie 
Ubntj «1U pmeatapiiH 
grttv OB Im^ and their 
vm m WedMsAty, Jan. It. 
at Wi {>.n. 

At tUs ttme Unda Bon- 
btno ftdUvaa, a tocal Im^- 
biUst, wiU pTftseat a sUde 
and. lecttti^ vftpnm on tte 
dies of herbs and vUdplants 
thai can be fouM locally. 

Tim IRtignm U firee and 
remir«fi no registntion. 

Tbiaft^on«B is tor a^ts 
alttKwp m a^ are wel- 
eom. 

^ Ubnury Is located at 
12S1 Bayae Drive in themU- 
top area of Virginia Beach. 

For ftirttiar Inforraatioo 
contact John Callahan at 481- 
v094> *■ * ■'"**^ 



Child care 

tiutfiiiat 

IBrary 

The Grflat Neck Branch 
of the VlrglBia Beach PubUc 
Lihranr aad the Cotventive 
EMkndm ScrvicM 4-H wiU 
present a diild care c<wrse 
for yoHog peofdc ages 13 
and up at the library beg^n- 
■iagJan.S. 

'n» coQrse has been 
IfnlM to 15 yoi^ people 
aad pre-rei^Mratloe is re- 
quired beginning imme^te- 
1^ aad vp tntil the course 
h«|^. 

1lM classes ,«U1 be held 
for ftnr Tv^days fran 4 
p.m. aattl S:^ p.m. Tte 
eltMM wUI he held m Jan. 
S, 10. 17 and 24. 

Hie emu^e is desiped to 
he^ teMs to all aqpecte of 
caring for lAfants andchll- 
drM. 

BegirtnitioQ canbedMeat 
Oie Uhraty which Is loctfed 
»t 1251 ^yM OMve In ^ 
lUUtop area of ITlr^Ma 
Beach. / 

For farther Wnwat^ 
eontiflt IM^ie Carter witt 
ttMt Iftnry at 481-6094 or 
^/ Jaekson with 4-R at 
427^4811. 



FHmprogrmn 

onslatefar 

children 

The Onat Nedc Boraoch 
^th» Virginia M^ FubUe 
U^nr will preseit a 
flM^ fUa p^gnn Us 
wdrtA togl^iiMfiraandw 
te Satoftttf , ^an; 14, at 1} 
a.a. 

Tii, aorie to be shown 
thls^AttJ* ''The lohBs - 
toMKlfiiHter" which Is in 
«^|^ttrts awnniaate- 
^4CaMiales. 

Wflt^ ts m reglstntlMi 

Hr ^^ jjMra^aw tovwtt 

MnM* an«M)ik«dtote]w 

$a»itt the lyiypy d»- 

Mt d^^ined M* very jra^ 
cMirtB. 
file iam» is JoMed A 

t^» ana ofOMl^Ma Muh. 
Fm- furflwr UhNtuWa 
OB UUs prcfran tmtM 
OwMte ^Ml^ at 481- 



Oniat I will have a perfect year. 
Dlliat 1 vitt do ny heat to ste«teh a UtUe closer to heavra, 
OThat IwiSvwkaadpl^rttdleanaBd love and try my best, 
to aeet ritq^oasttUtljr tridle ftaflieriag my Best, 
DThat I wfll speadauure tlmeathome, to bettor know my kin, 
OiPMt I «iU get more eieretoe (the better for my idda!}, 
OThi^ in rtBiwri>er birihdqrsvUhciftaaadcardsand calls. 
□ThBt 1 irlU do 1^ best to not sead peo|de q» the waUs, 



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OThat I wUl soon investigate retaraing to night classes, 
athat I will keq> the volume low while watching forward 
passes, 

OThat, if I am a boss. 111 he patient, I will listen, 

OThat, if I am a window-washer, all oqr puies will glisteB. 

Oniat I WiU read tola oan agaia, check what I want to do 

that I wlU have a happy year.. smI TU he^ you have one. 

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HARES BYERLT 
FresldMt 

JQAilCOATES 
Ediior 



TOMSniGCO 
Advwtlahig Manager 



PiMlafeed evwy Wedaesdai by Byerly PubUcations with 
■^ oMee leeated at 118 Rfsemant Rd., Vtrgiala Beacb, 
Va. IM8I. SMoad dasa pMtage paid at Lymdutven Sta- 
tka hi 1^ Wa Beach. Sl-veA sid>seriptioB by mall: $7. 



Drummer! 

Openon IRA AcGOunf and 
SovefortheFuhjre. 

1 fr ISO fox shelf iwedrertremenfcKcounf. 

2. AMows o cofifribuflon c^up to 1 5% of your earned IrKome nor ro exceed $1, 500.00 

p^ yeor, fer $1 , 750. QOif shored wtth spouse who is rrar gainfully erriployed. 

3. If both husband ond wife work, rhey con open seporofe occounis fer the rrioxlrnum 

onnounrof $3,OC30.00oyeot 

4. Any(^ con qucrfify fhor is nor ocrively porridporing in Q rax quolified pension plon. 



AM 


petiiAA 


9Mi 


MVISfiO 


TOIAL 


Mro65 


$1500 


m% 


$52,^30 


$257,327.00 


35I065 


$1,500 


m% 


$45,000 


$169,302.69 


40IO65 


$4.5C» 


7«i% 


$37,500 


$1W,339.00 


45fo65 


$1,500 


7H% 


$30,000 


$ 68.491.07 



Open yMMT IRA 

Aolounrby 

DeoMnbwdl, 

W7. 





SaytaiiB 






I aee not a step 

me as I tread oe aaother 

year; 

Bat rve left the past in 

God's keeplag, - the Fb- 

hire His mercy shall clear; 

Aad what looks dark in 

Oie dateaee, may brliMaB 

aa I draw aear. 

-Mary Gardiner Brataard 



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"Create la me a eleaa 
hear^ O God; and renew 
a rii^ q4rit withia me." 
-Paalma Sl:10 



RESOLVE TO START THE HEW YEAR WITH FAITH 

The New Tear for maay of as osnally brings an occasion of festivity, foUowed by a 
weU-meMdag bnt gMerally short-lived lUt of drastic persoaal r^orms. Aiwever, 
one resdlvtlon is all you'll ever need, if yon will let faith s^engthM year itetermlna- 
ttOB to become a better person. Let the first page of the new calendar represent HkX 
aew leaf yw are hn^ ,over, and If yon will resolve to attend the Chareh <rf your 
Choice regfllariy throh^Mmt the comlat year, all the other Items oa your Ust wUl 
uadoubtedly take care of themselves. 



W. L -BILLY- RHODES 
Plumbing and Heating Contractor 

1231 Laurel Avenue - Chesapeake 
420-7108 424-5729 

Haynes Furniture Company Rosewood Memorial Park 



SI24 Va. Beach Blvd. 
.ljn4|!>r«-B«ldiBg-Carpetiag 

Bayslde Motors 

4747 Shore Or. 404-4563 
Charles C. Hale, Sr. * Staff 

Kempsville Pharmacy 

52(6 Princess Anne Rd. 
Robert W. Clyburn-Lynn Leavitt 

Lindsay Bros. Inc. 

HnmUng-Heating-Fttel Oil Del. 
MS Newtown Rd. 497-4633 



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631 Witch Duck Rd. 497^8925 
C. C. Kiriqiatrick 

If litis Furniture at Httltop 

1712La^Rd. 428-59S1 
L. H. Bums k Staff 

Price's Incorporated 

4S80 Pembroke Mall 622-3706 
Brand Name Appliances-TV-Stereo 

,tf7->si<' Home Federal Savings 
& Loan Assoc. 

1635 Laddn Rd. 426-0327 
Church Accounte Welcome 



Smith Sales & Service 

460 BatUefield Blvd. N. 
Elwood Smldi k Employees 
547-2929 



Charlie's Seafood Restaurant 

3139 Shore Dr. 491-9863 
Mary E. Rehpelc k Employees 

Keilam and Eaton Inc. 
BIdg. Supplies 

Princess Aaae Stetlon 427-3200 
Frank k David Keilam 

Andy's Plumbing A Heating 

1003 Canal Dr. 485-5000 
State-Registered-New k Old Work 

Kellam-Eaton Insurance Co. 

3111 Pacific Ave. 428-9161 

Furniture Showrooms 

828 E. LltUe Creek Rd. 

2981 S. MUitary Highway Mi^ 

Sandy Bolte k Employees #m^ , _, . .,, _ _ 

^^«l. D. Miles & Sons, Inc. 
Chesapealce Savings & Loan ^ ^- >"'*■' ^- *^ Assocutes 



Mill-End Carpet Shop 

4740 Va. Beach Blvd. 497-4854 
Taylor B. Carr k Employees 

Preston's Pharmacy 

1401 Poindexter St. 545-7337 
James L. Marshall and Emfdc^ees 

Todd Electric Company 

Henry k Moses Todd k Staff 

Higglns Realty, Inc. 

6620 Indian River Rd. 420-3120 
Cedl M. Harrison A Assoetates 



Frank N. Wood and Assoetates 

Engineering Media Inc. 

606 R. Liberty Street 
CharUe Haekworth k Staff 

Brentwood Restaurant 
A Lounge 

ISU Geo, WasUngtea BMway 
Owaapeake. Va. 487-Otll 
Tom * Unda Rapier k Co. 

Overton's Market 

1419 Fetadezter St 54S-94N 

The Overtoas k Ea^oyees 



Townsend Fuel, inc. 

James Van Dyke and EsMiloyeea 

Southern States 
Chesapeake Assn., Inc. 

1764 S. MUitary I^way 

L. Bdmont WIlUuM ft PMSOMel 

420-1841 

Plas^r AmericaR 

Management Md Peraonnel 



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TNs feature is made possbte throi^ the 
cooperation of our ministers. It is paid for 
by these area frms w^k) believe cwr chur- 
ches are a vital part of our cwnmurrty Ke. 



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Beach teachers oppose 
collective bargaining rtrie 



The VitfiMa B^tk MexaMo AssotMiim, W^re^tag 
most itf tte tMd^rs in tte eit;, Ms wice4 stroBg (^»- 
sttten teihe f««rt i <fceti tfw<itt tte Vlrfti^ iNv»rtffie Cmtrt 
against coUe^n terpiidac ko' sttte el^^ytes. 

Tine assoctattw itrmdl tte d«^lot "ttEtremely r^ret- 
Ad tkat its mmj svc^ssM tuviiaii^ r^ti«^'* irftt 
tke Vlifli^ Beack &teol Board tas teM ieopardized by 
tte (teetsioB. 



V.B.E.A. i^-miMoit SoMft L. fiutx laH the cotort's 
muf wl«nitibMS tte ouiMly mtarM vukinK relattM- 
dM^ Mt dMtfes ttt ri|^ ^ i^ctai^ as pnrfesslt^s, 
to te^ iiMHUgfttl iqpM iaki tte cAiiattoml vncma. 

?.B.E.A. ondals a^ooKed ttcf are Bfi^ its tetdters 
to tmwl to Biciwnd &turtt]p, FA. S to paiti^te 
la a tmtMon kM^^ ^(»rt vtth teacibra eoBilie all 
oiwr tte sttte. 




Beach beauty 

•^iniu Beach of Vitl. ( arol Srotfct- 




Is the^feal^ 
an 89th street? 



By LEE CAHILL 
SUN Public Affairs Writer 

D&t^a^TS want to buiM two duplexes oa four Irts cut 
ort <tf a lOO-toot wide strip o( land identified on city mm 
as 89th street. 

Brt is 8M Str«t a baa fide lOCf-fort wide right-of-way 
oin«i 1^ tte city, or does it belonr to Laiie Geor^ Cor-^ 
pon^M^ tM claims it iwrebased it aloq with the assets 
(d^ntiw defuwt C^ie H«iry Corgontlcm? 

The Uke Gewfe Carporttlw in^ ^ city to accept 
the «mpaf:t 0n as a !nMii|iioB which would aatail 
ctostai tts itw«l Oft the ocott ildt^ lewiiiig two S«-to^ 
U^ taaddaK iq> agaiost Fort Story. It would also m^n 
cl^i^E fdl the aortt half (rf SAh street backi^ against 
FOTt ^>ry to term two more lots divided from the others 
by a e«l de sac. 



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Beach Eastern regional chanps 



Water, sewer laws 
passed by council 



By LEE CAHILL 
SUN Public Af&irs Writer 



Virginia Beach pr(q;>erty owners are now required to bode 
tq> to city water and sewer lines within one year after tt» 
services become available. 



City Council Monday afternoon i»issedt|M^.mandatoryhooic- 
^ ordinances, makii^ them effective immediately, and also 
called for a public heari% on Feb. 28 to ciMisklerttine 
»lditional m(»$Qres recommended by the Mayor's Commi- 
ttee Ml Sewer and Water Rates. 

The comniittee report, presented by Vice Itayw Patrick 
L. StaaAflg, cMtlman, also re^mroends Oat Coomril this 
month auttorixe the sale of ^ million io General (^li- 
gation Bonds to be repaid by a |9.1 milli(» Revenue Boni 
issue to be authorised in April 1977. These Amds will 
fimnce wnter and sewer construction throi^fh 19T7. 



Patriots take city 
basketball title 



Poting for j^ctsres after winntag the Eairtem Regional 
Chanptonsh^is in Frin-nary are Chris Taytor tS First 



Colonial (105), Wayne Martin si KempsvUle (U2), J<Anny 
milibais ol KeUuB <126), and Tim Wagner of Cof(14S). 




David Moore drives on Gary Little. 



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School imbalance brings changes to Virginia Beach school boundaries 



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BfGARY FULLERT(»f 
SUN News Editor 

Like many other cities, Virginia B^^ faces atrial 
pofmlatlon iKrease. Masf familtos find the ndwirban life 
in Virgil Beach attractive and decide to moi« kere. 

TUs "in-B^ratton' snloosly affects Viiiinia Bendi 
schools, causing acme to be over-crowledaBd scnae to be 
uder vtilized. He dieet is parficalarly iramatic at the 
elem^ary school tevel. 

Vii^ii^ Betdi sdmd officials are now feced witti this 
inbtlaec for the 1977-78 school year and have decked 
that howdary (Aangn are necessary to bring ea<A affected 
schoiA more te balance. 

Last Ttarstejr irig^ prtaie^Mls and PTA presidents d 
20 flr^i^ BmcA ^twsitary tO^^f/IBtm Dr. E.E. 
BrickeU, stAfxi nq^rtataadaaLgM^PBF«rtiiMd the 
sKtiitfiM to tte« tm wi^ai M^teir tt^ taretttstrict- 

MeteU UM the PTA heMs and ^Im^ials that rwtts- 
frieling was ne«i»ary to aqaaUee tte uli^ation of all 
sckotris and to ftfMate aneccssary con^rsctioa <d d- 
emciiary sckxds. 






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E, E. BrickeU exp]aine<! Ihf- ;>ii»!«<S'xf srhwl bauBriary 
elemoitary scImwIs. 



chan^i last Mardr to B^h prlncftals a»l PTA teids 



Virginia Beacit SUN all-city basliotball team 




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Qvto Loweff 
at K«B|»vine 



Caneiw Mooi^lkml 
of Ken^vUle 



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rf hrst Crttmitl 



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Beach Dome lands boxing 



ISe attends Classic 



Ccdortul nie Nastase of Rumaoia smashes a serve while 
attending the Beach Tennis Classic last April. 



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By BLAIR THURMAN 
WV l^rts Editor 

ProfMSkDSl Iwxlif is coming to Virginia Beadkcm a 
regolar basis. 
Accmxling to Dallas Tohill, president of sports Promo- 

tlO! ^' '"•♦ " nrnfo.:- ' ; ,f* will hP filled 

at the Virginia Bea<tf Dome within the next year. The first 
date IS Junr 6, with S2 rounds uf boxiog scheduled. 

ToWU, al«« with Ed Ownes, vice- president and secre- 
tary/treafurer of S^rts Promotions Services, is financing 
U» project, and tea hired State Boxing Commission In- 
spector Wally Haigb as general manager to ran the (yer- 
otfon. Haigrh will soon resign his present poritlon In order 



to voit fiR- ^rts Promotions Services. 

T(AiU, a VitfiBta B^teh resUieflt told the SUN, "We 
want to get prctfessioul q»rte in this town, and we think 
bnlag t* a winuer." He e^Mainwi why he thinks the ven- 
tre will be a 8iic<»8s. "Ttere is no place for area ama- 
teurs to tnm ^0, and to my understanding, I'm the only 
pr<Noot«r in Viigta^." 



Th« June S card will feature five f^ur- round fights 
uA two ati-roniid fig^ in the Dome, which will seat 
Ir4p0 tpttHatan. ToUll sees the relatively small seating 
c^dfy ai a ptat. "Tbert will l)e no bad seats and every-^ 
q^ wffl In M* to see elearly," he said. 



il opens way to growth corridor 



A 2,000 acre tract northeast of the Courthouse huy pro- 
vide Virginia Beach with its second growth corridor. 

A master ^n Is being prepared for the entire tract 
to evwtuaUy inclqde sli«le - ftmily and townhouse con- 
straction commercial devel<^ment, and an 18-bote golf 



eoirse, two Uhn and recreational facilities. 

MeamMIe reiotfng of the first 15*7.8 acres of the land 
to R-5 Refldeflttail was apptmeA Monday afternoon by 
City Comcil. Develqiers plan to construct 438 single- 
family homM on this land. 



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Residents asiced 
to limit water use 



The City of Virginia Beach is asking residents to vol- 
untarily limit their use of water between the bcwrs of 
6 a.m. and 9 p.m. for the next 30 days. 

City Manager George L. Hanbury told City Council 
at an Informal meeting Monday afternoon that if the vol- 
untary limitation does not work, the city may have to re- 
sort to arbitrary restrictions. 

The fault lies not with the supply of water, fdiich, 
he said, would be adequate, but with the city'»distri- 
iHition system. 



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Norsiiig Hoi 
: kst M^, hi^^'without a slight ca^ 




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princesses s^cted 



Neptune princesses frrnn area high schools were selected 
last May for the Court of King Neptune IV. 



^JUNE 



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All-City Baseball team setected by SUN 




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Playar of the Year 



Mfi» .^e, Player of the Ymf, fi^m KempstAli, tiuws 
his wiinli« furn ^^alnst Ctarehland last May - 



Ton? Tata 
of Kempsvllle 



Tom R«p 
of Kem^vtlle 



Del Moody 
id KempsviUe 



Twmt$-am-fmx'-o\4 SUcey Price was crwrMd QMen 
(tf a» Su ta July for the N^itwie Festival's first major 
beanty pageant. 



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water savings pian 



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ardin* 

unces cs; ' otis mucb as $500 ^ te termin- 

ntioo of VHt(. period tf MMMueir. 

Virginia Bt . 'to apprart tttvA^ 

saving measures Monday aflernoon. Tbe dttts tl^it- 
folk and Chesapeake were expected to consider similar 
urdinances Twsday to meet the emergency resulti^ tnm 
the prolonged drought affecting Norfolk's water sandy 
which fiirnjshfis *(at<>r to Vinrlnia Beach and jart of Ckes- 

The iii'ji t'uase cji tut nruiriance nsts seven specific 
prohibitions as follows: 

No waterkig of shrubbery, trees, lawns, etc. except 
from a waf^irinp fan nv irfhfr container not io eiceed 
thret 



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ity with a water recycling system approved by the city. 
A sign must be posted stating such a recycling system 
is io operation. 

No washing sidewalks, stre«ts, service station aprons, 
exteHor of bulUttngs or wy outdoor surface except from 
a bucket or oOier cootalnti^ not to ttc«ed tb^ee gallons. 

No operation «f any oroamental fountains. 

No fiUir" ■" -"«"'nf!; of swimming and/orwading pools. 
City Matt L. Hanbury said, however, that re- 

placeneot of water in pools to makiK np for evtiporatloD 
will be permitted to keep the pool .system operating prop- 
er^. 




ttesMBnts^ fight etty han 

Greai^i residoiAsviewal plans in A^ost for^e ggvera- 
ment ii^ized houi^ slated for ttelr ctmUDimity. The 
residents init 19 ii good fight but the bimsing project was 
l»iilt, anyway. 




ChambCi" oi tommerce j.ijk>uikih "a*i uma* ■..»'='v> '••™ 
wife Nita. find Jaycee president Bill Richeson, take tim^ 
out t ' the chambers annual outing in September 

at Priiiwo^ Millie Park. 



Kings Grant 

hot potato stili going 

Residents of Kings Grant offered pro]M)sals to Virginia 
Beadi Council to dela)r .in «pstitment project. But the re- 
ply teceived to their ^ro^sals from City Uanager George 
L. Hanbury referred to townhouses. 

AiMirtmeots or townhouses, CounplliloBdayafterBOOBtook 
no action on a request by the citizens of Kiags Grant 
and neighboring areas of the Little Ntok PenittsuU that 
the city impose a buildiog moratoriiM Io give ttte Coua- 
cil time to review and revise its zoolag and development 
poliei^ to ensure that future building derelopmcnt pro* 
ceedfi at a pace diredtly geared to the ability of the city 
to pbm for and fund accompanying community services." 



eas. 

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to f igiit liousing 



>n their drive ti s- *?' 

income housing project iroin being constructe-. 

,[,.;,>, I and surrounding h' 

Those ill attenaancf cueered iis Attorney i 

Gilbert warned city officials "take heed-yt^ 

(jr last term." , , ^ 

**'f!agerGeorge Hanbury spoke to the residents asking 

■derstand that their City Council is not tespon- 
sibk lor the planned construction. He instead directed 
resDorslbilttv for tlte planned project to HUD and the building 
f! id Waldrow, Inc, of Roanoke, an ars 

nw ui wii tvun Corporation. 

Hanbory, told residents that the planned project would 

feature a racial make up of 90% white and 10% black. Gil- 

Tw»H ri>taliated calling Hanbury's reference to race in the 

lersonal insult" and stated that "nothing could be 

nuer uoin the truth." 

The heart of the resistance to the project appears to 
be the failure of the city to keep abreast of the temendous 
growth in <>>" fpmpsville and Green Run area of the city. 




v* *h. 




FreeW9e0 brIhigsBfili a pony 

Six year old Beth Miller of Chesapeake was the SUN's 
success story ol the year. Beth advertised a free home for 
a pony in the SUN's Free-Bees and without too much delay 

r^CeiV«l|lft frf* nnny. 



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Iteptuiis Festival higMights Beach autumn 




King Neptnnv, Fred jHapolltmo, and court were the royal- 
itv surroundlnc thd Neotune Festival held In Octcter. 




Inlet 
oaficei mM 



' HMel <» Hiiu ,1 was meM b? the 
Irgisii Mk(^ to r. WayM MeLotey 



^OTual mmm M^day afiec^w, that iM ctty 
^t rewl^ mw* i» tte iand «e^ (or tte 
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J0:Caipda or Virginia iHteti ran and lost tM state elec- 
flki' In Voveinb«r for tte offlc* of Virginia's Lt. Govemer. 
Herl Canada is pictured witii Marsball Coleoun at a GOP 
rally held on Virgiida Bwcli Blvd. a few days btiort 
tlK Section. 



Sheriff Joe Smith woo re^ila^on in Kovembet uncontest- 
ed. 



I Jotu Atkinstm, new treasurer for Virgbiia Bracb. 

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No more 
water bah 



AU water conservaticn measures in Virginia Beach im- 
I posed At%. 29 in the midst of the summer drought, have 
; been lifted. 

Starting November 15 to coincide with anticipated action 
" Norfcdlc City Council, restrictions were taken off "non- 




JOHN AHONSON; Virginia Beach Treasurer-elect; 
"Winning beats katng. I'm looking forward todie challmge 
ofd(dngtbe}0b." 



CLARENCE A. HOLLAND; Virginia Beach Mayor, "In the 
House of Delegates race, the incumbni^ all returned by 
close margins. It's my observation that the candidate 
who got the most votes was the only one who did not seem 
to be involved in Council matters." 






BUSTER O'BRIEN; HooM k Debates candidate; "We're 
«sappointed we didn't win but we're very proud of the 
things peq>le didfor us." / i* «« w we 



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essential" water uses such ajs watering lawns, wasttingcars 
•and (iUii« swimming pools. ' 

At the same Ume, the ci^ has resumed enforcement 
<rf mandatory water ant sewer hook-ups ordinances which 
had bera siKpended because of the water shortage. 



Jaycees select Beach beit 



Winners of the Virginia Beach Jaycees annaal Outstand- 
ing Awards were announced in November. Winners are 
(left to right): Outstanding Young Educator Donald L. 
Harvey, Outstanding You% Law Enforcement Officer Jim- 



my W. Mobley, Outstanding Young Woman Kay Mitchell, 
Outstanding Young Farmer Donald H. Horseley and Out- 
standinc Young Man Skip Wilkins. 



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TlmfM oktift iv»V Imt go trornia M» etM^m' to mmHmr wm." 

Beach bfcje laws pronvtod tNs SUN adtorial cartoon In Oeqember. 



Beach conference center approved 



Virginia Beach Citf Cotmcil aniroved a contract for the 
coastructioo of the Arts ami Conference Center which will 
push the total cost of the project |2 million ^yond the |16 
million orginally estimated by City Manager George 1. 
Hanbury. 

The v(rte was not unanimous, 7-3, but tiie item had 
been placed on the "consent agenda" reserved for matters 
considered to be routine by the City Council. These items 



are usually v(Aed with a single motion. 

Council liiH-oved the low bid of Basic Construction Com- 
pany lor IM.OeS irtiich reflects a $2,104,600 reduction 
from tte orglnal Ud of $18,168 of $2,104,600. 

Architects fees ($1.3 million), roads, cutts and gutters 
($700,000) tad eaotli«encles ($500,000) wUl bring the en- 
tire ia>o]ect over the $18 million mark. 



Blue laws confuse council 



By LEE CAHILL 
SUN Public Affairs Writer 



' CouBcilmaa R. L. Ri^s brooght his tight against <&e 
tete blue law before his coljeifues on tba Virginia 
BMch City Council, received Ituhe glimmers of «9- 
port, but no action. 



Although there was gemral agreement among the coim- 
cilnM that the law was poorly written, «^ff»fBSii^ and 
difltcttlt to enforce. Council failed MMday aftoraoon to 
glm Rlf^ the endorsement of a ref«reiid«m whkth he 
•oiigirt. 

Enacted by tlM; State Legislature, the l^ue law pto- 
vidM localities with a local ^On thrvugfe a nrfereedum. 



Rampant growth hit by 000 



To halt "nu^jant, imo»trail«4 frm«i" James F. WU- 
^■briak m tte CqibcU «I CIHc tMi^niiAtlon of Virginia 
Mmel fovalty mibmitted a Ust^ s^testiMs to coim:il- 

VMM tew n^ir«s a'e^p-^w^ve laM use ptei lor 
■MA tfty^ t8M, wAmWl^mmB todottsbe^ "to 
wi^WB* Mt the'fiMit BMM% 4u 4u^ a htdlow itocu- 
wkeX in respMse to state re^naniift," 



CCO yttJfKNMua mA. tx sUi^eut i ««|yu-«mi«ts Ofe SM- 
iag ngalMoBS and on eoartU s^e <teM^vmettt. 

A MlgMitlOB ttat woidd teve a f^ta^Mit oe ^^ te- 
\rri«pMM it to "Umtt hM! (Mi^^^terMM4^«tty. 
ii»i^ revM^iag tte mnmk trw^w M^nai^fMHr- 
iUy tevonlfly to mtfig timpm tttt IvavMi i w uity . 

"fta doBl inaft to sh9 p^tMi." i^ miilftilifc, 
mM to dendop a WW eoae^ towant j 




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military at home and abroad 



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Uebold 



Berry 



Kt^y 



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llariM Lance Cofporal Scott D. Taylor, son of Mr. tod 
Mrs. David Tafloir of 3M0 Old Tm Laac, Vir^nia BmA, 
lias btMi promOUi) to Ms pres«M rank vkttt sarvlic vttk 
tke 2d Marine Divlsioo, Marine Corps tew. Cao^lAjcue, 
N.C. 



M j^Md tke lluia* Con^ im DeenMer I97S. 



Yuhas 



liai§ SUf'i ^rvlceB^ Seaman A|f>r»tice Joan L. 
Y^ai( ilinltiir ^ Mr. aad Mrs. Alliert I. YohasotQpal 
Av«., TttHiti Vaadi. vas graduated from Basic Ship's 
SMrvMeiMB S^ool. 

k im trains of Princess Hi(l> School skt Joiaed 



Hudson 



C^OMl I^^ C. Hodsett (d Tborou^ood Drive. Vit- 
tfihi B e tcit, was mmm ^^ toore tlua 200 Air Fon^ Re- 
ser# oi^^ fl iri M0 D iit the natiOB vho idteaded tte re- 
erat annal eaafcrence Uxr academy liaison officer coord- 
iaaUB-f aad ikpattes beld at the U.S. Air Forte, Academy^ 
Coloiito l^rhiifs, C(rio. 



Holman 



Thenas D. Bolmaa, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert D. 
Petndte Qt SmfleM RtNid. Vlrgioia Beach, is currently 
atteniHag tie U.^. liaval Academy, AnmqKdis. Hd. 

He is a 1973 gradaate of Frank W. CoiUchS^ool; 



Flynn 



Const Ourd Seaman ^ii»«rtiee Denate D. Flyn Jr., 
son of Ifr. aad Mn. Dem^ D. Glymi of Kings Ldw Drive, 
Virginia BmA, has ctmipleted mcmtt traintag at the 
Const Guard Trabdng Center, Cape Iby, N. J. 

A wn gradnate of Kellam High School, he joined the 
Coast Gnard in S^teaher 1971. 



WHttams 



U. S. Air Force Airman First Class Cnrtis M. Williams 
Jr., son of Mr. ud Mrs. Cvrtts H^lUams Sr. otMorgu 
Trail, VirfinU BMCh, kas arrived tot dnty at BiMMqro 
Air Force ^Mm, N. J. 

The airman attested Kenqtsville High School and Vir- 
gUria Beach Vocational-Technical School. ^^ .^j^^,. 

^uiioS lo 91fiSdD 
l-I o1 ijn*'^ 



Talejkowski 



Mvy SnaiMn Recrtit AUred O. Ta^ovM, Mn ot 
Mr. ud Mrs. Alfred 0. Talejowski Sr. <rf WilUam Pitt 
LMe, Virgil BMCh, has coo^^nd n^ratt tav^tag 
A ttie Ifeval Traimag Cater, Great Lalces, 01. 

He ff^tAUm lUvy ta Sinter 1977. 



Post 



Mvy Cm^ ThMHs S. Post, son of Mr. ntf Mrs. 
Wutf I. ^at tf. Kdao CoHft, VfrfMi AnA, n^MIy 
^■^•M the haaic MMl Fli^ (Mpeer Pftgcam A Vb» 
Mi«l i^ te^ to MrMk, 



A 1^ ff^HM id Ferru mtm Ctdi^i, i^ fhyl* 
1^,. ifm a tnehria*- of a^Me d^r«. he jataatflte 



Ibvy Ainna Mervtt FrMln^ck L. UMxAd m, swof 
Pradirtek L. IMOd Jr. of Virginia Beach, haa eta- 
pletod reeratt trataft* at tte Mval Tratatog Crater, 
(Maado, Pte. 

M ioiaed ttie Itavy in iMmher 1977. 



Richards 



Robert J. Richards, sonof Mr. andMrs. Jack B. Rlektfrte, 
Ceaventtoa Drive, flrgiaia Beach, ik currently tftei4M| 
ttie U.S. Haval Academy, Ann^poUs, Md. 

Be is a 197( gradna«i tf teystde High School. 



PhiHips 



Navy Sanaaa Briaa M. I%ill4», soa of Mr. and Mis. 

Paul C. PUUlps otMc^ve Conrt. Virgiaia Baneh, ban eon- 
pMed the Navy's basic riectrkity eleetrtadcs coarse. 

A 19K gradnate of Kempsvflle High SdMOl, he Jolaed 
the Navy iaJidy 1977. 



Coleman 



ifa^pM Privati WOHe F. CouMmir., nibee wm 
in^ da«h(er of Mr. and Mi'iVlklRiitdiler et^fiato 
Baieh, hns competed recndS tnmtt >t tt* Mnrtae Cor# 
Reentt Depot, Panls Islaad. S.C. 



He Joiaed the Mariae Corps in April 1977. 



Todd 



Mvy Ueoteanat Commuder Janw M. Todd^ soft <rf Mr. 
ud Mn. Blutflo V. Todd of NMth Lake Road. Virgiaia 
Be8<^, has ben promoted to his loessnt nudt vhile servtag 
at Pearl &ut>or Haval Shin«rd, Hamii. 

A 19M gradnate Ot m Merdmnt Marine Academy. Kiigi; 
Poirt, M.T., vdth a badwlor (d scimce degree, he Joined* 
the Navy la September 1969. 



Copeland 



staff Sernnrt WHliam W. Copetand, tntjOer of Jnmee 
W. Copelaad of Oafclaaf Laae, Vir^nia Beach, tan gradaated 
from Hw tactied Air Comnud Noneemiwinrioaad OtDcer 
LcHlersUp School at Laagley AFB, Va. 



Cason 



Sergsnat William T. Cason, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paal 
S. Cassa Sr. of Saabonrd Road. Vlrgtaia Bendi, hangra^ 
dnatad «Nk haaors ti Keestar AFB, Mtos., fmm fhe UJ. 
Air tmtt tatt^ctf traittbv course lor ^ teaSte mtii€H 

Tly i^gnaat is a 1979 gradmrte of Kellam H^ 



Syre 



UJ. Att- FersetWf S«i^nnl I^ry A- *Fre, aeaef Ite. 




A^f* M a 19VI padMe of Mi* («. vs.) 
~ LMMaM 1. Iflffe, ftitdas ^ 

W.fa. 



Navy Yeonah ThlN Class Phttttp W. Befnr. sepiefj^- Jtobw f^ ^^t^J^SJ^^S^^^L 

fred Berry of 19* Stmt aad 0«^ilo€»ol«aaU Mat "•»» wn^i:«*2X'^fS^ ^^^ 

Road, both of Virgiaia BnA,re(^i<^aMdlrMn«ei- Beaei, w parted fro* The Barte Mwfl. 

tended doploymeat in the WMtern Pa^. 



He is servii« u a crei«eiMw tfnard tte ^paiMMS 
eomnatd ship USS Blue lUge. hmepw*«l to *n Ole|«. 
Wlile dtptoyid. his am operate* as a mM <rfthelI.S. 
Seventh Fleet. 



He Joined the Havy in Jtfy WI4. 



A 197S graduate of Fruk W.vC« ffli^ Srtotf. Md a tf!f 
gnduate of VlrgWt I^Mattanetftt Wven^. «cMm«4^ 
«ith a bachelor etee^ee d«irae. N Joind HI Wt^^ 

Corps in May 1977. A ^ 

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Brown 



Enoch 



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Nny Smaak ^«nlt Dina L. Brtuni, ana <tf lb*, aad 
mH. Oaaa L. Brevn of TMlfm XMm, VtiiWa Bench, 
^ OMq^M Mcndt tnfalar «t ike Naval TnAUng Cte- 
ter. e^risMh^ FM. 

He Jeiaed the Itevy ia March 1977. 



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ir. ?nott of 

Drtvr, 
4 Mr. tad ttnu tnory 
m ot 1^t|^ Baaek, van 



IBlllfh Of Wf^MU^ff 



Itefae Seeoad 
Mr. ud Mra. Joha 
irtte Midn Is Hie 
MKttey of 8ui|y 
gradttted from The 



A 1919 gcadtote of Utiversity of Vlr^ala. 
viUe, wtth a iiehdor of arts degree, he Jolnad^ 
C^rpn la Itey Im. 



McNeni 



Wniams 



Navy Flrenu Apprentice Mark B. McNeiU. sm of Mr. 
aad Mrs. R^ Mif eUl of Paul Jones Circle. Vlrgtaia Baneh, 
hu oei^pMnd^iert^ tndniag A Hm Naval Traintag Cen- 
ter, (M^ido. Ftti. 

He Joined the Wty in November Itn. 




Mariae Private Ftrrt Class UtMm L. Wlttnas. sonol 
Shirley L.WBUams of Ptrst Ce«« Rsad, Vfetfala Bwcft^ 
hw r^orled for doty vM Hie Id Martae DIvlslea, Itartae 
Coivs Base, Camp LeJeue, N.C. 



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Mariae CMttih IM 0. Paulsoa. soa of !fevy C^laia 
ud Mrs. G. t Patfsoa of Whisper Lane, aadvlieM irtte 
Susu is the daq^lfr of Retired Mariae Corpa Gcaeral 
ud Mr*. Cart A. fd«gdale of Cwdlatf load, tfl of ^«r- 
glala Be*eh, M eonptoted Hw Airiatloa Bafrty Conmaad 
Course. 



A 1999 graduate of Lehigh Ufetverstty, Bethdem. Pa., 
trttt a flUuMn^ of Science degree, he Joined Hm Mariae 
Corps ia ^y H^. 



Baker 



Clark 



Navy Plre CaHOfA TecMdciu TUrd Clans Dnmqr L. 
Onrit. ao« df Mirterie J. Clarfc ol Sontt Lyaiii van Rand. 
ud lAose vito KMhreea is tte dnghter taWt, andMn. 
M^ CflUMd of Appiu Ave., all of Virgiaia Beach, wns 
grwhmtad ftrui Fire Coatrel Technietan S^aoi. 



A 1911 gr^Hate of Kettanffii^ School, he jotoedttieMnvy 
ta FfliarMiir 1977. 



Arnold 



Mvf Atrana i^piaattM Omite L. ^wfd« ana of Ibr, 
aad Ifen. Joim t, mm ftU, Benuurd's B^Mie, llrgMa 
BMch» tan ewqj^d recnM tntatag at flM Mval Trala- 
iag Geal«, OH^de, Fte. 



Be Jotaed On Mry la SeptaaMwr 1977. 



Navy Boiler Teehaieiu nremu AipreaMee Arthar 
Baker, aoa of Mr. aad Mrs. F^ L. Bidler ot N. Ottavm 
Rold, VUfinin Beech, las bnlpad Ma ih4> ^ » vrnv^r 
tlve award. 



He is s«bim as a crevmember abdird tie eoabat atoM 
ship USS Su Diege, hoaepiated in RerftBc. 



A 19n graduate of KMpsvilie RIgh Sehod, he Jotaod 
the N«ryta De^ndMir 1911. : k 

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Martae Prhrate VWltem 8. Vua Jr., m 
Vua Sr. Of B«!k Bay, V^fiala Beach, tas 
da^ vtai H« fd Iftrine OHMoa. Mariae 
Camp Le^UM, N.C. 



He,J<daed the Mariae Cotps la Mae 1977. 



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Nmwtown Road 7:<X> 



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Now One Great Hairstyling Salon 
for Men 9nd Womien.,. 

^ PAULA A GUS'S 
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•^ Datty-no appointment 
Evenings-by appohtment Only 

Quaity work^t||Bb|E0|^ prices 

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"You'U be |Md fM came!" 

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50M VA. BEACri BLVD. 

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Princess Beauty Salon 

3500 VA. BEACH BLVD. (MALIBU TOWI^) 
340-46(d 




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'W#i«9 yf^tordi^ ^ today 
styles at dowii to EARtH PRICES" 
Man's Hair Styles 

*AU WELL KNOWN 
PRODUCTS USED 
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Hwl CMtain ttyte thofi you, and you dom. 
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Fonninf in: 

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Fashion MerchandislBg 

.Biad^Camr Acadeioy ^^ ^""^ ""* Cosmetics 

Jc?Jofcf^°" • 5P«^ H«>M«tay Saving 

ACT NOW! If you register prior to Jan. 1. 1978 

Randall Aaxiemy 

IMSomhWitchduclcRoaci 
Virginia BwidvVa 23462 
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^PQPOSiP HIOHW AY PROJECT 
FiRST C(H.bNIAL ROAD 



Clfy OF VMINIA BEACH 



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A Loattos aad D^pi MtUc RMfiog will be hieU by 
t ra^tttwtettv* ol ttie Viifinla DqMrtment oi Highways 
«■« Traii^pm't^ioD on ftbmrj U IVn, at 7:30 P.M. 
to ^ LnAhavaa Jnior Hii^ SOml AoMtortara loaded 
at, tmiv&fm Btbn in VfiflniA Boudi, tor tte pwpMe 
of eoirtdedag tte ^^iposed loc^on ud des%n of First 
{^Mritt MM from WiU-O-Wi^ Drive to 0.094 mile 
SbiA ol f ^giida Beach Boulevaitf in the City of Vir- 

AH taMfMted parties^are ut4d to atteod and give the 
npaitnaal tte Mn^ <tf their snun^te and sug^- 
ttow relttive to the proposed highway iiniMrovMDeM.< 

Maps, drawings, and other Uiforiiiatioa are araiMde 
for pakiie review and copying in the D^partmort of 
liifftnji aad Transportatioa District (M£9 tocated i^ 
liaklMim Midn. Street in Snffblk; Ja its tosidetcy^^*^ 
fUMtowM at the intevsediepi, of Bvsi^ Bwrte 13 
CHIIIteiT Bkhway) ni Route IN ia Ch^^ieake^ and to 
air^ee^lhe Director of ]C>ubUc Woits for the Ctty 
of Tliftaia Beach. 

linrrtfWlitiTtrft ol the Department will be presnt 
at tlH' I^nohavan Jvolor High School trota 5:00 P.!!. 
to 7:00 P.1I. oa the dhrfif the. hearlag, fw an iaforaial 
review of available laranflatioa by interested dtiaeDs. 
All taterested persons are eacooraged to review the pro- 
ponl uior to the fcDFDal hearing. 

Written stateoMBts and other exhibits rektive to the 
fxt^^ m^ be pres«ited in i^ce (rf, or in 
^ amitMeaMitM at'the h«u1^. Mft writt^ 
«N ai^ts iMff also be sdMnitted to tte 
iA U9 time««iy,^ j|L|> after tbepaUic 

^At Ms toe^flD»«tf Adyf i^mc tearing, retoeatKw 
asMl^M* fnvwM M HMttve setotales for rigM et 
■n^ ^^^bMm itf M^nctitMi will also be discessed. 

mm I^^My and Una^pertatlm CoanlssbM ctf Vtr- 




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The VlrgiaU Beach Planning Comroisston will bold a 

at HMMnr oa Tuesday, Jaouary 10, 1978. at 12:00 
I laSSltoKU Chaahera of the AdminlstratbiA 
I Anae CoorUiouse, Virginia Beach, 
Dwiag applicatioos will appear on the 

5aSrred 80 Days by Plaaalng Commissioa on Novem- 
ber* 1977; 




1. $EdbdivisioD Vailaace: i^yeal from Decisiot^ of 
Admiai!^raUve Oflu^ri^ in regain to cintain elematts 
of the SabdfirisifA Ordiobce, l^uidivision fM* Salasky 

k StikA RiMlty Dei«lifiineBt Corporatioa. Property lo- 
cated oa the North i^ of 33rd Street, 50 feet East 
of Holly Road. Plats with more dialled infoi^aticm 
, are avaUalde in fbe DqnrtmeDt of Planning. 

2. PetitiOD of Laraan Realty Corporation for a Change 
of Zoning District^ Classifiaitioo from A-1 ^rtnitpt 
District to H-2 Community-Business District on certain 
parcels located on the Souttt side of Newtown Road. 
Pared 1: Bflgiiviiflg at the Northeast interseetibn of New- 
town Road and Goodman Road, running a distance of 257.40 
feet along tiie Nwth side of Goodmau Roul, running a 
distance Ot 390 feet in a Northeasterly direction, running 
a distance ol S09t.6i feet in a Northwesterly directifw 
anl running arouiid a curve in a Southwesterly direction 
a distance ^448.22 feet more or less. 

Parcel 2: Beginaing lU a p^iitf 925 fe^ more or less East 
of Shumey Lam, running it^didtance^^of 252.34 fe^ along 
the South side of NewtOin'Road, runnii% a distance cd 
200.12 feet along the Eastern property line, runniis a 
disteDce td 225 feet aloi^ the Southern prtqierty line 
and running a distance of 200 feet along ttie Western 
property line. , 

Parcel 3: Beginning it a point 1353 feet more or less 
East of Sbuii^^ Lane" ruimiag a d^tance of 206.09 feet 
along tiie Soon side of Newtowa Road, railing a distance 
Of SX> feet alo^ the Eastern prcqierty line, rwttli^ a 
distaiMse of 220 feet along the ^nitbem prc^pei^ liM 
aad running a distance of 200 feet along the Western 
property Uae. 

Said,jparo^,aa)lai|i 4 JS acres. Plats with more detailed 
infermatioB an aniliSite in the Deparfini»it (tf Plahning. 
(Betty F. WiUtajns jQen^ary School-New^m Fvtm 
Area). BAiraiDE B(^HK;h. 

3. ^HciittM ol AmoRi Oil Company for a Cooditicnal 
Use Pwnit fmr % aUf -iMirice gasoUne statton on cer- 
tain property locatod attteS<rathwest comer of NorUiamjH 
t(^ BMto«ard aad Biier Road, numing a distaiM^ <a 
20S.S4 feet along theiSoatk aide of I^ortfiam^n Boule- 
rard, nnatog a <ttsti^^ ISSi'M^i^c me Western 
jHtyerty lioe, running 'a distal 01^.88 feet alrag 
the Soothera property line, ruu^ a tttsUace of 90 fen 
alMg the W«t side oi Bater Rom and runing annud a 
cum ia a Northwesterty directira a (tistanceof 106.27 
te^. add pareer(»itfaias ,71 aen, BAYaDf WK^VGH. 

4. Anai^ttin of ^ dU diMi^aay <tf l^insylvaaia fer 
tlw IkJ^HttnaJBce, clsmire and aliandM«bert of a por- 
ttoa of Old Ptvvitoice R(kd cm certain property kxMed 
at the i^fliwest lnte»eeU(» of btdiaa Rii^r Rwd lad 
Provto)Ke R<HuI, nuaiag a distance (K 209.12 feet in 
Westerty dfre^oa, ruimiv a tfstuwe trf^O fe^ in a 
ScMherty dire^^, ruoa^ around a ourve in a Soott- 
Mrtejrty <ttmttai a distance <rf IM feet more ur Ms, 
ruimiw i Instance of 115 feet moi« w leSs in a Nortii- 
eastefty dlrecttM and raning around a curve ina Norths 
westerly direction a distance of 32 feet more or less. 
Said parcel contains .289 acres more or less. KEII!%- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 

Regular Agenda 

Subdivision Variance. 

S Subdivision Variance: Appeal from Decisions of M- 

mlnistrative Officer* in regard to certaia etemwts ai 

the Subdivision Ordlaaaee, SdbdivisioafOr JoteP. Auter, 

Pn^rty located on the North side ot the Norfttt-Vto-- 

ginia Saacb Toil RdiMl. fOSflfdet' BMt «if9Wmwmmm 

Road: Plats with more detailed information are a^ilable 

in tte Dapartmeid of Ptamaing. 

8. SMKvisbM Varies: A|^ from Decislaas ot Ad-^ 

ministntive Officers in regard to certain elements of 

the Subdivlsloo Ordinance, MMUvisioa tor Janes Wright. 

Property located at the Soatheaat iateneetloft of General 

Boatb Boulevard and Hobart Avenue. Plats wtOi^ more 

detailed tnformatloa aire available in the DepariilieBt of 

Plaaai* 

Chaage of Zonlag Dlatrid Claaamcatioo: 

■ of AMM C. IfocMo t» a Change (rfZ^taR 



District Classification from AG- 1- Agricultural District 
to B-1 Bi^iness-Residential District on certain property 
located 3S3.1 feet West of Glebe Road beginning at a point 
700 feet more or less South of Princess Anne Road, run- 
ning a dit^ance of 395 fe^ more or less along the Northern 
property line, running a distance of 1081.5 feet along 
the Western property line, homing a distance of 391.3 
feet along the Southern profwrtyltUeend running a distance 
of 921.1 feet aloi« the^Eastern property line. Said parcel 
contains 9 acres more or less. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH 

8. Petition of The City of Virginia Beach Development 
Authority for a Change of Zcming District Classification 
from B-r2 Community-Business District to 1-1 Light In- 
dustrial' Distri<^ on certain property located on the West 
si(£e dflManuHid Springs Road b^^iimiog at a point 78.63 
fe^ sooth el the Norfolk Southern Railway, numinga dis- 
tance (rf 823.83 feet along the West side of Diamond 
Sprtoei Road, runnU% a distance of 490.85 feet along Uie 
Soifliwftn pftyerty Itoe, running a distance of 8^.52 
fedt akmg the Western prt^rty Une and running a dis- 
tance of 499.89 feet along the Northern property line. 
Said parcel contain^ 9.349 acres. (Airport Industrial 
Pait Area). BAT^DE BOROUGH. 

9. Petition of Beach Northampton Vacation, Incorporated 
for a Change of Zoning District Classification from H-1 
Hotfd District to B-4 Resort-Commercial District on 
certida pn^erty located an the Soutii side of Northamp- 
ton Boulevard banning at a point 6M) feet more or less 
East of Baker Road, numing a distance of 231 feet along 
the South side of Northampt(» Boulerard, running a dis- 
tance of 558 feet along the Eastern property line, run- 
ning a (Ustance of 447.71 feet in a Southwesterly direc- 
tion,, running aroimd a curve in a NorOierly directtona.„ 
distance of 400.26 feet, running a distance of 54.21 
feet in a Ncniteasterly direction, running a distance 
of 97.34 feet in a Northwesterly directiai aad running 

a distance of 85.34 feet in a Northerly direction. Said 
parcel C(wtains 4.339 acres. BAYSmE K>ROUGH. 

10. Petition of Rc^er H. A J. Beverley Sawyer for a 
Chaage of Zonii% District Classification from AG-1 
Agricultural District to I-l Light lathistrial District on 
certain property located m the South side of L(»don 
Bridp Road beginning at a point 306 feet more or less 
East of ^piffi Con»r Road, running a distance of 925.46 
feet ak^ tl» Soirth siite of London Bridge Road, numing 
a distance of 600.15 feet in a Sorthwesterly direction, 
runnii« a distance of 229.06 feet in a Southea^erly 
direction, running a distance of 776.3 feet in a So^wester- 
ly ^Ktiwt, nmiiflg a distance of 409.9 fe^ in a South- 
east^ d|i«ett(»« nnning a disUnce of 779.8 feet in 
a SoiMn^tf«rly direction, running a distance oi 14S8.M 
feet fia a NOrthvMSterly directira, runniM a distance (d 
1783.t ied almg tke Western pn^erty line, mnnii« a 
distal^ (tf 344.fi fMt in an Easferbr dirediott, muting 
a dislance of 292.38 fe^ in a Somwesterly direction, 
rwmi^ a dtetance of 345,18 feet in a SoMiea^rly 
dii-ecpm and turning a (Ustance eg 1294.22 fe^ A a 
NortfiMxterty (ttrectim. Said parcel cmtains 84.74 acres. 
PRINCES ANNE BOROUGH. 

11. PMtioo <d Chesapedce Savings aad Loan Associati(» 
for a Ouge xd Zo^ Dlsti^ aassfficatton btim R-5 
ResitiMmt mstrtct to B-frOMtt|Mr-B«siness District 
m certeia pn^erty locatil on tte wr»t side trf Pleamre 
House Road b^iraing at a pcrint 200 feet North d £M- 
don ^p^^ rm&iv a (Ustance td 80 fe^ along tte W^t 
side it ftm^are House Road, rmta^ a dtstane (d 
173-,IM riOBg to Northern prtmerty ^, rm^s a 
dU^^l 4 n^ A^ atoHtfe^steii pn^noly Oie 
and yapnt V^Ttift-^ of uf.iD IM skm tki Soirtten 
prof^ UM. %U^^ CQi^ks .31 l«fe. O^ttdtfbrd 
Terrace Ar«i). BAraBJEflW^WSH. 

12. Pittton of Hcmysaa (k>i|N^ati<» for a dun fd 
ZoidarlHriittt Classlfli^Mi trm R-f MAiwOU ns- 
tri(rt M (Mto IMrict OB Mrtain jnipm^ tooted at 
the ajftaaat w^r oC W^mmk mM ttK For^ Gl« 
Roa|^Srii«V«^Bce oilio fe€ft aMig flw WM side 

(rf Tliifc I nmii. fMBtac i dMoM tf97:t feet ^ 

Qm i^ma prnpH^ Uae, r«nlng a AirtsMe of \m 



feet along the Western pr(¥erty lii» and nmning a dis- 
tance of 97.5 feet along tte South side of Forest Glen 
Road. StM parcel contains .335 acre. (Pecan Gardras 
Area). LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

13. Petition of Bay Colony Concepts, Inc., for a Chaise 
of Z(»ing District Classification from R-4 Residential 
'District to R-5 Residential District on certain pnqierty 
located -at the NorUiwest intersection of Great Neck 
Road and Uuarel Cove Drive, running a distance of 
752.50 feet along toe West side of Great Neck Road, 
nmning a distance of 425.49 feet along the Northern 
property line, runnii^ a distance ol 728.86 feet alcmg 
the Western pnq>erty line and running a distance of 450 
feet along the North side of Laurel Cove Drive. Said 
parcel ctmtatos 7.63 acres. (Laurel Cove-Woodhurst 
Areas). LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

14. Petition of D. V. White, Jr., and C. L. Hershberger, 
Jr., for a Change of Zoning District Classification from 
A-1 Apartment District to B-2 Community-Business Dis- 
trict on certain pnq>erty located at the Northwest in- 
tersection of Holland Road ami Governors Way, running 
a distance of 189.21 feet along toe North side of HoUand 
Road, running a distance of 197.74 feet along the Western 
property line, numing a distance of 185.97 feet along 
the NortheEa propeuy line and running a distance <d 
170.52 fdR along tte West side of Governors Way. 
Said parcel contains .'792 acre. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



15. Petttl(m M Umted Virginia Bank-Seaboard National, 
Executor of the Estate of Annie B. Croonenberghs, for 
a Change of Zoning District Classification from 0-1 
Office District to I-l L^ht Industrial District on cer- 
tato property located on the East side of Bendix Road 
begiiming at a point 390 feet more or less South of Bonney 
RMid, rmadng a distance of 146 feet along the East 
side <d Bendix Road, running a distance of 470.20 feet 
along tin Sootheitl pn^erty Une, nirai^ a distan(% of 
523.72 fe^ ahmg tta fiuf^em pnyerty line and r^ntog 
a distaiKe oi 6M feet along the Northern pn^erty Uae. 
Said paTMl eoetatos 4 acres. KEMPSVILLE BO^UGH. 

16. PetttioB of Em^ G. Valiaaos for a Chaage <d &m- 
ing District Classificattoa fnmi R-8 Reshi«ittal IMstrict 
to B-2 Coramiuity-Buslness District on certain {Hrt^erty 
located oa the North side of Baxter R(nd begbmlag at a 
point 470 feet East of Princess Anne Road, nmm^ a 
dlMaace oi 139.17 te^ along the North side fd Itexter 
Road, rumteg a di^aee of 1104.1 feet along tee &ut«ra 
property Itoe, ruaatag a distance of 139.17 fec^ al(»g 
the Northern pn^erty Itee and running a di$taB(% (rf 
1104.1 feet akmg tte Wnrtera (Htiperty line. &ld parcel 
contalBS 3.51 acr^. KEMPSVILLE TROUGH. 



17. Petlti(a of 1lM0(tore A. Bojree for a (^age oi Zonii« 
District Ctassifieatton firem R-l R^lde^iar QMrtift to 
B-2 C(Maa«aity-taiBess Usbict on certata »^pinty 
located at ttm ^ittwwt tetersedkm M W. anMM^ 
RoMi and AAeraarle Avenae, raaajag a €bAum ot 
56.57 feet atoag tee &mDi tfde tf W. StndlMdAiad. 
m^ag a tf^aee << 100 fe^ atoM tee IMtmnra- 
perty Itee, rwaaim a mibam ttf ^ test mm «■ mm 
atong ike ^mtena p'^erty Mm, maalng a.SHMia «l 
70 fetf i^« «■ teav atoag tea W^ rtfcifMriteaite 
Ave^ aad r«iAig waimd a mm a ^MnMritf ttM 
f^. SaM pai^ cmtotas .173 aere wutn ot Mb. 
(0(MaftltArM) BAYm>EroROiNai. 



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Thal i^JlMertte Corporation tor a Ctengv 
Istrict fiii|Hi||i(m from R-6 ResUeoUal 
^ ~2 ComliHIVBitaMss District <» evtaln 
property located ' ?t6rtb of Virg tnia Bweh teuU- 

vard IxigiBning ^^ogaatOO feet East ori1»UaKo«4. 
naaiiiK a distaM^^^HD feet aloog the So«a«fa pro- 
perty line, niDflmHlBiiee of 230 IM mere or less 
alopc tiie EastajTrmmrtr line, nuudng a #itaDce of 
1S40 fMt along tte llil<aMni property line and rwniiiK 
a (Uctance of 490 feet aloog ttie Wtstem pt^iwr^ line. 
Said parcel contains 8.7 acres. (Thalia Arn). KSMPS- 
VILLE BOBOOCH. 

1%. Pctitiott of Thallt Wayside Corporation lor a Change 
of Zoning District Ckssificatioa from B-2 Cooununity- 
BoslDess District to A-I Apartment District en cerUin 
immitf lotttcd m the Nortt sMe of Virgiaia Beach 



ORDER 0> 
b the Clexk 



Boalevard begiwtai at a tom 1110 feet .East <» Thalia 
Road, rntfog % 0mat» ^ vm feet Mng tte North 
side of VirgMa ttiM^ AMtatard, murintatfstenceof 
780 fe^ akng ^ iiMen property line, rwnteg a dis- 
tance of KIIO ftM i4PMI Mk !l»ttera pn^erty line, r«B- 
ning a fttstaiee irf flf te^ in « SoM^^ (HNctioa. rui- 
ning a (ttstaace of ItS iKt in « WH^iriy ittreetkM and 
rannii^ a distaM:e of 8M fec^ la a So^iMfly (ttroetion. 
Said parcel conteias 14 aonn. <1lHlta Area). KEHi^- 
vt» LE BOROUGH, 



20. PetitioB (rf TlaUa WaysMe Corporattoa fM- a Ctenge 
of Zoidi« District Clasikeation tron R-« RMidenW 
nstrict to A-1 ApaitaMBt Ustrk^ on mtUh propiRty 
lo^»d S25 feet Morth of Virgiiia Beadi Bonleyird 
Mginnini at a point 1990 foot Eu^ of ThaUtlteail, 
r«^ag a (ttstaace (tf 8S0 fe^ afcMg tfte Sorttera jpropwty 
line, nu^ng a (Bstanee ol tW mi almig Um Eai^tm 
l^operty Uie, nmning a distance oi 650 fMt along ttic 
Hwthera ixi^erty line and nuualag a distance of 100 feet 
ateng the W^era prap«rtar Um. &i4 parcel coidalns 1.9 
a^es. (Thalia Area). KEl^VILLE BCM>OGH. 
(^Bdittonal Use P«mit: 

21. implication ai James Vi Wood, Jr., for a Comtttiaial 
U»B Permit for a Innnti on certain property located do 
the E«rt sUe of Stone Read beginning at a poiiU 4M.31 
feet &w^ of MiU Luittig Road, rmitag a diriteace of 
^.It feet ak»g the UaH side of Sbme Road, nnntag a 
dt^nMo td 744.98 feet along the SouUtem prt^rty line, 
rnmtfng a diateoM of 2S2.5? feet along ^ Eastern i»o- 
p^rty Uae and ntaning a distance of 183.87 feet aloog 
the Mortt^n property line. Said parcel contains 1.21 
acres. PraiGeBCmOUGH. 

Z3L Aji^eatin of William G. and VerwieU B. Brom for 
a Coiffittanal Uso Permtt for a marina <» certain prqjierty 
located on the Sooth side of West Meek Road iNfinnii« 
at a point 1600 feet more or less East d West Neck 
Bridge, rauing a dlstanee (tf 546.41 fei^ along Vbs South 
side (rf West Ife<A Itotd. nmnttg a distance of 283.81 
feet along the Eastmm propoty Jtae, rnn^ a distance 
of 772.53 feet along thife Southeni property line, nmning 
a distuee of 332.68 feet in a NorOvesterly diroetiao, 
ruaing a <tetence of 80 feet in a Norfteasterly dlroctkin 
uA roMtfng a distance (tf 486.68 feet in an Easterly 
Uredtam. SaM parcel contains 6.16S acres more or 

'^onal'^^Sl^fSrainii^JH^ii ' 
perty looted at tie S6rtbwe^ ttfeiri^IMn tfT : 
deoce Rond and Reon Road, mudag a dMatOe of 4M^.M 
feet along the Sooth side of Providence Rood, mmtng 
a (ttstaKO of 6n.86 feet along the Western pn^erty line, 
running a distuee of m.48 feet along the Southern 
property line and nming a distance o! W9M feet along 
the West side of Recm Road. &id pored contains 5.358 
acres. KElfPSVILLE BCHIOUGH. 



24. AppUcatiott (A F. W. HUdetenad tor a ConditloQal 
Use Permit lor a miniatBre golf eoiirse on certain pro- 
perty located on fbt Smttride ^ Lnskbi Itead begbmbg 
at a poW im leet Wn^ of First Coki^a fbotA, twmtat 
M difltttco of 151 .90 f^ along tiw Som site of Laskfai 
Road, rwitag a dtotece d 187.42 feet along tto Wntem 
line, numiag. a tfsttnce at 151.50 feet along Oie Sonthem 
pnverty Itae and nmning a distance of W.U laot tfong 
the E^^tik i^operty line. Said pared cantatas. .^1 
acre, pll^ Haaa Area). LYHNHATQf WSMSSfOGR. 

25. Ai^catk» of The Mew Cren^m Centre, Ik., ft>r a 
ComMtfannl Use P«mft to operate a Charitable CtBistton 
Home on Mttite iMt)|>erty located on 1i» M«Mrtt tide ot 
Holland Rood Begwiing at a poiirtMO feet nMnvorten 
Ea^ of Wln&or Oaks Bonlenrd, nmning a (ttiteMO of 
380 feet more or less along Uw North sidei^BMaad 
Road, roming a (Hliitnce of 280 feet along the Eutem 
pn^rty Ibie, nantfng a distaM» of 390 net nkmgthe 
Mortt«rn ^operty Une and rmming a tfstaa^ of 315 
feet man m ten along tbe WMtem propMty Unt. Said 
pared eontafais 2.11 acres. (WindscH* Oaks W^t Area). 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

26. An>Ucatioo of Smdh^n Stores, Inc., for a Coodltiooal 
Use Permit for a gnmdine wnrice station on c^iaia 
property toented on tte Sontt side of Vtrgiair BaatA 
Boulerard begiBniag. nt a poM MO feet Westof U^nray 
Lane, raadng a distance (rf ^X) feet along the SonOi dde 
of Virgiida Beach Bonlevard, mnning a-ttstanco of 150 
feet akng the Wc8t«n lavperty Itae, rnnntag a ^stance 
<d 200 feet ahmg the Soattem prnerty line and 
a ittdance (rf ISO feet akng the Eastern pNn^' 




Said parcel MNrtaias .688 acre. 
LYMiraAVEN BCHKHJGH. 



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27. Apdtediaa <d Bidbmi L. 8iivK», Sr., for ^ «s- 
contiManee, dagge and abandonment <rf F. areet fnad- 
i^ SO fed on ttie i^ Mi of &rbmton Drive <!»>- 
merty Woodland ktm^mi rm^ng a ditatanen m 213 
feet more or lc«l in u East^^ iMi^ie^i u atom on 
the "Plat of Woodtand" aai reo>nlnd tai 1^ Betkl. 
Page 98, in the Clerk's Offkn of Qw OrcidtONal 
More detaUed i^Mmdion is avriUMi to tbe Dopartmont 
of Plmaing. LTMiniAVQi BOnWGH. 

28. Appiteatiott of the City of Vfrgtato Bemdi tortte 
iMsconttwance, domre and a bandonnaant of a pottton al 
Greot Neck Road bcgiming at the MrMr^ MorMc- 
tioo (d Qreat Medc Bort and Lawd Cove Br^n, mndng 
a iM^MO tf 601.53 led ii a W oftta r ^ Ox ^mm; ran- 
dag a diitone d 602.S7 fwt In a So^ir^ tfro^on 
and rwdng a ddan^ d 46.47 ltd ata* fk» Itatt dde 
of iMBd Cotw Drive. &id pan^ eontao .S84 nre. 
nta vtth m»re tetailed infnmat^ are anUtfte bi 
fta Dapartmed d Plaaaiag. LfMNRAI^ WCmowm. 



n. MoMon d the Plandag 

Tir^ria Bondi to amMd Md 

tten 1901 fe), d tta ~ 

pertddng wm 

is available to tht fi^nrtmed d Mud^ 



dttw Cl^d 



^ts vm dorv Mailed td u i matton on Me 
^tacttoM are vr^m tai tbe f^nrtmod d 

AU idn^^ ptfMM at* tarlind to tUmd. 
m^an t. Bern 

OrMtordPtealit 
rm-itfu, 1/4 - « 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

Virginia: 

The regular meding d tbe Cooncil d the City d Vtellbla 
Mh wUl ^ held in the Council Chambers otmm. 
MWratfdi Bdldtnc, City Hall, Princess Aane Stiaon, 
Vfiiida Boach, Virginia in Monday, January 16. Itn, 
at 1:00 P.M., at which time the foUowiag appUcaniRS 
will bo banrdi 

CHAWGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLA^FICATIDN: 
BAY8IDE BOROUGH: ■> 

1. Pttttloo d W. J. itoim ftr a Change d Zoning Us- 
trtd Ctfti^cattonir«nK-4«nsUientidOisti1ettoB^i 
CMnand^hAoMits mstridon cortatai jfoportykMtHMl 
at M M(»ttaad IdMWdtai d Newtown Itoad and tarry 
Avemf, nnntog a ^i^ae» d i«) fed along the North 
M» or Lnrnr Aveme, i^nliig a distance of 150 lad 
don tto Eai^ra pr»«ty Wm^ nm^ a jdUtanon oft 140 
fed akMg tt» NmOeim dMerty Hne dnl nmning a 
dsteneod llfrfOd dad tie fid dde d Newtowa Road. 
Said pared contains ,48 «;re. (Fak Meadows Ar«a). 
BAtl^ B(»OUGH. 
KUlKX}BOm)TXHI: 

t. Pot^n d maud P. and Ocwdl^ S. Whitehnrd Ibr 
a Ouge d todH Didrlct Classification from AG-l 
Agrlcdtord tMdHet to B-2 Dtmnra^-Bnsiness Dis- 
Md en ^H'tein property loaded on Qm Wed sMed 
Princess Ana Road begudng at a potnt 1109 fM more 
or iMs 9om d Indui Mver ItoM, nmttg a distance 
of IN fed along tte Wed side d Prtoeoss Anno Rend, 
nmning a ddarce dm fed aMg ChtSoMtom propwty 
line, nmning a dstance d ISO fed alo« the wodnm 
prepnty uno and mnning a ^taaeo d 170 fOd dong 
tte fl»ttWB mwmtr ttw: SM pared ooddns 29.900 
sqmM led. PUI^ BOROUGH 
LYMfflATEM BOROUCS: 




PdlUon d Vir^nia Beneh BokUi« Corporation tor a 
dkaage d Zoolag DidildClaaiflleatioB from H'l Hotd 
VMxid to 0-1 ^&a IHdrld on eortaln property looa- 
ted on tbe ItoHb dde d Usdn Bond befinalnnt a 
pdd 95.81 fed Ead d Cardind RoiM. mnning a diaf^' 
d 1189.a fed akwIbnlAHlb dde d Laiiln Bond, 
dag n didnacf of904.43 fed along tbe &ilt«m J 
line, randng a ttatineod 958.69 fMt akng tbe r 
moporty Itee and rmmilii a distance d 2X3 fed along \ 
mdmn fst^ntrmtt. sfeidinrcel otdatos 5.93 acroi. 
nUrdnock Pdd Ima). LYl^ffiAVEM B(^3iJGH. 
4. Pdttkm' d lant and TiA Rieldiood tor i 
d Zootag Mdrid Clasdilci^on fKm 1-1 Ligd 
trtd Dbtrid to R-« Residential Dls^k^ on cor 
pnrty located on tbe Wed sUe d London Bridge I , 
Uilmitng d a pdd 500 feetSouOiotSodb Advednro trail, 
romiag a distance of 241.33 iwA iionltbe Wed dd^d 
Ixmdon Bridp Itoad, nairiBg a d^anee d 750 fad In a 
Woderly direction, rni^ng a dsUriiee d 249.4l<fed 
in a Soitterly drectton, r^miing a dstance of 1Y96.C« 
fed in a westerly diredion, rmmi% a distaw^ d 
7^.17 fed in a Hwthwederte dlredtton, mndVf'h 
didam» d ViiM fMt In a Eaderly dlredidt* lHh- 
niig a diatam^ d 2M.66 fed In a Ik^thorly dirodkm. 
naming a dsbace d 233.63 fed to a Westerly dr^ion, 
a distance d 809.20 fed in 






oiKmy^HUre<^(«rr idmlng 

Eaatdly drectton, nmdag;a^ 

a Senttn-ly dtrartlon. rauOai a dishnuA d JM.2S' 

fed to an Eaterly dlredton, rwqdng a d^^Mi <^ 

219.14 fOd in a Nortbferiy (flredion, nditii a distance 

of 138 fed in an Eadeiiy diredloa, nd 

d 516.69 fed in a Rdtteriy directloB, 

taneo d 'M6 fed in a Southerly drediin, ruling a 

distance d 8tt.^ fed in an ^idert^ ittrodton, ^- 

ning a dduce d ll«.66 fed in a StdOirty dredton 

and mndni a dstance d 1759.99 f»d to anEaitoi^ 

dre^nn. Mid pu<ed contatos 72 mnh aatto or less. 

(Nottindui Eddes Area). LYMMHAViai Bt»tOUGH. 

OHranraAL USE PEraCIT: 

LYNMHAVEM BOROUGH: 



5. i^MllaiStott d Counar Corporatim Mr a dondttonal 
Use mrmtt id- a mid-war^ouse on certoto pro|»rty 
tooted on too Soutt side d Virgida Beach Bonlenrd 
beaming at a pdd ^ fed W^ d Ht^nyLane, 
nmn^ a dstom^ d 210 fed akag tte SoM side d 
Vbflnto Bndi Bonlevaid, rmaim a distance d 313.09 
feet akng too Wnrtem property una, r^iitoi a distdiee 
of 210 ttti akng tbe Sonlhem pn^ierty om uM rt^iMit 
a dlMoee d 913.09 fed atong toe Eastern property Ifee. 
Sad pnred eoatote 1.44 aer^. (Oceana GarAns Area). 
LYNMRAVSl BCaiKraGH. 

6. Anilcdkm d Op«B Door Chapel fmr a CondlttoMl 
Use ramft for a ctarch on certato pn^perty located 
(» tbe South dde d Vitginia BMd Bodcvard begtoning 
at a potot W im^ Ead dEnt Groveland Road, running 
a dsta«» d SM fad akng HkB &db dde at Virginia 
Beach Bodevard, mmitag a dstance d 18^.34 fed 
akmg toe Eastns iKt^erty Une, nami^r a dctance d 
1324.04 fed along tte ftmthem pn^ertf Itoe Qtortoem 
boodary dltorfttt Sodhem Ramray), raa^ldistance 
d 462.fr fed atoeg tbe Ead dde d (ftlivMbd Road, 
ruad^ a distance d 506.70 tad 4> o Itor^uiterly 
dreetton, nm^ a dduce d 900 led kdt&ider^ 
drocttoo, nnmtog ad;^mced64.MfedtoAte'terly 
diredlon, rom^ a distuee d 200 fed in di &sterljr 
diredloa, rundng a distance d 179 fed to a Sootoeriy 
droctlon. romtog a dduce d StJt fed to a Norto- 
eadm'ty dimettm and nowtaig a distaaee d 20190 fed 
to a Norto^ly dlredton. Sad parcel codatai 25.6t 
acres. LTIOfHAVEM BOROUGH. 

PUNOO BOROUGH: 



7. AppUcdlon d Wlllard P. and Oorolby S. WUtebnrd 
tor a CModttond Om Pddtt tea i^adiM wrvKSk 
stdion en ewMn ptoft^ taMtt on tt* Ved dde d 
Prinoou Mno Bond bi^Mdn| d a jpoM llM fed mora 
or lua aodb d todu tbm fand, i Hiiitn| a I^Mce # 
150 iMt aloog toe Wed Mte d Prtoous tens Ron^ 
nnntag a dMaace d 170 fed atong iboftNttMn invert 
Uno, nmntoi a d^n« d 190 fed Oni tfto Wedett 
propCT^ Ban mrf ra«Mi| a «dtto| M lit fed alo^ 
tbe MMiban sruMto ttm. UU pnn»l codatas 25.50 
sqawe feii mm MROUGH. 
VnGmA UACS BOKOUCW: 
9^ tam^km d Cbarloa R. Pitte, T/A Attantts Bea^ 
A^tor V A. Konfhtoy tor a Coadttwa UoO^riiA 
tor a Mta on iutata property located on too tatt sMe 
d fidawti* AvdM «i0ndag d a piM 90 fed Wut d 
^Ble Avmme, iiiipfng a ddi^ d M MA ateg Am 
fonto sMe d IMmve Avwrne, rum^g a ditaeed 
NO fed aieniitbe Wedem property Une, running a 
dliteuo d 60 fid along tbe Sodborn property Une tad 
nn^ a distance d 100 fed iloog tbo Eaatera proptrty 
Itoo. Md ptfcd endaiin 6,000 aawt lad. (Sbndowiavn 
Re«bls Aroa). VmCDOA BIL4CH KMSi, 



Ptote iM^ 
the 
RletariJ. 
CttyCMA 



i^mi ^Atftol <iiitorn«tton ara avaOable to 




agddrt 
Dgjg^iJjpiiwondRdiinson, 

Tka ONtet d Ids fdl Is 
to iW^^»^ dw tt a dn- 
<Bto ^ tf fHw a lt flroa tto 
^i ddaidad. dwo toe 
gi i amto d Otte vnrimiara- 
tlan. 

And u atfldavtt havl^ 
been made n^ fildl.tbatthi 
dtlmlid in t non-rMlded 
dtMttdodVitiinlt.the 
lad iMim pod dhco add- 
rou b«tag: New torfc, New 
Yoric tt 1* ordnod that be 
do appoar on or betoro tbe 
lOth day d February, 1978 
*aad do whd nay be neces- 
sary to pMod his Idered 
to tUa sdt. 

A eonr-Teste: iobaV.Fea- 
troM 

By: PatU A. Keenehu, De- 
Pdr, Clerit 
Tidewater Lagal Aid 
sec^p.q. 
l«f Gr«d9 ^ed 
Itorfdk. VA. 

VBS-lVa,l/4.1/lt.l/18 



081^ OF PUSLICAinoN 
to the CMitt !»«<(» d tbo 

Cto«aBCoHiteraeC»f«f 

Virddn Banti, YA, fleBM 

|pt diy tfttdombd'^ 19?7 

ftM Lynn Tbiwms 

Brtw, 

Pldifflif. 

agitad 

Vdidn- (kjio Baker« 

Ddtedad. 

Theoiiteddfl^fdtls 
to isbtato a dvoreo I dn- 
cdo matcitoontt frdn tko 
said ddendad, n|di fl» 
gn»nd.d<».yearaq>a». 

And u af&dadt baying 
boM made and fltbd ^tbat 
the detomfut U a nea-re- 
sMed of thn Slatt d Vir- 
gida, tbe tod known pMt 
dBeo iMMM betog: S5 
laaitian iteoo. Kduna 
Ctty, Utoaenrt tttoordnr- 
nd lid lido amwrflad 
ikdiydfo* 



■mau 
Russ: 

By: ROBERT WILLIAM 
RUSSELL and WANDA KAY 
BU8S£tX.budMnd and wife 
Petfttoners 

To: Rondo EogonoLssgMer 
c/o General DoUvery 
Handersonville, North 
Carolina 

In Chancery 9C77-1866 



This day came Bobert 
WtUtoii BusaoU and Wanda 
Kay BitoseU, Petitioners, 
and represedod that the ob- 
jed d tbto pngiceeding Is to 
effed the adoption of toe 
above named tofaDt(8), 
Brian Scott Laughter, and 
ebabge d name to Brian 
Scott Rnaadl. by Bobert 
WiUtom BussoU and Vanda 
Kay BnsseU, bonband and 
wi/o, and affidavit having 
bean made and Hied toat 
Boode ^ugeno Laughter, a 
natnrd (lanmt d saw child 
(rei), to a nOn'rotMut d 
toe Ante d Vlntda. toe 
tod known post office add- 
reos being: o/oG*nerd De- 
livery. Henderson ville, 
NortbCdojUna. 

It to Iharoldv Ordered 
that toe saW Ronde E9gene 
Uughtor wpnnr bnforttbto 
Court on or before tbe 9to 
day d Feonmry, 1978 and 
Indicate hto/bnr dtttode to- 
ward tbe proposMadoption, 
or othorwtoe do what to ne- 
eesstry to prded bto ta- 
tered in toto matter. 
A ecpy-Teste: John V. 
FedroM, Cterk 
By:PattiA.Keenebu,D.C. 
TniweUT. Rdtard' 
994S Oradqr Stred 
Nortolk, Vtrglda 23503 

VB8-12/29,1/4,1/1I,1/18 
4t 



OBDEB OP PUBUCATION 
to toe Ctoric's Office d toe 
Cliddt Conrt dtbeaty of 
Tlntoto Boaeb. VA^onthe 
iOft^ d Oieefltoer,t977 
CodifeiiOeDnrigu, 
Plaldiff. 




A oop!r-Teito: Mm ¥. 

Fedrana 

Byl^ Patti A. Keondttn, De- 

|i^,Ctott 

TUtwder LegdAklSoddy 

147 Graitoy Stred 

Norfdk. f A. 

VBS-12/29,I/4.1/11,1/19 
d 




OBDEB OF PUBLICATION 

to^ Ctork's Office of toe 

Circuit doort d toe City 

of Vtrgtada Bncb. VA. on 

toe 20to day d DMeidior, 

1977. 

Jamn Carol Stamey, 

Ptotdiff, 

agatod 

&ra B. Stomey, 

Ddudad. 



Tbf objed d toto suit 
to to (^mto a dvdca a 
vincdo HH^rimonillromtbo 
saM ddedM, lyon toe 
grovods d om ynr separ- 
ation. 

And u dlidavlt baviag 
been made afi4 lUed that 
tbe defendutt to a non-re- 
sided of ^ »da d Vlr- 

office address bdnr- Boi^ 

8, fiatm Wiikt, SMbf, 

Nortt C^rdkmlt to or^r- 

ed ^ jto* do appear on 

or bti(»e toe lOto day d 

Fotein#y. If79 aad do what 

may bo ne^SMn to pn>- 

ted bm- Idtroat to toto 

sdt. 

A «6Vy-T08te: Jota V. 

FiMnts 

By: JMlA.KeowbM..Do- 

pdy«<3«k 

CHItMdLove.m 

Sdto Oml 9^ Laate Bd. 

^rMto Mb. VA UUl 

VB«J-I2/28,l/4,l/ll,l/18 
d 



■^objeddtbtoadtto 
to obtato a divorce a vto- 
edo lutrfisodi from toe 
saU ddeodid. ^oo toe 
grouds d «^rati(» ttxr 
more Bmn one ^r. 

And u aflidadt b|vtog 
beu JUMfe and ffiad IMttte 
delindad toanon-ruidwt 
dtbe8totedVlt]^,tbe 
lad known pod office idd- 
r^i betogr M^nUs Ten- 
nessee 11 la cfffa^ tod 
bo do appear on ot bdnre 
tbe 9tt day d Febnary 
19^ ud do lAdmty be 
noceaaary to'^rded bisto- 
toredtatotoadt. 
A eopy-T«rte: JOtoV. Fu- 
tross 

By: fttti A. i[eeoehu, D«- 
p^. Cterk 
Bobert E. Stdddber 
961 SodhOrtote Drive, 
Sdto l(tt 
Vir^da Beach, VA 23451 

VBS-12/28,1/4,1/11,1/18 - 
4t 



▼ttdda: to tbe ClaHc'a 
Otdcnd toe Clreiil CkNfft 
MttaC^dVlnriWa 
Bud^ on tte^lhyd 
Move^en 1991 
to rt; Aefitan oi Baby 
B^fS/fA#876<dd 
Ototto d itoM to W^d 

By: mfilmn mm BOfiMtaB 
and Pdi^t ONni Bdrttaf 
^•^aners 



To: EUiue Wed 

WLedv 

fPO.B«» York. Mow 

Tidit 

to Cbancory #C-77-I090 

TMa day etna UlUam 
saoaa Bowltai ly Fdrteto 
Green Bowlttf, PdHtoMrs 
aad nM f s ed ed tldlteob- 
lad d tMs pTWeaiHiig to 
to eCbd tba adopdm d 
the above naawd totod (a), 
Bator Bof ra/TA MIW 
by WUUam floan BMltol 
and Vairtda Graoi Bovl- 
tntitiai ni vUi, gad 
ivit hiflag bn«n aiMt 
and fUad toatEMaanWat, 
a natml partK d atlyl 



vw-if^, l/4-« 



vir^^ to tleC^^ m- 
mm d mmmmAmtm 

ir 

to .*. #« 

d iMM to muM 



fKM iron), to a Mi* re- 
sidad d the State d ?ir 



gida, toe lad Mom pad 
oCflee addraat bda|:,un 
LmIh, P.P.O. Baa Toffc. 




*i IB tori cjiuj r %jtvivi •ni 

that the said Eugane Wont 

amar on or batoro thn 

1^ day d JMnin. 11 

andindMt 

toward th 

tioo. or otb^nrf^di^afeatls 

aeeessary to prated bis in. 

teroat in tUs matte: 

Acqpytedoc 

John V. Fedt^ss, Clerk 

By: Patti A. Xeenebu, DC 

VB8-12/7,12/14,12/2i, 
12/28 -4t 



OBDER 

VBtGWU: to toe Clerk's 
OfBce d toe Circdt Court 
d tbe CitydVirginto Beach 
on tbe 12to day d Decem- 
ber, 1977, 

to re: Adopttoa d Sherry 
Lyw Wootton and dmaga of 
name to Shnirry Lnm Knd- 
son nnd nddpttoooiKifflber- 
ly Ann Wootten aad duuige 
d name to Kimberly Ann 
Knntaon. 

By: Carl Roger Kadsonaod 
PrisciUa Ann Kjadson, hus- 
band and wife. 
TO: Jobn.EUto iMotten 
110 Lynewnrg Avenue 
Colontol Hdgbto, Virgida 



1%to day eaow C^^lto- 
gw Kadion ud Brtocltta 

and r^vdwded ttd toodi- 

rt'Si-'Wt^^kMtHSkt to 
dfed too adopttond^be 
dwfve nnmed Uiidj^ 
Sherry Lnn WodtoM and 
Klnbdty^Uiiitodton. l9 
Cart B^; Ibirtatoi and 
PdadBa iMto Ifadsdi.bHS- 
band and irtt^aaddBttov- 
tt bnvtot btdi male aad 
fifed ttatlolpqrJ^tWod- 
aa, adEtttrdpnriaidsnM 
<Mld(r«a)„ tonaan-raildaat 
d tba Side orviiddifM 
lad tooMpodflfltoenil- 
110 



lbn#M« Ofd««d 
nrbata«4idt 



Bto 
tbd ttii aald 
WwMtt nydu* 

edBt M mmm m» m 
4a ot l^rnicy, iWt aad 
tootede bto/bd* attHaleto* 
ward ton nrqnnadndnttoB, 
or oBmrroe do aid u ne- 
owMunr to ppatofl bU to- 

-A^^^t^A JMihtM ■■ fci.li 

treM^i^'Wv;iteVfiH<» 

9601 ^rubrStrod 
BdWlk,Vlifidat9S03 

VBS-12^1,12/H. 1/4 



OBDEB OF PUBLICATION 

In the aerk's Qfttoe dtte 

Circdt Court d tbe Ctty 

d Virgida Boadi. tA: OB 

the ?to <toy d December, 

1977 

Le&B. Wbtte, 

Platatiff, 

ivdnd' 

Darlena Katoerine 

flicmpson White, 

DdeMtod. 



TMe o^ed d tbto sdt to 
to AMn> a draree a vlMn- 
to aaiirtotodl frtnirtoe antt 
dafeartad, 190a tbe^omnto, 
d oaiUBst$u i^Mnlton to 
exM8s due (1) ymu:. 

Aad di affidadt totvtof 
beea jMda Udfl^dthdtta 

of Bto Sb^ d VirddniilM 
lid Mbwn pod <Ase «dl^ 
nn bdnr Utt l^i Uke^ 
tm% mma, ^im0A tk to 
wtend^BM dar d» appanr 
M d* bdeve toe 27to itoy 
d Amaary, UTiaM do'did 
day be ^ie^MW? to prdad 
Iwr idor^ to tbto sdt. 
A oo^^i^do: Ma y. 



^r; Wm A. KeeMhu, D«- 
pdy.CIME 
Tbomw C. fttgleo 
Midfto Avenue d 8Sto ». 
VIrtflto Beat*. VA tSM 

1«S-li/14,tt/21.1k/88 
1/4-d 



(mnB OT vmucATKm 

to Otf^anrk'eoete d flm 

dreM &»rt d tbe City 

d Vinfm Boadi, TA. on 

ik» mlS$ nt nmmAtf, 

W7. 

imMm lat OaiUm Tedas- 



IMMMIA. IMl^, 



^^ ^M d Ms nM 
to tojp^ > * 



b( 

to 

si 

g} uwwa pt>«« 

oil betog: i5V 

Third Straet, Old Pofge. „ 

Pinosylinnto it to oMfered,' 

that he do appoar on of ber,<' 

fOre tbe 23rd day of Jann- 

ary, 19?S uddo whit m«i ' 

be noceaaary to prelect bto: . 

A eoey-Tede: John Yu,. 

Fentress 

By: PatU A. Keeoehan, De** , 

pdy, Clerk 

TlfflOtoy W. Ftochem 

Sdto 324, Newtowa Squawb 

Virginia Beach, VA. 834(9;; 

VBS- 12/7, 12/24, 12/21,^ 
12/28 - 4t 

OBDEB OF PUBLIC A i ..'■ 
to tbe Clerk's Office d tbe 
Circdt Court d the Cltr. 
d Virdda Boaeb, VA. op^ 
the 1st day d OeeembarL. 
1977. MIS 

Larry Clifton Dorsett, >/ 
Ptototift, 



Carol Jue Woods Dor^' 

sett, 

Deteodad. 

Tbe obled d this sdt 
to to obtato a dlvd«e a 
vtocdo matrittonU from 
toe sdd ddeadut, upon 
toe grounds d one yettC 
sapnritton. 

Aad u alBdadt hnvtafj 
been made and lUed tbd.' 
toe defsndad to a aoo-reh^ 
sident dtbeStotedVin^)] 
gtoto, to* lad kae«n ped'f 
ofBce addrasa betog: 11$*. 
Mottto^tam Clrcte, Carmv 
North Cardin t7SU it W 
ordered tbd aba do aniedsr 
on or bdlde the 2lrd dur.* 
d Jaaniry, 1978 aad ito« 
what may bo aaceasary |o> 
proted her totered to tUi^ 
sdt. 
A eopgr-tade: Joba V.. 



By:PdttA.KeeaabaM,De^ 
&{byW.Ftoebem 



Aittn tti, Bealoan Sonare ■ 
VtatfNn BaMb. VA.^%, 









lid 
-J A 



(mm. OF PUBUCATIOIt) 
to ttoj^ark^ oaiead«i< 
Ctoontt Cpirl d toPdM 




of 
toft 

1977 

MItoGofflM, 

PtotoUff. 

aaitet 

SidvriSdnoi, 



i\i- 



Tbeo^jeddthtoadtto 
to oUdn a dvwoa a vto- 
odo mdrlm oatt from tkt' 

of I 

And'tti aminlk^mtW 
bem «mia ail lyed flHt> 
toe Meidid la aaoe'-roi'i 
ddad dtte State dVlf^rr 
gto^ toe tod ttopi law 
dfiee nibMBa. bdiii Bill 
Crimu Stred^^^^Rmu, r 
Ibittir tUBit^ea tt: toi 
ordared tod tlht dojgppaat< 
da dr bdM« «ii Ad day? 
d J«nary,191tnaddoiitod> 
mv be neooanry i»pts^r 
ted her Idered to tds 
ntt. 139^ 

Kill 

A ^py-Teate: JobaiRo 

y eatres f 

wty,aerk ^ 

Vid»mt A. Beildtot ']Z 
SiMlinMaf 

^i^.i2/M»ia/a, 
i2/a-4t 



OBDER OF PVBLICAl 
to the aerk'n Ottna < 
aredt Conrt d tbe 
dVtfgtotoBaadi,VA ^ 
90to day d November;!^ 
Patrice Bonner Cqoley, rv 
PlalntL!f, VI 

agdnd ^.v 

Mtobad Ghridopher 

COOtoy, ;;y 

Dofandad. t' ' 

Tbe obted d tl^s auft to 
to obtato a dtvprte a dn- 
<toto ndrtmoall from Ibe 
said ddendad, upon toe 
grounds done year sopdil- 
tlondtheparttof. 

And u affldavtt bdtog ; 
been made and fltod tbat,^ 
defeadad to a Haa-rad- : ;^ 
deddtbeStotoofvlrdida 
tbe lad known pod dflee 
address being: uft. 
Stred, Baton Boice, L., 
una, TI802 it to ordprodj 
be do appear oo or bnl 
tN20todaydJtaBaryJ 
and do what may be jMeh- 
sary to prated bU ftar|st 
totbtomrit. 

A copy-T«ne. jo&n v. 

Ftatress 

By: Patti A. Keeneban, tf- 



ftt&d 









h 



Vlimlall 



'^^giiiia Beach Pubtic Notices 



bMa nuide and filed that 
UAI detMKtuit ■■■■■' 
sfaMmt alttie 

|i|l|, tbe last KQCwzi post 
qlpi MHress being: 1029 
WHt Capital Avenue, Sa- 
cramento, California, 
)*e9I It is ordered that 
sU' do appear on or be- 
fore tbe 30th day of Janu- 
ary, 1978 and do wbat may 
be necessary to protect 
her Interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V, 
Pwtress 

Bf Pattt A. Keenehan. De- 
pflty, aerfc 
AJ»i H. AdlEins 
$06 EzecuUve Bldg. 
Norfolk, VA 23S02 

VM-12/14,l2/21,l8/28 
l/4-4t : 



a, 

OS 



ommor publication 
In n» Cl^fc's cma of tiw 
CftieiM CiNst <rt tlM C% of 
V^imt B«Miv VA, OB tte 
Mlp^^«f Beeenben WPI. 
l^tt* Mae (Ganier) Stmm 

nMm 

afltei V 
Ymm Ue Sielton, 



tariMttt t^^^MMxe a viffi^ 
m U rima^ Irom tte said 
iM0|i|rt^ 4BBB th#-(proinds 
(^Mef eiir icnarattOB. 

Aad An affidavit haying 
bMB turn and filed that 
flie d^oidaflt is a noo-re- 
sideitt >af the State of Vir- 

giida, the last Jmown post of- 

ft««ad#«ra twiaa; 4420'Le- 
ittcii Blvd., »$lyirood, 
(^Unraia it is ordered tint 
he do «npear oo or b^re 
th»Mtt day of Jai»ary,IS7l 
and do what oiay be neces- 
sary to protect his interest 
iathssnit. 
A odniE-teste: Jdin V. Fen- 

ftm A. Keenehan, De- 
r<neii 

VBS-^,I2/El,I2/2t 




-flty- 



tattM^tric's (MQce of the 
CtM^mm of tt^Cityof 
Ttogiiita Mfttih, VA, 00 the 
Wrday #BM»mber, 1977 
GHylMCron, 
FMMff 

M^^ C.Cross, 

The «b]ect oi this suit 
Ifti W aMtte a divorce a 
viB^mMmooU tsam the 
H^ m^m, upon the 
fiata^tA doe year sep- 
uMMea: ' 

3lM an ^^avit havi^; 
b«Mi Bwie and filed ^t 
tte Menhot's la^ Imoini 
p^ erne witnss is U13 
OmtUS Anns Circle, 

l&ry&l A-2, Vlriima 
BmA; Va.« dm dUimee 
havtBgt^ji^ Jgt dr oo 
b^H (tf A»iplitai|M to as- 
cttteln in iMidi eoti^ or 

eolfoiiittM msmeusm^, 

«itheB('dr«et.% is or#red 
ti^t ^ do ai^ear on «■ feie- 
l«% tte 27th day ot Ja^ary 
I^ Md do «tet nay be 

Ftop^ectlwrln- 

ws sdt. 
-t«de: JiMu V. 




ODJGCl 01 mia SUi' 

'Obtain a divorce a vln 
ilo natrimenii from tiK 
iid defendant' upon thr 
-ounds of one years 
iration as provide^ >"- 
on 20-91 (9), Go(i 
...ittia as amended. 

And an affidavit havijng 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the SUte of Virginia, the 
last known post office add- 
ress being: 25514 U3rd Av- 
enue West, lUinoU City, 
Illinois 61259 it U ordered 
that he do appear on or be- 
fore the 26th day of Janu- 
ary, 1977 and do what may 
be necessary to protect his 
Interest in this itait 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

F^tress 

Sy: Pattt A. Keenehan, De- 

pUy Clerk 

James H. Foreman p.q. 

1600 East Little Creek Rd. 

Kwiolk, VA 23518 

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ORDER OF PUBLICAtlOH 

In the Clerk's bm^ Of tiie 

Cireott Crart of tto City 

of Virginia Beach VA, on 

the 6th &y of December, 

1977. 

IUi^u«d Lee Hancnkti, 

Plaintiff 

aptairt - ' - 

LiOi^Abaybn Morales 

BawMki, 

Defen&uA. 

1^ <4l()ect ol this sitft 
1*^ flMiiftn dMorce a vln- 
cuto attrtawNyi from the 
saU de^^idant, iqbb the 
grootds of ooe yeacs^Bf- 
rtlCB. 

And nn atflttovlt : having 
been made and fiMJM the 
d^eada^ is a non-residMt 
of tbe State ofVirrtMa.the 
last knom pqit offi<» add- 
re» be^: 51- A G^Fpnz 
Street, W«^ Tairinac, Olon- 
gapo City, Republic of the 
PhiUppin^ U ^ ordered that 
she do j^penr on or before 
tte WQi4if ol Jamiiiry, 19n 
and do wh^ may be neces- 
sary to protect her interest 
inUOssuit. 

A Civf -Teste: John V. 
Fentress 
By: Pattl A. Kemtiian, De- 

Virginia Stoach, VA 23462 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATKnf 

b the awk's Office (tf the 

OiviM Court of the dty (rf 

Vln^in Beach. VA, on the 

9Qi (by (tf December, 1977 

VkfiM Lorraine Cradle 

Cason, 

Plainttff, 

agidot 

"^dtte Lee Cason, Sr., 

Defendant. > 

The object of this snli 
is to ^obtain a diforce a 
vincito matrimonii firirai file 
said d^eatait, 1900 fiw 
grrands of one year sq>ar- 
atinn. 

And an aflMvit laving 
been nude and flM thtt file 
defeadaat's lairt known post 
office ad^?«8 i» 122 Mew- 
town Road, Tiffiniafiea^, 
n, ana ant <SS» ^tnee 
has beiB used Ira nri 00 
bdalf «f ttw plki^ to as- 
MrWn in 1^^ eooity 
» cMixnvfiM Oei^endant 

is, «MoBt effect, it bor- 
dered tbtt 1» ch> ap|i^ i» 
or before the SWi day of 
Janary,.1978, uddo itet 
may be Mc^sary ttF ^ro- 
M^ Us ta^rMt&tttisBlt 
A Copy-Teste: JMttV. F«- 
tirJMS 

By: Patti A. Keortian, De- 
pl^,Cleik 
Tklfvstw Legal Aid 
Society 

147 eraat^ Street, Office 
412 
Mortolk, VA 

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Pataa. Keenehan. De- 
CleflE 
iKCKBrtw 
lM9U^ktoR<Md 
Vir^Wbi BMeh,VA 234S1 

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9© - 

*§mi^W¥(mJC BEARING 
Tte Viiflnla Beach Board of Zoning Appeals will coodud 
a Public Redriog on Wednesday, January It, 1978, 
^|t i7:30 P.M. in tbe Cooneil Chambers, Adminlstrstkn 
'BbfiiBnt, Mnniclpal Center, Virginia Beach, Vir^nia. 
Thf foQowiifi appUeatlcas will appear on the ageiada. 
^UL^a il^EMDA: ,. 

I^odsph R. White, Jr. requests a variance to allow 
d major recreational equipment in front of a 
Ihstend of behind tbe nearest portion of a build- 
•dj»eent to a pubUc Street 00 Lot 7, Section 2, 
m, 948 Covey Street. Lynnbaven Borough. 
Hnont J. Clifton, Jr. re<niests a variance of 10 
a 20 foot fitNrt yard setback instnad of SO feet 
red (addition} on Lot 80, Block 42, Ssetton 9, 
Part 2, Aragooa Village, 4909 Haygood Road, Bayside 
.Borough. 

\ RSbert L. and Denise J. Chiavarlni. request avar- 
of .S feet to a 49.5 foot froirt yard setback instead 
54 fMt as renired on Lot 4, Section 12-A, Part 2, 
Kings Grant, 3843 Thazton Lane. Lyanhaven Borough. 
f,i. Jfaaey Cith by Master Pence and Home Improvemeat, 
'^Dh^- ' ' eOMflter, PrtsldeBt, requests a varinL< e of 
8 : iM.Mght to a 6 foot fenoe Instead of a 4 fbot 

■ tij^ fV^^ setback flrom a street 

m 




1404 Crystal Parkwty. Lynn- 



LOWf'V*u(,iiA<' 



J. Walkley request a variance of 

.;« nwignt to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 

allowed in a required side yard adjacent 

' Street) on Lot 5, Block 2, Ubermeer, 

•ynnhaven Borough. 

M. Allman requests a variance of 2.5 feet to 

side yard setback (east property line) instead 

leet as required 00 Lot 10, Block 38, Section B, 

a Park, West Stratford Road. Bayside Borough. 

7. Bailey Parker Coostnictioo Corporation b/ G. Clay- 
ton Shoemaker requests a variance of 800 sqatre fbet 
of sign allowance to 232 square feet instead of 38 sqpare 
feet as allowed lor a subdivision identtficatioit sign aad 
to allow the sign to have 4 display faces Instead of Z 
dispUy faces as aUoved on Island Section 1, Witchdnck 
Landing, Proposed Median of Witcbduck Road and Holly 
Farms Drive. Bayside Borough. 

8. Patriok J. and Cathy S. Lavin by W. Branttey Bas- 
night, m, request a variance of 2 feet in fence height 
to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 loot fence as allowed in 
a required front yard setback (Edwin Drive) on Lot 17, 
Section 1, Larkspur, 4701 Urkspur Court. Kemps- 
ville Borohgh. 

9. E. Rowland Swift, General Partner of ftrtaers Poor 
Partnership by E. Bradford TaaeweU, Jr., Architect, 
requests a variance of 2.5 feet to a 2.5 fbOt setbndc fkvm 
all property lines Instead of 5 feet each as required and 
to allow parking in tbe required setback, where prabi- 
blted and to waive the required landacaydiw in the s«t- 
teeks awi for parUng q»c«i to be If feet testMd of 
20 feet as requind on Lot 6, Blotik 90, £4nkhom Pftric, 
4005 Atlantic Avenue. VirginU Beach BonM«h. 

S. Maiten R. PblUips by Hudgins and Idiini r«|B^ 
a vartanee of IS fert. to a 5 loot side^urd a^iMht to 
a Mre^ instead of 8& fiaet as requte'ed tw tte vest 80 
feet of Lot 242 and the east SO feet of Lot 244. Hat of 
m BMiw, Collins Heirs, SOfii Street, Mwttimst cor- 
ner. |<yntiMven B<»ongh. 

11, iR. Andrews U^tted Methodist Church by William 
McObrg, Architect, reipests a nriance of 1.35 acrM 
oi land to 1.6S acres for a chui«h iastend of 8 acres 
ol bttd M re^tfredoa Parcel "A", Section 2, Larttqmr, 
117 TasMn Road. KeaipmUe Borosg^. 
12^ Ksm^ GUiMHih reqnests a muiance <tf 8 paridng 
^acM to "0" puttog q^aees instesiLof 8 psztdngiiincM 
as required for a restuirant on Lot 21, Block 31, Plat 
No. 2, Vlrgiida fiends 17th Stre^ and I^d^ Avenue. 
Vir^nia Beach Borough. / , 

13. Edris E. and Ruth L. Sisley re«fert a variance oi 
25 feet to a 10 foot setback fnun ^torRotf instead 
(rf 35 fe^ as required on Lot 1, Blodc 4, PUuitif Lynn- 
haven, Pnmerty of E. E. Bnxdier, S. Lynnbaven wnd. 
Lymihaven Bormii^, 

14. C. Randolph Zehmer requests a rariance (tf 20 foet 
to a 30 foot fnot ynn] Sefiwdc instepd of SO fe«t as 
required « L<rt 3, Tract D, Sectton 2, Sandbridge, 3404 
Sandfiddler Road. Pungo Borough. 

15. C. Randolph Zehmer requests a variance ol 20 feet 
to a M foot frrat yard setbadc instead of 50 feet in 
required on Lot 33, Tract C, Section 3, Sndlterldge, 
3224 &tadfiddler Road. Pungo Borough. 

16. Diverse Sales, Inc. requests a variance oi 5 signs 
to U a^ns inste«] of 6 sins as Allowed onl^m^ 1$, 
Airport IndnstrUl Park. 5498 Ward Court. Bayside Bor- 
ough;- ■ \ "■ ■ 

17. ABM Cmustmction Corporation by Larry Blum. Pre- 
sld«it, requests a variance of 20 feet to a M fbot firalrt 
yard sefiwck iiutead of 50 feet as requind and (MI 5 
feet to 10 fbot side yard setbacks (b(^ ^sidM) and of 5 
fe^ to a 10 foot rrar yard sefl)a(dc instead of 15 feet 

^_„ .^, krea)liEtiatf^i^Jrar^^ 

18. W. Castti BaiOPn^s l!SrP^f^ 
in the required setback it^;i strM wfere proid-.j 

(Greensboro Avwiw and Mediterranean Avenue) , 
and to waive the rewired landscapbig in the setoadi 
on lots l.S.vid half ol 3, Block 18, aidowlami Rei^, 
SoQtl^tast cfHver ofGreensboro Avenue and Mediterranean 
Avenue. Virginia Bench porough. 

19. Rosso and Mastracco, Inc. by R. E. auvely, Artltte 
Sign Co., Inc. r«DiMts a variance of 7 feet to a "0" 
setback for a free-staiiding sign instead of si 7 foot set- 
back as reqaired (intenwction of 24th Street and Bird- 
neik RoadV on a Parcel, Birdneck Village Area. North 
ttrdnedE Rowl tmd 24th ' Street. Lym^ven Bortnigh. 
DEFERRED AGENDA: 

1. flDeforred December 14, 1977). 

Barbara 'M Gary Pc^De reqiwste a variance of 5 feet 
to a 5 foot -<de j*M setback instead of 10 feet as re- 
quired (north property Um) 00 Lot 12, Block 28. Croatan 
Beach, Soufii Atlantic Avenue. Lynnbaven Borou^. 
ALL APPUCANT8 MUST APPEAR BEFORE THE BOARD 
W. L. Towers 
Secretary 

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NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING 
Virginia: 

The regular meeting Of the Council oi the Cify of Vir- 
ginia BMch will be held in the Council Chambers of tbe 
Administration Building. City HaU, Princess Anne SU- 
tion, Virginia Beach. Virginia on Monday, January 9, 
1978; at 1:00 P.M.. at which time ttie fbUowing appUca- 
Uoas will be heard; 



CHANGE OF ZONQK! OBTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 
LYNHHAVEN BOp)UGB: 

1. P^tini of mraon of the PlaniUm Commission of the 
City ct VirginU B^h to est^lishnn IttstcHic and Cnl- 
tunl District 00 certain pr(4;«rty located 00 ths soutti 
site oi Virginia B«ttch Bmdevard b^tel^ at a pc^ 
MO fo^ more or less East of Grovtind RokL mulw 
a «s^ <« 946.H feet along the SoM side of Vir- 
gil^ Bea(A B(wlenrd, rosnii«' a distiBee 1^.62 foet 
in a J&Mherly direction, nnning a distan(» td 162.82 
fe^ in an Eagerly directt(», runnihg a disteace of 26.24 
fMt la a Northerly directl(», rmnt^ a du>tanM of 50.68 
fe^ in a Ntnrtteasterly ^recti(^, rluli^ a distance <a 
669.3 fed in a Southeasterly (ttrectton.nmniiur a dis- 
tancw ol 1063.7 feet in a SiwttWMterly tfrectoi, ramii« 
a (finance ^ 698 feet in a Moittw^terly dtreettotnad 

ma di^nce of 1208.76 foei abmg the Western 
Uae. add parcel (»ntelas 34.643 teres. Plate 
mm mtfe ifotailed itformati<» are avalkMe lathe De- 
parted ot nundaf. (Mmoss Aaae nain-(kimland 
ParkBtfte ttvea Areas). LYNNBAVEN BOBOUGB. 
f Vomottot W. B. (^ibp, D.D. Gidliv and Wayne Sk^ 
fu- a Chamt ot Zd^ DtebM GUsttlcKkn from 
A-I ^rtm^ IMsbrii^to B-2 (^uiimtty-Msii^Us- 
trtet on iMIaitt proper^ lot^ted at M NortkwM later- 
sectton oi Om miipl^ Bwdi Bootenrd and Bir<taeck 
RomI, nw^ a di^naee oi S94.5S foM itong flw West 
tlM oi Mrtteck Road, raraing a i^Mei of 17S.M 
feM atoog Mm Nnttem K(9«ty Ikw. nnte 4 (ttstance 
of Sl»,73 fort Uttig tte We^m property &, TwuiM 
a (fi^we of lf4.84 foet ali^ the Iteth sideofOU 
^9fi^ B«Mir JWevard. and ruaafig arooad a curve 
?ifflia^&HJ&*^^»»«*«»tatB8 1.9 acres. 
LnmiAVCN KXUPGB. 

3. Pam«tt of Otvtt G. BarMs m« Charles J. Biaafor 
a Osage tf ^alng District ClaMteatfo* from R-6 
ReM^tel Mrtittl to R-8 ResMasMal IXMAAoa cn-- 
tein ^operty toeated at tte NorttWHt«iM^Mtoft«r« 
^reM and Bartertoa IMn, runatog tmium at 1M.94 

foet atoag file WMt site ^ Barbotoafirtn, ivatttt 
<fiiM*« <tf UtJI foM aloag tteifoittenwQpertyfiis. 
rMMi a m^um of 4n.9t tm al««^ 1^^^ 
prqw^ liw Md nniMg a m^M <rf III.M JM L 
m Mrth site m ft ftre^. MA pum MMIas 
Mw mwv or fots LTMIUAVBI BQ^rai. 
Kn^iVU,K BM^^i 



4. Petiti(» (tf iAssiter sad AsM^tes, In:., tw a ChSHi 
§ Zottiag mttM Cla^ifii^te from B-1 Bus^m- 
IMsidenUil UiMfA to A-1 Apartment t>istri<4 on e«tain 
fioperty b^inniig at a pMM m feet North ot the te- 
Mrseefion (tf Lewi Gnm Borievard andlHm Drive, 
ifning s ^irtance (dVn fe^ along the Western proper^ 
im, rai^ig a (ttsteKe <rf 66 foet along ^Ntt^m 
IMn^erty line, aMte s distance «€ 531.17 flMt akw 
tte Eastern ftmnrtf line, nuning a distance of lilji 
feet along tMr liorth site of Level Green Boitemrd, 
running s #iAanc« crt 150 foet more or tes insMorth- 
vesterly <Brwttco and rwn^ a distance ^ 180 fset 
Aore or Iws in a WMterly dlrtcM(»L $M pnn^l eon- 
wns 2.508 acr«i (Lei«l Green Area). KEIOeviLLE 
BQIK)UGH. 

6. Petttton (tf Ratol^m flMl^, Inc., ftur a Chave of 
aning mstrict ClssMfleitton ttom R-8 RM^Mlal DU- 
mct to 0-1 CMfice Ustrtet on ^rteu pn^m^ lo(arted 
eo file 80^ site ^ New PnnldMce Mad be^nlag 
^ a point 270 feet East oi BerM Av^iw, rvudM a dis- 
tence of 92.60 fSet atang the Som ^e of Ifew Provi- 
tence Road, runafog a (ttstanee <rf76.6Sfo^ia a SouUierly 
mrectim, naming a (ttirtaw^ td 76.80 fe^ in a Soidh- 
Wsteriy directtoo, ruaaiflg a distaace c4 109 fert in a 
Northwesterly tfrectlon, and runnl^ a dlMnce of 95 
fe^ in a Northeasterly (Urection. aild parcel coiMiins 
.33 acre. (Avalon HiUs Area). KEMPSVIUE BOROUGH. 

6. Petition of Bonney's Comer Associates, s Virginia 
General Partnership, for a Change (a Zoidng Nstrict 
Classijicatton from R-6 Residential Oirtrict to B-2 Com- 
munity-Business District 00 certefo property located 
(» tbe West site of Kempsville Road begiiming at a point 
220 feet North of Indian River Road, running a distance 
of 1642.05 feet more or less alo^ tteWMt side of 
Kempsville Road, running a dtetance of 3^ fMt more or 
less alonr the West site of Whittturst Lsadl^ Road, 
runnii« a distence of 338.05 fert in a &)atiiwesterly 
direction, running a (^stance of 114.78 feet in a Northerly 
direction, rutt)ia| a distence of 717.96 fe^ in a &>utii- 
westerly directite, runniqi a distance of 1131 feet Ina 
Southerly direction, runnl^ a distance oi 1560.69 feet 
more or less aloq; the North side of bidian River Road, 
running a dtetance of 118.71 feet to a Nortiierly direc- 
tion, ni^ng a distence of 46 feet in an Easterly direc- 
tion, running a distence of 100 feet in a Nortiierly direc- 
tion and running a distance of 199.56 feet in an Easterly 
(Hrection. Said parcel coiteins 57 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

PRINCESS ANire BOROiKW: 

7. Petition of William W. Rcftertson, Peart Inez Robert- 
aoa uai Pioneer Stor and Lok fOr « Change of Zoning 
mstrict Clas^cation from 0-1 Office District to B-2 
Qimmunity-BttSinMs Nstrict on certate^property located 
on Uie East site of HcdUnd Road b(«imiing at a potet 
730 feet more or less South of Stoneshora Road, running 
a distance of 177.68 feet along ttie East side of Holland 
Road, running a distance of 766.03 feet ina Northeasterly 
direction, nmidng a dtetence of 154.77 feet te a North- 
westerly direction and running a distance of 696.70 
feet in a Southwesterly direction. Said parcel coutains 
2.64 acres. PRINCES ANNE BOROUGH. 
CONinTlONAL USE PERMIT: 

PRINCESS AIOIE BOROUGH: 
6. AppUcatton of Pioneer Stor and Lok, s Virginia Limit- 
ed Partnership, for a CooditionSl Use Permit for mini- 
warelKNises <» certate property located on fiie East 
site of Holland Road beginning at a point 730 feet more 
or less South of Stonestore Road, running a distance of 
177.68 feet along U>e East side oi Holland Road, running 
s distance of 766.03 feet in a Northeasterly direction, 
'--'— a distance of 154.77 feet io a Northwesterly 
- u^i'Tc !?*>J''I*^ "■ <«?*»»» of 696-70 feet tea 

9^ APldication (tf Hiram L. Overstreet for a Conditional 
Uu Permit for a bulk stonge yard on certate property 
located on the North side of Landstown Road be^nnii« 
at a potet 618.35 feet East of Prtecess Anne Road, run- 
ning a distance of 74.40 feet along the North side of 
Landstown Road, running a distance (rf 1127.03 feet aloi« 
the Eastern property Une, running a distance of 74.40 
feet along the Northern property Itee and naming a 
distance of 1127.03 feet along tiie Western property line. 
Said parcel contains 1.92 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOR- 

ougC 

PUte wite more detailed informatton are avaiteble te the 

Department of Planniw. 

Richard J. Webbon 

City Clerk > 

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ORQER OF PUBUCATION 
Virginte: te the Circuit Court 
Bai^ Dec. 12, 1977 
Marilyn Jean Ricks 
Com^inant 

V. 

Otis Wayne Ricks 
Reqwodrat 

Of CHANCERY HO. C-76-1657 



Tl» object oi fills suit te for tee Platetiff to obtate 
a divorce a vinculo matrimtmU from ttie Respradent 
1900 the grounte ol a separation which has remateed 
continoous and ininterrqiited for a period of time te «t- 
cMs of one (1) year, and it appnring ttiaian Affitevit 
has boM made and filed by tee Ptetettfl teat due dUi- 
geMe has bera used to locate tee Respcmdoit te tee City 
of Vii^liila Beach, without success, and fliat your Plate- 
tiff, verily believe tint tee Respondeat, stece being legally 
served according to tbe provtelons of Section 6-51 
and Secticm 8-54, Code of Virgtete, has, tiierMfter, 
becMe a ncm-resitei^ of tee City of Virginte Beach, 
Vi^inte. having moved to Houston, Texas; and 

NottM being her^ given that a Commissioner's Hear- 
ing will be held te tills cause on January 4, 1978 at 2:30 
p.m. te the oMcoa <d Edward T. Caton, Commissioner 
in Chm^ry, 2508 Pacific Avenae,, Virgtete Beach, Vfr- 
giite It te ORDERED that the Respoadait imear and te 
what my benecMary to jattect hte Interest In fiUs suit. 

n te iSrther ORDERED timt thte Orter be puldisbed 
once A nek for two Mnsecutive weeks te tte Virginte 
Beach S^, a newqiaper taving gneral dreutetion te 
the City (d Viri^ Bnch, Vit^nte. 

VinM* i. OUvieri 

HOLLAOAY. DIMAN A OLIVIERI 

i^iifo ill, Pmitoilw F(MU> 

PeiriffQte (Moo ^u4[ 

Virgtete Bm:h, Virginte 23462 

A oem T«te: Jdn V. Fratr^s, Clerk 

By: nttt A. K^Mwhan, D.C. 



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PUBLIC NOTICE 

CouMfl Ot tee Oty Of Vfrgkte Beach, Virgtete 
' te tte €»y t^Mrfl Chaaters, C^ AdmWs- 
MM^il Cmim, Priaeew Aaae Bor- 

Baaek, mrgliM, at i pa oaHoM^. laaa- 
i» tritt teld • fa^ baariw eaeaiM^tee 
m m kilealag orttHmee imOk ptWtte tar 

motSoA Laae to fmfO Bmvoi^. Pw- 

to te teHPd to fovH> » (VpoMi to tte 

te teavd tt Ms tmOm. 




AN 0RnM^:E mofoemQ the mp^vemwamd 

PAVDIG or SPOT LANE, PUNGO OOmo&i^ggm 
BEACH. VD^MA, and ASSESSMENT TMNIB. 

BE IT (MtOAmED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF 
VteGlMA^ACH, VIRGINIA: 

That, Wal^AS, Uie City Cornell t«s b^ re«iested 
by more Mte fifty per fMtwn rf tte prtpeil* owers 
abi^ 8pnl Ltne for ttt taipwiag m paM« ol mM 
^Mi h wrvt ttitfr rmMMvc pn^rttss; MB 

wnSSEAS. it te tte M^liiM of tte m^ CiteM^ fliat 
aid straet rtmld te ta^^ed aad pa^^, sflf Mtttt» 
co^ memi te appoHAmsd betweea tte C^ and tte 
; teatewaers as j^wMed 1^ taw; ud 
^lAS, it is necMntnf for tiw usual telly aera- 
tion of ti» DeparteMirt of vme Works mi fvovteioo 
te liMtt«Hately gate inr ilia ca^tr^^lm ot mteA street, 
an «wiieocr is sM forth sad teclaral to exist. 

NDW.IraghEFOftE. 

Se^ion 1. Hie coa^nicttoo oi fpot Uae. as stewn on 
tiw put attected hereto, is teriqr ^i]p(»ed, tte cost 
thM*aof to te apitortioned betwen tte City m Vtti^ 
Beach and the atetii^ land<wneni aad assMsed apdtamt 
Mid lantewMrs pursuant to Uw. 

Section 2. Tte City Clerk te tereby authorised and 
directed to pi^lish in a Mwqiaper tevteg f«aenl dr- 
eutetion in tee City (nee a week for two consecutive 
wetics, a notice to aU of tte owners (rf property abi^tng 
said pn^osed street of tiw IntMtioo (rf tiw City oi Vir- 
ginte Beach to owstruct tee ame and to apportion tte 
cost teereof as provteed in tete ordinance, and string 
tte time and ptece wtere aid owrars may ai^ear tei- 
fore tee Council to te hard te favor of or against aid 
improvemente. The test publication of aid notice shall 
te made at last ten (10) teys tefore tte partia are 
cited to .appear. 

An emergracy existe and thte ordinance stell te ef- 
fective i9on tete of ite adoption. 

Adopted by tte Council of tee City of Virginte Bach. 
Virginte, on tte 12te tey oi Decemter, 1977. 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

tettwCterk'sOffiaofaw 

Circuit Court of tte City of 

Virginte Bach, VA, a tiw 

IStt tey of Deamter. 1977 

Brate McLeigUten Pale, 

PlainUtt, 

against 

^ephra L. Pate, 

Defadaat. 

Tte object of thte suit te 
to obtate a divorce a 
et ttero to te later m* 
iato a divinve a 
matrimoaU at tte 
time, from tte saiddefoa 
dant, iqwn tte grounte oi 
daertta a tiw part ol tte 
defendant. 

And a affitevit teving 
bea made aad filed ttettiw 
defendant te a aa-resktent 
of tee Stete (^Virginte, tiw 
last known post (rffice ate- 
rea being: e/oGeuralDe- 
Uvery, New Orlaa, Loute- 
iana it te ordered ttet he 
te mar a (HrteftMcette 
Srd^tef ^rTebritavf^^ 
and te wtet may te neca- 
sanr to protect hte interest 
tethtesatt. 

A eopy-Tcste: Jote V. Fa- 
trea 

By: Patti A. Keeahu, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
S. La Morris 
620 Citixea Trust Bldg. 
portamoutt, VA 23704 

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And a affitevit teving 
bea mate and filed ttet 
tte tefendant te a na-re- 
sidat of tiw Stete of Vir- 
ginte, tte test known post 
office addras teteg: 455 
Orchard Street, J(^8toini 
Pomsylvante, 15905 it te 
onpdbred timt ste te ^ipear 
jsa or tefore tte 1st tey ot 
./p^ruary, 1978 and te what 
:esary to protect 
Merest te thi9 suit, 
^-tate: Jote V. Fa- 

By: Patti A. Kaaha, De- 
puty, Cleric 
Karl L. Drews 
4560 Columba Lo(q> 
Virginte Bach, VA 
2S462 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATWN 

te tee Clerk's Office of tiw 

Circuit Court of Uw City 

of Virginte Bach, VA, a 

tee 14te tey of Decemter, 

1977 Edward Joseph Pank- 

owski. 

Plaintiff, 

agaiat 

aete Marie Flya 

Pankow^, 

Defadat. 

The aject of this suit te 
to obtete a (fivorce a vin- 
culo matrtmonii from tee 
said tefendant, qxm tte 
grounte of s^ratia for 
more tten one yar. 



And and affitevit teving 
bea niMle and filed ttet tte 
tefendant te a na-raidtent 
of tiw Stete of Virgtete, tte 
last known post oma add- 
ras teing: 3695Mateviste 
Clewtend Heigfate. Ohio. 
^Jg.jjrteired ttiat 
appear a or tefore 
tee ted tey of Pebraury, 
lir78, and te wtet may te 
naessary to protect her 
teterat te this suit. 
A dapf-ttsto: Jote V. Fa- 
tiras 

By: l^tti A. Keatiwn, De- 
prty, Cterk 
Jtrim W. Dracter 
101 Norte Lynateva Ro«i 
P.O. Box 2127 
Virglitfa Bach. VA 23452 

VTO-12^1.12/28.1/4, 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
rrri la tte Oerk's Offia (tf tiw 
Circuit Court of tiw City 
of Virginte Bach, VA, a 
tte 9tt tey of Deamter, 
1977. 

Rotert Wayne Call. 
Plaintiff, 
agaiat 

Vicky Lya (Ragan) 
Call, 
Defendant. 

Tte aject of this suit 
is to obtain a (fivorce a 
vineuto matrimonUfnmitte 
said defendant, iqia tiw 
grounte of ae year's a- 
paratia. 

And a affitevit teving 
bea nude and fUed ttet 
tte defendant te a na-re- 
sidat of tiw State of Vir- 
ginte, tte last known post 
offia address teing: P.O. 
Box 30, Whitdioua, Teza 
75791 it te ordered ttat 
ste te qipear a or before 
tte SOtt tey of Janary, 
1976 uid te wtet may te 
necessary to protat her te- 
terest te this suit. 
A coiqr-Teste: Jote V. 
Fatrea 

By: Patti A. Keeiwha, De- 
puty, Clerk 
Carl M. Hall 

1107 First A Merahaate 
Baak Bldg. 
Norfolk. VA 23510 

VBS-12/21,12/28,1/4, 
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te tte C^fc's Offia of tiw 
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tetiw Clerk's (Mfia of tte 

Circuit C(Nirt fd tiw City of 

Virgtete Bach. VA, a tiw 

12te tey of Decendwr, 1977 

Thomu AUa Wolff, 

Plaintiff. 

agaiast 

Maria Young WoUf , 

Defoadairt. 

tte obd^t of this ait te 
to Maia a (ttvm'a a vte- 
cido gatriaotii frm tte 
said dtf eadi^ upa tte 
gronate of om yar sqiar- 
atia. 

Aad a affktevf t tevteg 
bea mute aad AM timttte 
d^atent te a na-rai(foBl 
of tte Stete of Viigbria. 
tte test haMapostolBa 
addras being: c/o Mr. A 
Itos. Jama T. Ma, Sli 
W. Hatoa, Etteaatai. 
Was^fta, 9Nii it te a- 
dered Itet tee te appea- a 
a haaesn flw M tey tf 
Psbnary, 1976 aad te iftiA 
aiay te a^isaary to pss- 
tort ha ^HPMttettteaatt. 
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G. B^cr Collus (center), extcuttve dtreetor ol BajrsiA 
Bo^tol in Vtf^iaU BeaelL. uA m wife, J«ii, tea^t 
ew^nldatlons from David A. Joa^ (second fron left), 
ete^M»,jbd cUef eiecuUve omcer of Humana Inc., ttie 
h^bd ctwpuiy that (grates the hospital. Mr. Collins 
vas fefltof ten!^«d at % eom^J awards dinner in LomIs- 
viUe, 1^., ter Mtstaattng work as an administrator. JUso 
{rictured are Wendell Cherry (left), president and chief 
aerating officer of HumtM, ami Carl F. Pollard, eze<»- 
ttve vice president of the com^my ai^ presidaot of the 
^^tel IHirisi«i. 



For a» 1MHH|> >te' 
history, the WpPCom- 
munity ColI«te system, 
comprised of 23 individual 
coUefll^vUl offer a col- 
lege cSttw statewide via 
television 



"Art America", ajt bis- 
torioal survey of 1h» visual 
arts tttm'mimmiMu% to 

the presCiit, will begin in 
mid- January. The 20 half- 
hour weekly programs will 
be aired on Virginian's five 
educational televlftlw «ta - 
tions and on WHRO'-TV in 
Norfolk. 



WHRO-TV NortoUt wiU 
cover ttn series ^rtteg 
Jttury 17, Tttes«hy, < p.m. 
and r^fMt «Teryl^«HRg 
TInrsday, 8 p.m., CMtt#Jtn: 
11 in Vlri^a Beach. 



The primary tocus of Art 
Am^ea wlU be oo piiirtlw 
and scdptare, wltb tmU- 
mental material dealing with 
arcUtectare and |itoto- 
graphy. Tt» seriM emptia- 



teRM of a' 
tati(» of factu. 

To registei 
ther informal 
course, call 
S23-3S47. The i 
the e<HniMmity 
course is I^.SOtoi 
reafateflts. 



The teleoits riM be 
aifUMted by a iwlAook 
aoi tnlbott, awl il in -^ 
stfnctor 1^ teg afblabW 
to iMWldf j^iet^ttUfed as- 
sistance t>y tttipMM when 
and if Med«d. 



Hobos win 



"Ttti Boys CIA oi 

Way Agency, held a H^w 
Day oa Dec. 3. tH best- 
dreued hobo in tlM^i and 
under category wM Ross 
UacDonald. The eleven and 
over winner was imf lUed- 
bala. Winners rectfved a 
free ticket to "Star Wars." 



ngnpher's Mate Stwai CUm (AGS) Lee Portfter (1) 
V. Naval Weather Service fcnvlroMBenlal Detechment 
(NWSED), Naval Air Station Oceana, explains weather fore- 
caatii« equipment to senior filttiew from SMtack Community 
Center wto recently toured the fhcUity. The roup visits 
Tidewater points of interest once-a-week. 



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Tte Virginia BMchCaihpus 
Of Tidewater Community Col- 
lege CMtlttues to provide an 
educattoitejl qvorttoUty for 
^os^ who work with tl» hear- 
ing dis4bled. 



T^ popOu: 6^^ Ira^age 
courses will be offered dor- 
iflf tt» winter lyiart^r at the 
be^nnlng ami interffi#diate 
levels. These courses are 
pirt of the collet's Com- 



mmiity ^catioo]HH)gramand 
have b^i ea^MiiaaiicaUyre- 
ceived' 

For ftirth9r ioformatioo 
call the Office of Continuini 
Edw»Uon at 427-3070. 



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Vepco expects to have ade- 
quate pssuppU^ for its Tidewater 
customers thiswihtei-becau^— 
_^ 30 cuj^rnei^ areqo- 
operating with ri^ue^lM- 
gas conservation, 
(2) unlike last winter, the 
weather in the fiiBt part of 
this heating sea^Mi nas 
been moderate/ and 
(3)^ suppli^ available to 

Vepco have improved 
Vepco has done a great deal 
during the past year to ircrease the 
availaKlity of gas this winter. How- 
ever, additional volraies of natural 
gasfromlesscostlyinterstatepipeline 
sources are limited. Therrfore, the 
extra winter gas h^ been provided 
by stOTng summer gas volun^s and 
by purchisii^ suppiemenfaJ volun^s 
in me fomi of UqmSed mteal ga^ 
propane and substitute ratural gas. 



The natural gas that Vepco buys 
frmi its pipeline supplieiB has con- 
tinued to go up in price, ^d the extra 
wiiitepK pHti^idi^iup^ 
tiiese suppUes is oorisMeraWy more 
expensive than pipeline natiial gas. 
&)nte oom^ from foreign suppliet^- 
tiiMS only on^ with gas to spne. 

wmrmimam&smmimn 

Becai^ rfthese increa^ 
costs, the Purchased Gas Adjustment 
onyourbillisconsideratrfyli^ier • 
tlm it was last year. 

TTie inaeases aredue entirely to 
tiie higher price df the gas. All of this 
money is i^ssed on to me supdiea^ 
of ttiis gas— wittoirt pK^ to Vfepca 

Because of these mcreased costs, 
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sornid cxHBervaticm this winter The 
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EVOMMBT 

•Set thermostat at 68.° Turn it down 
5° or HP at night 
•Wear warm clotlwg. 
•Keep doors and windows shut 
•Don't waste hot water. 
•'&ke quidc shov^B in^^d rf tti) T 
teths. 

•Do <Mily ftill lc»(tein w^her dr^ 
dishw^te:. • 

•Use cold water detei^irts \\tei 

fou<an. 
lie 0w^ed, flai-b^ttWE^ ^^fe 



'Cook v^etaWes with ^little w^er 

aspc^Me. 

»Use a pre^ure oooka* if avalable. 

Gismimmmm: 

•Instil imalation and stiffni win- 
Aws— even de^ fdastw: over 

win^v^ 

•Caidk (kafty a^i&and aevi<^s. 

'tastelli^atte^ipng around 

ckwrs. 

•Keep ftttuwe filter dem 




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Social Secuniy 
office 



4 IW# fcll-tlaw socW security offlc* wflli ^ tstabllated 

Mifi$ ttortcl Coi«r^f man, BUI WUtttartt rtceltrf 
*j^« <rf tt« fecislcM to establish the new ^c« ia"k 
■■wi Dob L Wortman, tctlBf conmissiMer ot tti &wi»i 
tienrtty Ataioistntim. Wortmao irtatcd that ttM opMri^r 
dl^ wIHjM^ (a the oCflce wUl d^end m the omiMM> 
of c^liid ^«e antuteoMts. 

fnMttly, Reach nasideiits must travel to Ni^oUc to 
file BOcUl security applications and to receive assistance 
la rasQlviiif their social security problems. 

in » statement. Whiteliurst said: "I am gratitted by the 
<ta«is|oo to establish a social security office In VirKiaU 
BetcR. This office will alleviate a major hardship for the 
npldly frowiof numtwr of senior citlsens in Virginia 
3wch, many <rf whom ma^ aow travel W rnUes, round 
trj^, to vistt tbs Nerftrik ^clal StMrtty office. The rapid 
pclalatlai growth in Viiflnia B^eh has made tiie es^ab- 
Umaent at a social security offtfet essentld to insure that 
M^w eitis«ii of the are* rac«lTe the service they need 
«Ml<ieswve." 



^ach Sporis Club honors Beach atMai 



Virginia Bwch Sports C*(Mw»onced three award 
wMws to be presented at Melr ^tb annual Jamteree, 

The Dr, L. Curtis Hall Jr. Mertorial Award to the sc^- 
lar-itfcWt <rf tte year irill be awarded to a twale lor ti» 
first time 1m tto plub's history. She' 4s Elisabeth Atue 
Lake ot B-side Hi|sh Sctool. 

Misa take is a senior with »d "A" average schoUsticly 
wl^ f^s 13th in her class. This will be her fourth year 
at a ammber of the girb bisketiAll team and her fbM 
year oit the ho^ey team, which won tte District Otm^oa- 
shlplnlWS. \ 

Her main forte, however, is tennis. ILastyear her 8-2 
record on tte girls tennis t^hi was tte best in the city. 
She also played on the Jr. Whitemaa Ciq> T^m. She reached 
the seml-floals of the Vlrgiiiia Beach Junior tournament 
and w(m the Virginia Bead) City Junior doubles Cbampion"- 
ship. She has won many Janior Championships here and in 
the Tijlewater areas. 

Beth is also an acc(m)plished artist and is active in many 



The club b bjfu.i. Bi^ani oi DiiKiors A*nnl will go tn 

.Mrs *" <-^ FiVIHli. i Udflf .1 PlMi(\ ;,•.," iUi*- i^L.. 

ScuUOl, for n^i uutsUiuilUg COiitiiuunOU to wc tu>ii(«iaucc 

of women's athletics. Mrs. French has been a teacher, 
sponsor, and coach for 21 years at Princess Anne High 
School. She has served as chairman of the girls health 
& Physical Education Department for the past Hyears. 
During her 21 years at Princess Anne Mrs. French has 
coached the gymnastic team, the hockey team, and various 
sports in the intrmural program. She has also sponsored 
the Varsity Cheerleaders for the past 14 years. 

Mrs. French, who holds an M.A. from ODU, is a member 
of tte' Virginia Education Association the American As- 
sociation for Health, Physical Education and Recreation, 
the Virginia Coaches Association and the Delta Kappa Gam- 
ma Education Society. 

The third winner announced by the club, was the selec- 
tion of Wa% Browne of Kellam High School as the Virginia 



B«ich Uik Sch«>l Senior uiienstve « omiwii 
ymt. Browne « 6-4 247 pound tackU. uwrooly^y^W^ 
tensive tackle, Jft also played defense and was th«»Mflper 
on punts, field goals and trys for extra points. 

In one ^me la which Kellam was behind at halftiiw 
Coach Co<*e switched him to tte tackfleW tor IdoclttK 
purposes and the team scored two touchdowns tor a come 
from behind win. WaUy Is being actively recruited by ACC, 
SEC and Big Ten Teams. ' 

Still to be aanoiinced are the club's selectiM <rf tte 
Senior Defensive Player of the ywr, the Virginia Beach 
High School Coach of the year and the Athlete of the f&ur 
from the Virginia Beach area. 

All awards will be presented at the 25th Annual Jamboree, 
Monday, Jan. 30th at the Mariner Motel. 

The Club previously announced Carol Belcher of Cox 
High School as the female athlete of the year and Tom Rozan- 
tz of William and Mary as the Vii^inia College Football 
Player of the year. 




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serving thB world's largest resort city 

/cC#Tll^ll V Two Sections IScAnts 

Published Wednesday December 28, 1977 



thrtstmas decorations 



prizes 



The grand prize winner 
It the 1977 Christmas 
l^rvay Decoratii« Con- 
iNt of Laurel Cwe sab&- 
lision wttit to the femily 
of Mr. nd M». Philip 
Thfem, 2260 Trant Lake 
Drive. 

Mrs. TUem was awarded 
In engraved pevrter Jefler- 
ion cq^tqrMrs. JaySchumm, 
^^iMindgesfrQiaLan- 
nlCvve Garden Clidr. 
I lie prize winning wreath 
^was of many varied pine 
COM*, ^ckM ^ Qapql^ 

sm^I red bet*. The sor-r 
roiAttsg i^ne gre^iei? swag- 
was farterspersed with pliK' 
coMs and small red rib- 
bon bows. The TUeiB fam- 
ily «aj(qrs camiring and in 
th^ travels, the family ga- 
ther the materials tor the 
dowtray in which to make 



their wreath, according to 
Mrs. Thiem. 

In the wmth category the 
first ptace wimers were Mr. 
and Mrs. Denies Shewchuk 
of 1320 Yawl Point for their 
straw wreath and surround- 
ing swag featuring pink plaid 
ribbons. 

Second place winner w«it 
to the home of Mr. and 
M». Dennis ^me ot 2217 
Trant Lake Drive. Third 
place wUneo-s wer« Mr. and 
Mrs. Aq^ustus Scott Jr. of 
fZ57,LanreI Cove Driv*. 
■ ;. j»".:iwi?fljWiMBJAflnfiwy • 
(otter thtif I irreifli). tte 
fint i^ze was won by Mr. 
and Mrs. James Kelly of 
2436 Laurel Cove I^ive, for 
a beaotlful fan of greenery 
alMl ChrijMts balls. %eond 
prize was given to Mr. and 
Mrs. Richard Woodmfl of 
1308 Martine Courtandthird 



prize to Mr. and Mrs. Lois 
Paulson of 1305 Whisper 
Drive. 

The category of Best Use 
of Nataral Materials grew 
in the number of partici- 
pants this year and thejudg^ 
ii« was difficult. First prize 
was awarded to Mr. and Mrs. 
William Wright of 1324 WU- 
lowwood Drive. The 
Writ's doorway showed the 
use of greenery and candy 
canes. 

Secwjd prize was awarded 
to Mr. and Mrs Allan l.e- 
(mm M fan ttitrfilie 
Court. The thitti prize win- 
ner was the hom^ of LiMa 
Smith of 2237 Laurel Cove 
Drive. 

Over three quarters of 
the boAes in ikurel Cove 
participated in this fourth 
aumial Christmas Doorway 
Decorating Contest. 



Library offers cliiid care course 



Hw Great Neck Brai»b 
of the Vliiinia Beach Public 
Lfl^rary and the Coc^rative 
Eiteuton Services 4-H will 
IM«MBt a chUd care (»arse 
for ywfflg people ages 13 
and tq> at the library begin- 
^«Jan. 3. 

Hw Mwrse has been 
United to 15 youi« people 
and pre-r^ristratiim is re- 
quired beginaiag immediato- 
ly and iq> until the course 
begias. 

tbe elaues vUl be h^ 
ftv four Tuesdays trun 4 
p.m. SBfil 5:30 p.m. The 
elannes will be held oo Jan. 
i, n, 17 and 24. 

Tte oonrse is designed to 
bdp tewis in 1^ aq>ects oi 
ourtsg for iofu^ vid chll- 

dTM. 

Registratiao canbeikxMat 
at IflMrary wUeh is located 



at 1251 Bayne Drive tat the 
ffiUtop area of VirglnU 
Bench. 
For further informatioB 



eoBtad Debbie Carter with 
tte Ubrery •( 481-6094 or 
Judy JaeksoB with 4-H at 
427-4iU. 



Student named 
to "Wiio's Wiio" 



Cadet Robert J. Rockefeller, of Virginia Beach, is one 
of U sentors at the Virginia Military Institute who have 
been turned to "Who's Who Among ^udoits in American 
Universities and CoUeges." 

Rockefeller, a dean's list civU engineering major, is 
U^Mifcally distinguished at VMI where lie is a business 
manager of the VMI Tteatre. He also has received numerals 
awnrds for his military achievements at VMI. 

He is the scm <tf Mr. and Mrs. Rob«rt Rockefeller, of 
GarrisM Place, and ms grwtaated from Floyd E. Kellam 
Higk <khool before entnriag nO. 



Employees receive 
service awards 

Yeoman Second Class (YN2) Demiis Siemen, volunteer 
worker fbr the Virginia Beach Navy Federal Credit Union, 
Naval Air Station (NA^ Oceana, was chosen Tidewater 
Chapter of Credit Unions 1977 "Worker of the Year" from 
among eight candidates. The chapter is comprised of 74 
Tidewater area credit unions. 

Announcement of the award winner and plaque presenta - 
tion by Nathaniel Beaman, Award Committee Chairman, came 
daring the amiual International Credit Union Day dinner held 
recently at the Mariner Hotel, Virginia Beach. 

A yeoman for the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance 
I^iartmait (AIMD), Denny sr^aidzed a Youth Involvement 
Couicfl «ht(^ abas ^t ^rOiaoting the credit maon con- 
cept among tti yonager employees at NAS Oceana. 

As Ctairman of the Tideyater Chapter's Youth In- 
volvement Council, he has increased the participation of 
credit unions in the group to 16. Under his leadership, 
they have gained recogniti(» on both the state and national 
level. At this year's Virginia State Youth Meeting, they 
had the largest representation. 

The Youth Involvement Council sponsored a credit union 
baseball night at Met Part, selling over 1,400 tickets. 
A group project to keep local youth Informed about financial 
matters provided a total of 5S "money management" kits 
to area public schools. In addition to his youth activities, 
Denny is an active member of five Tidewater Chapter com- 
mittees. 

The 24-year-old' Aitkin, Minnesota native adds the "1977 
Credit Union Worker of the Year" title to another garner- 
ed earlier this year when he was chosen the Naval Air 
Station Oceana "Sailor of the Year." 

Acc^tii^ the award, YN2 Siemers thanked the Virginia 
Beach Navy Federal Credit Union, th« Chapter and espec- 
ially his wife, Nancy, because "she shares my interest in 
inromoting the credit union among younger members." 



Navy wives 
meet 

Tte monthly business 
meeting of Navy Wives Clubs 
of America, Dam Neck #207 
enlisted wives wiU be held 
at tte Dam Neck Special 
Services Building, 2nd 
flofn*, at 7 p.m. on Thurs- 
day, Jan. 5. 

Ail enlisted wives in the 
area are invited to attoid. 
For fhrOer information call 
Fran &nchez. President, 
425-8467. 







YN2 Denny Siemers proudly <ttspUys the "1977 Worker of 
^the Year' plaque awarded to, htai by ttie Tidewater Chap- 
'ter ot Credit Unions. Pteto by Jackie O'Couwr. 



Bawdy "Tom Jones" opens 
at dinnei^ theatre 



Beech science fiction 
writer will edit paperbacks 



Fnuft K^y Frees, America's most renowMdaadhoaored 
leleMt fiction iUustrato-, tes siped wtth ftm DoiM« 
O^uqr/PabUdMrs to edit, tesip wd Ulnst